Tools & Tips

Musings of a Reference Librarian…

The library has many arts databases that are easily searched by theme or subject, and yet they are often only used by our arts students and faculty. In reality, most of us crave engagement with music, theater, film, and art that resonates with us in ways that data analysis and scholarly discourse do not. Read on to discover how the Digital Theatre+ database can benefit you, no matter your research queries.

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Staying Calm During Finals

Finals can be a stressful time for many of us. Fortunately, the library offers a breadth of wellness resources for those much-needed breaks between examinations and term papers. Read on to discover how the library can help you manage stress and remain calm throughout these final study sessions.

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JSTOR Updates and Primary Sources

JSTOR (Journal Storage) is an academic resource that aggregates over 12 million journal articles, books, and primary sources. With a large scope of 75 disciplines, this resource is an invaluable tool for research. Recently, JSTOR has worked diligently on projects and updates to their primary sources collections. Check out more information about these here!

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