e-news for Otterbein Community
- Volume 2 Issue 7 -
Grand Opening of the Library Cafe
Otterbein's community is invited to the library's coffee shop grand opening.
Friday, October 15, 2004
Where: Courtright Memorial Library
No RSVP needed, just come and celebrate with
ProQuest Nursing Journals Full-text database is now available from the library web site. This database offers complete text and images for more than 280+ leading nursing and allied health journals like Nursing, Nursing Management, Nursing Economics, Nursing Forum, RN, Journal of Nursing Education, Nurse Practitioner, Nurse Researcher, and Nursing Diagnosis. It also covers such publications as Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, American Journal of Sports Medicine, Occupational Therapy International, Physical Therapy, and Patient Care Management.Full-text articles provide complete information with a single mouse-click. Searches in CINAHL and the Health Source: Nursing/Academic Edition will link to the full text in this database when people click on "Find a copy."
Course Folders from Classical Music Library
Instructors can now use course folder feature to create and share playlists with students in Classical Music Library.
A course folder may hold multiple
playlists giving educators the flexibility to have music for an entire
semester’s worth of listening, a specific lecture, or a listening
assignment. Each course folder has a title, description and a unique
Static URL that means that students can be directed to the folder in
a single click.
New Library Web Pages
Common Book Programs:
Events and programs for this year's common book, The Eagle's Shadow,
are now available from the common book page under Programs, or link to
it directly at http://library.otterbein.edu/cmbook/
Otterbein Writers' Series:
Biographical information and links to reviews and web sites for the poets
who will participate in the 2004-2005 Otterbein Writers' Series is also
available at http://library.otterbein.edu/libpages/subject/
Researching the Decades:
guide for researching the American Decades from 1890 to present is
now available under Instructional Guides then Class Guides on the library
web site. Videos, reference materials, periodicals that span the decades
in the library as well as selected Internet sites can be found from this