Monthly Archives: November 2010

24/7 Assistance With Lexis-Nexis Database

Welcome news for faculty users: LexisNexis has extended its 24 X 7 telephone support service to faculty. The service has been available to librarians for many years. Far more than a tech support center, the LexisNexis Customer Support team includes … Continue reading

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Local History On Demand

Did you know you can listen and watch interviews with Eleanor Roosevelt? Or watch Robert F. Kennedy give a speech in Muncie, Indiana? Looking for artifacts or letters from important figures in American history such as Abraham Lincoln, Eugene Debs, … Continue reading

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Don’t Let DOIs Leave You DOA

With the publication of the sixth edition of the American Psychological Association’s Publication Manual, authors are required, if possible, to include a DOI with each journal article citation in their lists of references.  This chanage has prompted a series of … Continue reading

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