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GreenFILE: New resource focuses on environment

GreenFILE is a freely-accessible research database focusing on the relationship between human beings and the environment, with well-researched and accessible information on topics ranging from global warming to recycling to alternative fuel sources. Comprised of scholarly and general interest titles, as well as government documents and reports, GreenFILE offers a unique perspective on the...
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Europa World Year Book available online

First published in 1926, the Europa World Year Book has consistently been one of the best reference sources on world affairs. Europa World provides authoritative, current, and analytical information about countries and international organizations. The online edition adds value by incorporating more frequent updates than the print edition and by offering several simple yet...
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Additions to Gale Reference E-Books

We recently added four excellent resources from the Gale Virtual Reference collection — Complete Dictionary of Scientific Biography International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences New Catholic Encyclopedia New Encyclopedia of Africa These resources are available on the library website under “Databases by Title”. For more information on these resources, contact a subject librarian.
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Book Production in the Middle Ages

The Materials and Techniques of Book Production in the Middle Ages Lecture By: Dr. Elizabeth Teviotdale, Assistant Director of the Medieval Institute at Western Michigan University Location: Regis Multipurpose Room (LSC Campus) Sponsored by: Department of English and the EGSA (English Graduate Student Association)
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Extended Hours for Spring Semester Finals

Lewis Library From April 28 -May 6, the Lewis Library will offer extended hours to accommodate students, faculty and staff. April 28 (Monday) – May 1 (Thursday) 7:30am – 2:00am May 2 (Friday) 7:30am – 12 midnight May 3 (Saturday) 7:30am – 9:00pm May 4 (Sunday) 12 noon – 12 midnight May 5 (Monday)...
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RSVP for RefWorks training

RSVP for RefWorks training

Computer Science librarian Kristina Schwoebel will be teaching several training sessions on RefWorks citation management software throughout the end of April at both LUC campuses. Classes are open to students, faculty, and staff but are limited to 20 individuals per session. Sessions @ Watertower Held in Lewis Library, Room 710 Monday, April 14, 4-5...
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