Library notes: UST Libraries propose Information Commons improvements
From UST Libraries
Opening Doors: improved Information Commons proposal
Two weeks ago, the university kicked off its "Opening Doors" campaign to support scholarships, endowments for academic needs and several building projects. The university libraries have a proposed project in the campaign that seeks funding for an improved Information Commons in the O’Shaughnessy-Frey Library Center. The Information Commons will blend technology and digital content with traditional print collections to provide high-quality research and services for both students and faculty. Go online to the Information Commons Web page for more background on our proposal.
More November database trials
Let us know what you think of these new research databases, available via the UST Libraries Web page (and don't forget our weekly trivia question):
Fuente Académica provides full-text articles for 260 scholarly Spanish language journals. This multidisciplinary database offers full-text content to many academic areas, including business and economics, medical sciences, political science, law, computer science, library and information sciences, literature, linguistics, history, philosophy, and theology. This trial ends Friday, Dec. 7. Send comments to Curt LeMay.
Facts on File
This database provides full-text articles covering United States and international news from 1940 to the present. A password is required – please call the OSF Library reference desk for assistance, (651) 962-5001. This trial ends Wednesday, Nov. 21. Send comments to Linda Hulbert.