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Introduction to electronic library resources

Welcome to the new blog series “Introduction to Electronic Resources”.

In this series we will investigate how to use electronic resources to discover, locate and use needed and wanted information for our study. 161 more words

Information Skills

Changes to ScienceDirect and Scopus

Over the weekend, there were some changes to the interfaces of both ScienceDirect and Scopus. For ScienceDirect, the updates have included changes to My Alerts and a recommended articles update option with multiple download capabilities, among others. 83 more words

Electronic Databases

Millions of archived historical images uploaded to Flickr

Dive into the Internet Archive Book Images collection

Searching for images online for a project? How would 19 petabytes’ worth of historical data in pictures help? 296 more words

Head of Collection Development & Digital Resources, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, NE

The McGoogan Library of Medicine, University of Nebraska Medical Center has an exciting opportunity for someone interested in an electronic-intensive environment. The Head of Collection Development and Digital Resources will provide leadership and vision for the Collection Development department. 81 more words

Academic

Changes to the PACER docket system

The Federal government docket system PACER recently removed access to case archives of five courts. This blog post from the UNC Law Library helps people understand the process for obtaining removed information formerly available on PACER.

Access to Stella Search Restored 07/09/14

We are happy to confirm that access to Stella Search has been restored – apologies for any inconvenience.

Electronic Resources