Monthly Archives: September 2010

A Search Engine That Specializes in Science

A few weeks ago (7/13) the “LTL” Blog presented information on BioMedSearch.com, a free biomedical search site. Another free search engine that Rice Library users may be interested in trying is Scirus, which is devoted to scientific information, including health, … Continue reading

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How Do I…?

Have you ever found yourself in Rice Library or on the library’s web page wondering “How do I…?” or “Where are…?” one thing or another?   A newly-revised link on our web site may be just what you need.  From the menu across the top of … Continue reading

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Rice Library — Come Early, Stay Late

With the beginning of the Fall 2010 Semester, Rice Library has changed its hours to accommodate the early birds. The library now opens Monday-Friday at 7:00 a.m. It continues to be open until midnight Sunday-Thursday to accommodate the night owls, … Continue reading

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