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 upgrade. Tab 2 contains the full database title list.
We have also upgraded to the Emerald Management 175 e-journals package which gives us access to over 50 full text new journals in business and management. A list of these journals can be found here. Again, Tab 1 contains the titles that UTC gains as the result of the upgrade. Tab 2 contains the full database title list.
These new e-journals are accessible via the EBSCO/Emerald database platforms, UTC Library’s journals A-Z list, and the UTC Library online catalog.
Enjoy these wonderful new resources from the UTC Library!
Yes, even Special Collections and University Archives has a Playboy connection.
In 1963, a young Hugh M. Hefner judged the Moccasin Beauties, an annual beauty contest in which the winners were announced in the yearbook. After “careful consideration,” Hefner selected Carol Fraser as the winner.
Read Hugh Hefner’s letter to Jeff Carr, editor of the 1963 Moccasin.
Read up on UTC’s history online with the first 36 volumes of the Moccasin yearbook in our Digital Collections.
Interested in researching Hugh Hefner and Playboy? Check out these resources from the Library’s collection!
At forty years of age, Lupton Library has begun its last semester as heart of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga campus. Opened on January 21, 1974, the library was one of the first campus buildings planned after the merger of the university into the University of Tennessee system in 1969. The library cost $5.4 million to build and spans 116,000 square feet. When it opened, the library served a campus of 4500 students. Today, UTC enrolls over 11,000 students. Special Collections & University Archives is hosting an exhibit that looks back at the library, as well as and some of the persistent urban legends about the building and its collections.
Do you think the library is sinking?
View the exhibit and say goodbye to Lupton Library in Special Collections & University Archives, located on the second floor in room 205.
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
American Jurisprudence Encyclopedia
Ballentine’s Law Dictionary
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 as the “The Naturalist on the River Amazons” or ‘The Song of the Dodo”) are the ones that inspired me to become a biologist and an entomologist. The fiction/non-fiction books listed below are the ones that somehow left a mark or provided comfort during various periods of my life.
Share your thoughts about these books with Dr. C – find him on Twitter @schatzimanolis!
Here are the books (see the books online through the UTC catalog here)
Nothing to be Frightened Of by Julian Barnes
Dr. Tatiana’s Sex Advice to all Creation: The definitive guide to the evolutionary biology of sex by Olivia Judson
Let’s Explore Diabetes with Owls by David Sedaris
The Naturalist on the River Amazons by Henry Walter Bates
The Song of the Dodo by David Quammen
The Amateur Naturalist by Gerald Durell
Hitch 22: a memoir by Christopher Hitchens
The Signal and the Noise: Why so many predictions fail but some don’t by Nate Silver
The forest unseen: A year’s watch in Nature by David George Haskell
Jennifer Government by Max Berry
Replay by Ken Grimwood
Intuition by Allegra Goodman
Little Infamies by Panos Karnezis
The Poet at the Breakfast Table by Oliver Wendell Holmes