Snoop Dog and Shuggie will be there!
Take a break for some canine love! Petting a dog is known to relax your body and mind. Other activities include puzzles, coloring and games.
Tuesday, December 3, 11am -3pm
Memorial Library 2nd floor
There is one resource you should keep in mind whenever you are starting a research paper of whenever you just want to find a credible overview of a topic: Credo Reference, a full-text online reference collection of more than 360 titles from over 60 publishers. It features over three million entries from atlases, dictionaries, encyclopedias, guides, and other reference books on a wide range of subjects covering the humanities, sciences, social sciences, and technology. Credo Reference includes more than 10,000 topic pages presenting background information, images, links to articles and suggestions for further reading. Included are images, audio files, maps, video clips, Flash animation, and a dynamic table creation/export feature. The Concept Map helps you develop your research topic by exploring related concepts.
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You can find Credo Reference in the Databases by title box on the Librarytab in myRedDragon.
Memorial Library contributes to the Cultural and Intellectual Climate Committee’s Inter/Action theme with a screening of the film “Up Heartbreak Hill” next Thursday, November 21 at 7:00 PM in Sperry 205.
“Up Heartbreak Hill chronicles the lives of three Native American teenagers in Navajo, NM — Thomas, an elite runner, Tamara, an academic superstar, and Gabby, an aspiring photographer — as they navigate their senior year at a reservation high school. As graduation nears, they must decide whether or not to stay in their community — a place inextricably woven into the fiber of their beings — or leave in pursuit of opportunities elsewhere. Up Heartbreak Hill examines the ways in which we define ourselves, and the broader issues surrounding what it means to be Native American in the contemporary world.”
It played at the 2012 Cleveland International Film Festival and aired in July 2012 on the PBS series “P.O.V.” Have a look at the trailer on YouTube: “Up Heartbreak Hill”
The screening is sponsored by Memorial Library, the Cultural and Intellectual Climate Committee (CICC), the Native American Studies Committee and the Auxiliary Services Corporation.
Please consider joining us next Thursday evening!
Historical Abstracts is a great database to find scholarly articles for your research papers on the history of the world (excluding the United States and Canada) from 1450 to the presents, including world history, military history, women’s history, history of education and much more. This database provides selective indexing of historical articles from thousands of journals in a wide variety of languages from more than 90 countries and database includes book citations, dissertations and theses, and coverage extends to related disciplines such as archeology, anthropology and sociology.
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You can find Environment Complete on the Library tab in myRedDragon in the box: Databases by title.