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With the midpoint of the semester approaching soon, students are typically working on research papers and other assignments that involve library resources. Please feel free to refer your students to me for assistance in finding, using, or accessing library resources. … Continue reading
Zotero: Tuesday, October 6 from 11:00-12:00. Location: Online The library is offering another free workshop on Zotero, a Firefox plugin that makes it easy to save citations and automatically create bibliographies in Word. It’s like having EndNote running inside your … Continue reading
On September 9th, the University Library is offering a free EndNote workshop. EndNote is a software program that helps you store, organize and format citations. GSU users can download a free copy here. In this session you will learn the … Continue reading
Check out these tools you may find useful in accessing library resources or aggregating your blog feeds! LibX is a browser plugin that adds a toolbar, links and search features to give you easy access to GSU Library resources. Google … Continue reading
Springer launched SpringerImages, a collection of 1.6 million scientific, technological, and medical images including photos, tables and figures, charts, graphs, histograms, and other illustrations. It includes images from Springer publications and a small but growing collection of open access images. … Continue reading
On December 3, the Derwent World Patents Index® (DWPI) database registered its millionth patent in 2008. The patent application is from ZTE Corporation, a Chinese company located in the Guangdong province in South China, and describes an improved cell phone … Continue reading