E-Resources for You!

October 27th, 2009

Wow, it’s the middle of the semester already, half-way through to Finals! Just in case you have missed our new resources in the library, check-out the IUE LibGuides. We’ve created course and subject guides to help direct your research and help you find the scholarly resources important for your work. The guides pull together Campus Library resources and valid websites to expand your learning. Find tutorials, organizations, and tools to help you be a “Smartie”.   A course LibGuide is a one-stop shop for library information access and relevant resources for your course research needs.   Librarians identify resources to help, you, the student succeed. Smart students use IUE LibGuides .

Good News, link to IU with your mobile, smartphone, or i-phone.  Use m.iu.edu on your mobile device. Search IU Libraries, Knowledge Base, and IUScholarWorks.  Receive IT Alerts and Campus Alerts, find emergency numbers for your campus. Find news, classifieds, and Oncourse updates.  IU Mobile provides brief quick facts from your phone. Smart people use IU Mobile.

We have new databases this semester to help in your research needs: Oxford Art and Oxford Premium Reference Online.  Also, look for a librarian in your Oncourse classes through the new Librarian roles.  Another research tool  available for a trial-year is EBSCO’s Research Starters: SociologyGrove’s Music Online, a music reference  e-resource and  Naxos, a recorded music site is available for music students and others. The School of Humanities and Social Sciences co-sponsors Grove’s Music Online. Be Smart use library resources.