January is probably my least favorite month. It’s still dark and cold. Spring is a distant dream and the excitement of the holiday season is done. I always feel like I need a little extra help. The recommendations this month are focused on ways that we can help ourselves.
The Chester Fritz Library is excited to now offer thousands of electronic books and audiobooks on Libby, the popular library app for your Android or iPhone. If you have any questions about signing up, or using the app, reach out to any of the librarians or Peer Research Consultants in the library or on chat.
Today’s guest post is courtesy of Sara Kuhn, CFL’s Scholarly Communication and Social Sciences Librarian. A huge thank-you to Sara for information on these new sociology resources! The Chester Fritz Library has subscribed to its first educational streaming video collection in sociology and related disciplines! The Sociology Video Collection is published by INTELECOM Learning and […]
Because UND has access to many of their journal packges, you might have already heard about JSTOR, the service that began by digitizing scholarly journal backfiles, especially in arts, humanities, social sciences, and business. JSTOR was founded in 1995 by William Bowen, former President of Princeton University; the acronym is short for “Journal Storage.” What […]