The Library’s subscription to Project Muse provides online full text access to ~400 humanities and social sciences journals published by ~100 university presses and scholarly societies. Many new titles have recently been added, read on to find out what they are! Continue reading
The Library forgave a total of $260.00 in overdue fines in exchange for food donations to the Student Food Bank.
Thank you very much to everyone who participated in this semester’s Amnesty Days. The next Amnesty Days is tentatively scheduled for November.
Help out your fellow students and save some $$$…
On Tuesday, March 24th and Wednesday, March 25th, 2009, the Library will take up to $5.00 off your fines with a donation to the Student Food Bank. For more information, please see the Circulation / Reserve Desk or call 440-6019.
Items in high demand include: powdered or canned milk, canned meats, canned fruits and vegetables, sugar, coffee, tea, peanut butter, baby food and formula. There is also a great need for toothpaste, toothbrushes, liquid hand soap, baby care items, toilet paper and feminine hygiene products.
Don’t have Library fines but still want to help? Feel free to drop your food items off at the Circulation / Reserve Desk on March 24th or 25th.
New this month are images for:
- more than 850 new direct digital photographs of contemporary architecture in Spain
- 2,000 images from the Metropolitan Museum of Art
- 100 images of early 20th-century French fashion plates from La Gazette du Bon Ton
Are you looking for a general introduction to a topic, some clarifications on a concept, or just definition for a term? Remember the hundreds of online subject specific encyclopedias, dictionaries, guides and handbooks that you can consult?
Here’s a sample of the recent titles added to Credo Reference:
Critical Terms for Religious Studies
Encyclopedia of Keynesian Economics
Encyclopedia of Mexico: History, Society & Culture
Great Dinosaur Controversy: A Guide to the Debates
Encyclopedia of Violence, Peace and Conflict
Pop Culture India! Media, Arts and Lifestyle
Women’s History as Scientists: A Guide to the Debates
Here’s the latest from Oxford Reference Online:
Oxford Guide to Literary Britain & Ireland
Oxford Companion to Local and Family History
New Encyclopedia of Insects and Their Allies
Dictionary of Education
Oxford Companion to Global Change
To access these licensed resources, go to the Library homepage, click on Find -> Encyclopedias. Scroll down the screen and you will see them listed under Commonly Used Encyclopedias. For off-campus access, you will be prompted to type in your MyMRC username and password.
Please don’t hesitate to contact the Library Information Desk if you require any assistance.
Statistics Canada website not available the weekend of March 21-22, 2009
The StatCan website (excluding the Census module) will be affected by
the power-down of the Main Computer Centre. On the weekend of March 21,
2009, access to www.statcan.gc.ca will prompt a
message stating that the site is not available due to maintenance.
Visitors will be encouraged to visit the Census module during that
We apologize for any inconvenience.