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Encyclopedia of Catholic Social Thought, Social Science, and Social Policy

Encyclopedia of Catholic Social Thought, Social Science, and Social Policy by Michael L. Coulter, Stephen M. Krason, Richard S. Myers, and Joseph A. Varacalli 2 volumes Loyola faculty and students involved in the Center for the Catholic Intellectual Heritage as well as in courses in Christian Ethics and Moral Theology will be pleased to...
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Access Newspaper Archive

Loyola Libraries now has a current subscription to Access Newspaper Archive. Previously, the libraries utilized a free version of this database, but with the subscription we receive advanced searching capabilities, the inclusion of Illinois newspapers, and off-campus access.  This database is a great source for historical information; going back to 1759 in some publications....
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Mideast Wire.com

Loyola Libraries currently has access to a new and unique resource – Mideast Wire.com Created as a daily email newsletter of translated briefs consisting of key political, cultural, economic and opinion pieces appearing in the media within 22 Arab countries, Iran and the Arab Diaspora. With more than 500 Arabic and Persian news outlets...
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Our 7 Favorite Firefox Extensions

Our 7 Favorite Firefox Extensions

The time when users were restricted to one or two choices of Internet browsers is long over. Today, when users want to get their Web on, both PC and Mac users can choose from Safari, Opera, and Firefox (formerly known as Mozilla Firebird), in addition to browser standbys Netscape and Internet Explorer. Firefox, as...
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The Information Commons Dedication

The Information Commons Dedication

President Garanzini speaks at IC Dedication Click HERE for more photos of the IC Dedication ceremony. For those of you who missed the festivities, the Klarchek Information Commons was officially dedicated in a lovely ceremony last Friday, December 7th. When doors opened at 11:45 am, visitors were greeted by volunteer docents providing detailed information...
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Dean Seal’s remarks from the IC Dedication

Below are the full remarks from Robert Seal, Dean of Libraries at Loyola University Chicago, given at the dedication ceremony for the Klarcheck Information Commons on December 7, 2007. These remarks can be downloaded as a Word document by clicking here. * * * Loyola University Chicago Information Commons Dedication Remarks by Bob Seal,...
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