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Recent Changes to the UTC Library Electronic Resources

The UTC Library recently made a couple of changes to the online resources offered. Please refer to the updates below.   OXFORD REFERENCE ONLINE Due to consistently low usage over several years, access to Oxford Reference Online has not been renewed. This does NOT affect access to the following resources; you can still use the following through the UTC Library: Oxford English Dictionary Dictionary of African Biography Encyclopedia of

New Learning Express Platform

Learning Express Library, a fantastic resource accessible through the UTC Library, includes test preparation, computer software instruction, and career tools. This resource has now moved to a new platform, which requires any users with accounts on the previous platforms to create new accounts. The database can be accessed here  or via LearningExpress Library in the database drop down menu from the UTC Library homepage search box. Here are some changes

Scheduled Database Outage for Friday May 30.

On Friday, May 30, 2014, the Library’s access to EBSCO databases and services may be intermittently unavailable during the company’s scheduled network upgrades. The service window is scheduled to begin at 9:00 PM EDT. You may experience intermittent access to EBSCOhost products and services for the duration of the service window, which is scheduled to end at 11:00 PM EDT. Please plan ahead to use the EBSCO databases outside

Access to Natural Standard Ends

Due to very low usage and rising costs, the UTC Library will no longer offer access to the Natural Standard database. For health-related research needs, please use one of the following resources available through the UTC Library: Health Reference Center – Academic Health and Wellness Resource Center

5 Journals to Discover This Month

In honor of Black History month, UTC Library has compiled a list of 5 fantastic journals. Find amazing content celebrating black history in the following e-journals:   1. Callaloo This peer-reviewed African Diaspora literary journal includes fiction, poetry, plays, critical essays, cultural studies, interviews, and visual art featured in the journal from 1995 – today.   2. Journal of African American Studies This peer-reviewed journal includes a variety of content focusing

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