Tuesday, February 20, 2007

More New Resources to Try

**** Trial extended until April 10th ****

Hunter Library is providing trial access to a new database from CSA - CSA Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts. Please try this database and send your feedback to newsome@email.wcu.edu.

Tuesday, February 06, 2007

New Resources to Try in February

We are offering access to two electronic resources in February. Please try them and send us your feedback to Nancy Newsome.

Nature Methods
Nature Methods journal presents rigorously peer-reviewed articles and brief communications, describing the development of novel methods and significant improvements to tried-and-tested techniques.

Free to all users during the month of February.

Sage Journals Online
Sage Publications is offering free online access to their journals for the month of February to celebrate a recently completed backfile project. Coverage includes, business, humanities, social sciences, science, technology and medicine.

Free online access during the month of February.

Friday, February 02, 2007

New Resource: Chronicle of Higher Education Online

Online, The Chronicle is published every weekday and is the top destination for news, advice, and jobs for people in academe. The Chronicle's Web site features the complete contents of the latest issue; daily news and advice columns; thousands of current job listings; articles published since September 1989; vibrant discussion forums; and career-building tools such as an online CV's, salary databases, and more.

More Issues of the Cherokee Phoenix Available on Library Web Site

Hunter Library’s Special Collections and Cataloging units have added several months’ issues to The Cherokee Phoenix section of the Library web site. The latest transcriptions are from May to September 1830, the year that Congress passed the Indian Removal Act; and they are rich in details from the Jacksonian Era. Themes include U.S. House and Senate debates over Cherokee removal, gold mining on Cherokee territory, boundary disputes between the Cherokee and Creek tribes, and much more.

You can browse The Cherokee Phoenix by chronology at http://library.wcu.edu/CherokeePhoenix/. To facilitate your searches are subject headings indicative of entry content. The University of Georgia has digital images of these pages.