Health Sciences & Nursing Resources webinar recording now available

The recording for the Nursing & Health Sciences Resources webinar that took place on Tuesday evening is now available. Access via this direct link or via the ‘Library Webinars‘ tab in the Nursing Subject Guide.

The next webinar, Research Resources in the Sciences, will take place on Friday, March 29 at 12.30 and will provide . . . → Read More: Health Sciences & Nursing Resources webinar recording now available

CINAHL Complete Trial

The Graduate Center has a trial to CINAHL Complete through May 26, providing the text of an additional 237 nursing journals beyond the 1,297 available in the current subscription to CINAHL Plus.

Spring Break Workshops

Join the Mina Rees Library this week with Spring Break workshops:

Tuesday, March 26th, 6pm Research in Health WebinarTo join the webinar, click this link and ‘Enter as Guest’ This 30 minute webinar will provide an overview of several resources that will help students find information from books, journals, and dissertations. Registration is suggested but . . . → Read More: Spring Break Workshops

Health Sciences Research Webinar, 3/26 6 pm

This 30 minute webinar will provide an overview of several resources that will help students find information from books, journals, and dissertations. Registration is suggested but not required

The webinar will take place on Tuesday, March 26 at 6 p.m. to join the webinar, click this link and ‘Enter as Guest’

Questions? Contact Amy . . . → Read More: Health Sciences Research Webinar, 3/26 6 pm

Register for Spring Webinars & Workshops

The Mina Rees Library will hold evening and afternoon webinars & workshops for GC students this Spring.Register here!

March Webinars Social Sciences Research, Wed, Mar 6, 6:00pm Humanities Research, Fri, Mar 15, 12:30pm Research in Health, Tue, Mar 19, 6:00pm Research in the Sciences, Fri, Mar 29, 12:30pm

Special Off-Site Collaborative March Workshop @ . . . → Read More: Register for Spring Webinars & Workshops

Database News

The Graduate Center has a trial through March 9 to Classical Scores Library, a collection of 586 musical scores. The library now subscribes to DRAM, a collection of classical, jazz, and popular music recordings, and to Nursing and Allied Health Collection, providing text from more than 1,000 journals from 1980 to the present.

. . . → Read More: Database News

New Oxford Bibliographies

Oxford Bibliographies Online has added bibliographies in Cinema and Media Studies, Islamic Studies, Latin American Studies, Linguistics, Music, and Sociology. Each subject includes bibliographies in approximately fifty more specific categories. These bibliographies join those in Atlantic History, Biblical Studies, Buddhism, Classics, Hinduism, International Relations, Medieval Studies, Philosophy, Public Health, Renaissance and Reformation, Social Work, and . . . → Read More: New Oxford Bibliographies

Database Trials

The Graduate Center has trials through October 13 to Gale News Vault, which includes the archives of several British newspapers from the seventeenth century to the present, including the Times Literary Supplement and the Financial Times, as well as a collection of nineteenth-century American newspapers, and to the Illustrated London News Historical Archive, including all . . . → Read More: Database Trials

Oxford Bibliographies Online

As of May 5, the Graduate Center subscribes to Oxford Bibliographies Online, covering Atlantic history, biblical studies, Buddhism, the classics, Hinduism, international relations, medieval studies, philosophy, public health, the Renaissance and Reformation, social work, and Victorian literature. The bibliographies are drawn from books, journals, and internet resources.

Oxford Bibliographies Online

As of May 5, the Graduate Center subscribes to Oxford Bibliographies Online, covering Atlantic history, biblical studies, Buddhism, the classics, Hinduism, international relations, medieval studies, philosophy, public health, the Renaissance and Reformation, social work, and Victorian literature. The bibliographies are drawn from books, journals, and internet resources.