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Bloomsbury eBooks

The UTC Library now offers access to over 5,000 new eBook titles from Bloomsbury Publishing. This collection of academic works will assist a wide variety of researchers with topics in anthropology, theology, classics, history, political science, education, and even film studies. The full text of each book can be read on any device using your internet browser, and each chapter can be downloaded as a .pdf for printing and

Dictionary of American Regional English

According to the DARE survey, a heavy metal pan for frying might be a skillet, frying pan, or spider. Somebody who studies all the time might be called a bookworm, brain, greasy grind, egghead, brain, or a crammar. It all depends on where in the States you’re chewing the fat.   DARE Chief Editor Frederic G. Cassidy with Fieldworkers Reino Maki (left) and Ben Crane in front of a

Action Required from EndNote Users

There is a change to the URL that makes it possible for EndNote desktop to search for the full text of articles listed in your EndNote library.  If you have been using the Find Full Text feature, your old OpenURL Path URL will not work. If you haven’t used the Find Full Text feature of EndNote desktop, you may want to watch this short (4 minute) video that shows

American Antiquarian Society Historic Periodicals

The UTC Library now offers access to almost 150 years of historic publication as part of the AAS Historical Periodicals collection. Spanning 1684-1912, this collection of periodicals serves to document the life and times of the American people. This collection provides researchers with digital access to a plethora of primary sources. The periodicals in this collection cover a wide range of topics including religious interests, the temperance movement, antislavery,

Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development eBooks

The UTC Library has enhanced its education resources with new e-books from the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. The ASCD e-book collection supports education students interested in all aspects K-12 learning, teaching, and leadership. The collection will surely help students and educators studying curriculum design, classroom management techniques, and assessment strategies. Sample Titles Measuring What We Do in Schools: How to Know If What We Are Doing Is

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