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Monthly Archives: March 2012

EBSCOhost Databases Down (27th March)

EBSCO Publishing is reporting temporary service interruptions for EBSCOhost databases, which includes the following resources.  Additional information will be provided as it becomes available. Social work abstracts Historical abstracts America: history and life Music index Left index PsycINFO Education abstracts Ebscohost eBook Collection GreenFILE PsycArticles Communication and Mass Media Complete Business Source Complete Medline Health […]

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Need help looking for a book? Map it!

The Wayne State Library System recently launched a library mapping application, designed to map all materials held in the Undergraduate Library, Science and Engineering Library and the Purdy/Kresge Library. The system works within the catalog to show the location of materials, as well as provides some simple web forms for “How do I find?” reference […]

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Let us get your books from the shelf for you. Try the “Get it!” button!

This video will show you how to “Get it!” http://youtu.be/-wsF-ma0e_o

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March 21 – Arts in the Atrium & Opening Reception of Binding Wounds

You are invited to the OPENING RECEPTION for National Library of Medicine’s Traveling Exhibit and WSU School of Medicine and Shiffman Library Spring 2012 Arts in the Atrium event. Binding Wounds Pushing Boundaries: CIVIL WAR MEDICINE & AFRICAN AMERICANS looks at the men and women who served as surgeons and nurses during the American Civil […]

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Find an article in the databases that is available to you as a Wayne State student

Need help finding an article? This short video will show you how to find whatever you’re looking for! http://youtu.be/uGiYnb5tRrk

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Do you know how to use keywords to search?

Check out this video for tips and tricks to find the perfect article or book. http://youtu.be/yoAWC9KgpOM

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Looking for links to websites, databases and other tips and tricks to find articles in your subject area?

Use the LibGuides, guides that contain listings of recommended resources for finding information, such as databases, journals, books, web pages and other useful resources most relevant to your area of study. Watch this short video to get started: http://youtu.be/4x2O8bTF9c4

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Stop by the UGL in March to take in the newest exhibit for Women’s History Month

Stop by the UGL atrium during the entire month of March to check out our newest exhibit celebrating Women’s History Month. The interactive display focuses on Wayne State University’s long history of educating and empowering women in the campus community, with photos and information about historical Women of Wayne from medical, law, business and social […]

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