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When you set up your customized alerts, you can remain current with publications in your research area; see your own publications; and you can see how many times an article/scholar has been cited.
Special thanks to Bradley Brazzeal for the information provided in this section.
Search Alerts: when new articles in your research area are added, you will receive these alerts. This step-by-step list shows you how to create Search Alerts in EBSCO databases. Many non-EBSCO databases also allow you to set up alerts.
Table of Contents Alerts
Table of Contents Alerts: these provide immediate notification when new issues of your favorite journals become available.
See what events and workshops are taking place in the Library. The schedule includes sessions that benefit students and faculty alike; they range from acquiring software & technology skills to specific topics for graduate students.
This collection includes books, photocopies, video & sound recordings, instructors' old tests, & class notes.
Library instruction sessions can guide your students through the research process, empower them with basic library skills, and teac them how to identify appropriate research materials. Instruction sessions can also be based on your goals for meeting various classes' needs.
Reserve space for multimedia classrooms, meeting rooms, presentations & seminars.