Monday, June 21, 2010

How to Check Out Libraries -from US News and World Report

For students in college, the library can become a home away from home. U.S. News and World Report gives tips on what prospective students should look for in the library when choosing a college. Read the article at

Thursday, June 17, 2010

Images.MD replaced by SpringerImages

Images.MD, the online medical images database, is now SpringerImages! Check it out!

Thursday, June 03, 2010

New Books, CDs, DVDs from May 2010

New Books, CDs, DVDs from May 2010

Here's a sampling of some of the new books, films, and CDs
that have arrived at Hunter Library in May 2010.

Please browse the full list.

Rosalind Reisner,
Read on-- life stories: reading lists for every taste
Santa Barbara, Calif: Libraries Unlimited/ABC-CLIO, c2009
WCU New Books CT25.R45 2009

Robert Albritton,
Let them eat junk: how capitalism creates hunger and obesity
Pluto Press; New York
WCU New Books HD9000.5.A39 2009

Matt Woolman,
Type in motion 2
London: Thames & Hudson, 2005
WCU General Z246.W6625 2005

Jarvis B. Hadley and Arthur E. Nelson
Geologic map of the Knoxville quadrangle; North Carolina,
Tennessee, and South Carolina. Scale 1:250,000
Washington, D.C.: U.S. Geological Survey, 1971
WCU MAPS G 3701.C5 svar.U52 I-654

Kimberly Monaghan,
Organic crafts: 75 Earth-friendly art activities
Chicago, Ill.:Chicago Review Press, c2007
WCU CMC Children’s TT160 M554 2007

Mean streets [videorecording]
Taplin-Perry-Scorsese Productions
Burbank, Calif: distributor, Warner Home Video, 2004

The only classic country collection you'll ever need [sound recording]
Los Angeles, CA: Shout! Factory, p2010

Wednesday, June 02, 2010

Three New Historical Newspapers Available Online!

Hunter Library is pleased to announce that in addition to the Historical New York Times, we have added 3 other historical newspapers to our online collection: the Washington Post (1877-1992), Los Angeles Times (1881-1986), and Chicago Tribune (1849-1986). These three newspapers provide important regional coverage and are reputable primary sources for history students and other researchers. You can find them in our database list under Proquest Historical Newspapers.