Monthly Archives: September 2011

JSTOR Announces Free Access to Early Journal Content

Earlier this month, JSTOR announced that it was making a significant portion of its journal content freely available to anyone, anywhere in the world.  This material, known as the Early Journal Content, will include journals published in the United States prior … Continue reading

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Steamboat Bicentennial

200th Anniversary of the First Steamboat down the Ohio River               This fall marks the bicentennial of the first steamboat, the New Orleans, to travel down the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers. Nicholas Roosevelt and … Continue reading

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Sporting some winning resources!

Fall is nearly here, and that means football! High school, college, pro – wherever your loyalties lie, Rice Library can help you locate some hard-hitting resources         showcasing the game on the gridiron. Here are just a handful of sources about football available … Continue reading

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Hurrican Irene- In Pictures

The Boston Globe’s excellent blog, The Big Picture, highlights high-quality, amazing imagery, with a focus on current events. Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday the blog is updated with collections of photographs from some of the world’s most important news sources including the … Continue reading

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