Resources and Collections

Traveling Abroad During Winter or Spring Break? Get ready with Mango Languages!

Use Mango Languages to sharpen your skills in another language!  Mango Languages is a completely web-based language-learning system that focuses on conversation skills. Two courses are offered: Basic--helps you learn basic words and phrases, and Complete--to help you move beyond basic language skills. Learn on the go via the free mobile app!

Cultural specialty courses are included, like Medical Spanish

You can even learn ‘Pirate'   !

Comic-athon, Wednesday December 3rd, 8 am-5 pm

Comic-athon
Wednesday December 3

The library will host an 8 hour graphic novel drawing session on the main floor. Just inside the library, students from an art department graphic novel class and students from an art education methods course will be drawing comics 8AM until 5 PM.

Anyone is welcome to join in the drawing.

Drawing materials are not provided but Zines are free!

Read some great comics, browse the library's comic and graphic novel collection and take home a Zine! See you there!

 

International Education Week -- Look for display of library resources

The Library will participate in International Education Week with a display of its resources for international travelers and researchers.  Starting Monday, check out our resources on display in the center of the first floor (straight ahead as you come into the Library).  IEW 2014 is November 17-21.

 

Hear a Veteran’s Experience

In honor of Veteran’s Day, you can hear about the experiences of military personnel first-hand through oral history interviews in Belk Library’s Digital Collections.  Students in Dr.

UCO 1200 and ENG 1000 visit Special Collections

Sections of First-Year Seminar (UCO 1200) and Expository Writing (ENG 1000) visited Special Collections recently to use our collections and expertise for course assignments. 

CQ Researcher report just released -- "Campus Sexual Assault"

Our database CQ Researcher is often a good place to start looking at a topic.  Each report contains charts, graphs, sidebar articles, a pro-con feature, chronology, lengthy bibliographies, and a list of contacts.  They address "hot" topics.

This week's report is "Campus Sexual Assault," by Barbara Mantel.

Scopus -- Trial Access through 11/20. Try it out.

The Library offers on-campus access to Scopus through November 20.  Scopus is an Elsevier product (like Science Direct), which can be used to find articles on your topic, articles that cite an article you've already found, and articles that cite you or an author you're interested in.  It is especially strong in the sciences, health sciences, and social sciences.  (I say articles, but Scopus has also added records for 75,000 books recently.)  The "Cited by" and citation analysis functions are similar to what is offered i

New Journal Access -- Journal of American College Health

We now have full access to current issues of the Journal of American College Health.

We also recently gotten JAMA Internal Medicine.

The Library has access to many health sciences journals.  See, for example, this guide for links to:

Get It Done @ the Library!

Study Space

  • Quiet study on 3rd floor with individual study desks
  • Group study rooms w/ collaborative technology tools
  • Study tables on 1st and 2nd floors

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