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Archive for February, 2008

Bearcat Search – Try it and send us your comments!

Posted by lrath on February 26, 2008

Bearcat Search is a tool that lets you easily search at the same time:

  • over 100 library databases
  • the library catalog
  • selected web resources (Google Scholar, the U.S. Census, etc.)

Before using this new tool, please go to the Bearcat Search page for suggestions and search tips, and a list of databases in Bearcat Search. Don’t forget to send us your comments!


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Workshop Week at Newman Library (Spring 2008)

Posted by lrath on February 8, 2008

Learn how to be an effective and efficient researcher by attending free workshops taught by the information professionals at Newman Library. Attend any, or all, of the following workshops:

  • Database Survival Skills April 3 or 6
  • Precision Searching April 5 or 6
  • Web Research April 4
  • Basic Business Research April 4 or 5
  • Company Information April 4 or 5
  • Industry Information March 27 or April 5
  • Annual Reports, 10Ks & Proxies April 3 or 4
  • Databases for Marketing & Advertising April 3
  • Accounting Resources April 4 or 5

Workshop Week starts March 27th (Thursday) and ends April 6th (Sunday). To read the full workshop descriptions and to register go to the Workshops Registration** page on the Newman Library website. You can register one month prior to the workshop.

**Please note that the Subotnick Center and BCTC workshops are also listed on this page.**

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