Thanks to ICONN, The UConn Libraries know have CINAHL with Full Text!
EBSCO says: “CINAHL with Full Text is the world’s most comprehensive source of full text for nursing & allied health journals, providing full text for more than 580 journals indexed in CINAHL. Of those, 278 are not found with full text in any version of Academic Search, Health Source, or Nursing & Allied Health Collection. This authoritative file contains full text for many of the most used journals in the CINAHL index – with no embargo. With full-text coverage dating back to 1981, CINAHL with Full Text is the definitive research tool for all areas of nursing and allied health literature.”
you can access it at http://rdl.lib.uconn.edu/databases/1120
You may experience some problems access the UConn Libraries Gale databases. The vendor has informed us that they are currently experiencing intermittent problems with their online databases and are working to correct the problems as quickly as possible.
Web of Science — new interface *try the new interface*
Scholarly journal articles in the sciences, social sciences, arts & humanities. A great database for high quality scholarly articles on any topic. Excellent for citation searching. 1994-present.
New interface — trial Fall 2007
Click on “Search” tab if you get a “null” error message from the Web of Science link above.
Three new / changed databases interfaces / platforms for your information:
1. The Avery Index to Architectural Periodicals has switched from the RLG interface to the FirstSearch interface. The link in the ERM for Avery now points to the new interface; see for yourself at http://rdl.lib.uconn.edu/databases/859
2. Social Work Abstracts has gone from Ovid / SilverPlatter to EBSCO. The link in the ERM for Social Work Abstracts now points to EBSCO; see the new interface http://rdl.lib.uconn.edu/databases/933
3. The AP Photo Archive is working on a new interface. You can see a trial of it here:
Looking for a quick and easy way to use our libary resources?
Then download the library toolbar from http://www.lib.uconn.edu/libraries/stamford/webtools.html
It works with Internet Explorer and Firefox to give you quick acess to:
- Library resources: eJournal, Inter-Library Loan, All Databases, Citation Linker and Live Chat
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The Dodd Center’s Mexican Broadsides and Pamphlets Collection has been converted from an access database and loaded into HOMER, the library catalog. To take a look at records in this collection, search “Mex” as a call number. If you want to know more about this collection, contact T.J. Kao at the Dodd Center.
Thomas J. Dodd Research Center
HOMER, the Library Catalog
UConn Libraries InterLibrary Loan Services has a new webpage!
We hope these changes will help to better direct you to the best service option for your needs.
Where did the NetID and password log in go?
Most services do not require a log in. If the service you select from the menu requires one, you will be prompted, and your log in will take you directly to the form needed for your request.
For books and videos, why should I go to the Virtual Catalog or WorldCat before using the book form?
· The Virtual Catalog allows you to bypass the DD-ILL staff and place a request for a title directly from a lending library. As a result, you obtain the title much faster.
(Book requests only)
· WorldCat offers you direct access to more than 16,000 libraries while allowing you to request books, DVDs, musical scores, etc. Also, because using WorldCat requires less intermediate handling, it too can often get you what you need more quickly.
We hope that you will find these changes useful! Please feel free to send comments and questions to email@example.com.
Can’t find that book in the UConn Library system, or are all copies on loan?
Then select the BLC link in the HOMER Library catalogue. If the book is held by one of these 16 libraries in the Boston Library Consortium, it will be delivered to you for free.
Further information is available at: http://www.lib.uconn.edu/online/services/ill/
The Uconn libraries has redesigned the Library Research Database Locator! You can search by Subject or by Database Name. If you’re just beginning to research and not sure where to start? That’s ok, we’ll help you through that too! Check it out!
Use it to find search engines (databases) for scholarly articles on a wide range of topics. Also use it to find collections of newspaper articles, images, music, and more!. Try out this new version and send us your comments. Access through link below or from the All Databases link on the library home page.
A web site has been developed by librarians at the Homer Babbidge Library in Storrs to make it easy to find electronic reference books that have been purchased by UConn. Reference Books Online allows you to browse titles or subject to find a wealth of information traditionally found on library reference shelves. Many of these electronic books are only available to UConn students, faculty, & staff. If you have a valid NetID but are off-campus, please log into the Libraries’ VPN before accessing this page.
Reference books online. Check it out!