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Loyola Libraries on goodreads.com

If you haven’t looked at our sidebar to the right, you’re missing a great chance to see what the faculty and staff at Loyola Libraries are reading. You may be only one click away from finding your next favorite book. The LOCL Reviews feature is an application from goodreads.com, a site we discovered not...
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OVID switching to new interface- starting Sunday, Feb. 3rd

OvidSP will be the new name and look of our Ovid products. The OvidSP link has been available for a few months on our Ovid databases (for those that may not have noticed yet it’s located at the top of the page), so please take a look at it when you get a chance....
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CQ Almanac, 1945 to Present

Since it was first published in 1946, CQ Almanac has been the definitive annual reference for studying the U.S. Congress. The CQ Almanac Online Edition brings together over sixty years of authoritative congressional reporting in one resource. The site pairs all of the content from the print volumes with a number of electronic features...
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Marquis Who’s Who on the Web …and More

Loyola Libraries currently has access to several new databases from Marquis Who’s Who: Marquis Who’s Who on the Web Who’s Who in American History Who’s Who in American Art, and, Who’s Who in American Politics. Keep in mind, this collection is available for one user at a time.  When you see a login screen, try...
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2007 Tax Forms Available Online

A brief page with links to 2007 tax forms is now available in the Government Information section of the Loyola Libraries Web site. Included on this page are links to the IRS and the Revenue sites for the Midwest states of Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio and Wisconsin. If you have any additional...
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Register for New Loyola Alert System

As campuses across the country continue to experience extreme emergencies, including acts of violence, Loyola University Chicago is launching a new crisis alert system called Loyola Alert. Registered participants will receive time-sensitive voice messages, text messages, and emails in the event of life-threatening circumstances including terrorist acts, campus violence, or health and weather emergencies....
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