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New E-Journals for Nursing/Allied Health and Business!

Fantastic News for the College of Business and the College of Health, Education and Professional Studies! The UTC Library has recently upgraded from CINAHL Plus with Full Text to CINAHL Complete. This now gives us access to nearly 600 new full text e-journals in nursing and allied health! A list of these new journals can be found here.  FYI:  Tab 1 contains the titles that UTC gains as the result of the

Westlaw Cancelation

After consultation with the Legal Assistant Studies Program, UTC Library will not renew its subscription to Westlaw Campus Research. UTC Library instead offers access to Lexis Nexis Academic, which features a plethora of legal resources including: Tennessee Code Annotated United States Statutory Code US and Canadian Law Reviews Shepard’s Citations American Jurisprudence Encyclopedia Ballentine’s Law Dictionary      

What is Dr. Chatzimanolis Reading?

Dr. Stylianos Chatzimanolis (Dr. C!) from the Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences shares some of his favorite books for the new UTC READS program. Read about them below, find the books in the library’s online catalog, or visit the display on the 1st floor of the Library.   Dr. Chatzimanolis says: This is a collection of my favorite fiction/non-fiction/popular science books. Several of the popular science books listed below (such

What is Dr. McCarthy Reading?

For the new UTC READS program, Dr. Andrew McCarthy shared some of his favorite books with us. Read about them below, find the books in the library’s online catalog, or visit the display on the 1st floor of the Library. Dr. McCarthy says: Though my research and teaching is concerned with Shakespeare and Renaissance drama, I love contemporary novels. I try to read as widely as possible, though one of

What is UTC READS?

UTC READS is a program designed to showcase entertaining books that UTC Faculty members have enjoyed and would recommend to others. These books are not necessarily related to the professors’ research, curriculum, or other professional-endeavors. Rather, these are stories that have touched the professor in some way. This program is a good reminder, as we’re inundated with course-specific reading assignments, that reading can be FUN, too! Throughout the Fall

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