Hunt Library Special Update — February 9, 2021
New library materials:
New or expanded library databases
Films On Demand: We have greatly expanded the streaming video selection by subscribing to a large academic collection.
HeinOnline: This subscription was significantly upgraded to include access to law review journals, special collections, statutes, and court libraries.
O’Reilly for Higher Education: We may now access books, videos, and case studies through this popular technical publisher. Access for this resource is a little different from the usual. Select “Not Listed” from the institutional drop-down menu and enter your ERAU email for a link to setup your access.
Statista: Provides access to statistics and studies gathered by market researchers, trade organizations, scientific publications, and government sources.
New learning objects
Evaluating News Sources video (3:37)
Video Tutorials by category
On-demand recorded webinars, including faculty sessions from last month
Upcoming live webinars, including a new session on Writing a Literature Review
Faculty professional development
We will be offering short learning opportunities (12:00-12:30 ET) through COA’s "Stay Current" series.
February 23: Tracking Your Research Impact
March 2: Ask Me Anything About Scholarly Commons
March 9: Getting the Most Out of Google Scholar
Mark the date(s)!
APA 7th Edition
Finally! EagleSearch results can be cited in the latest APA edition via the Cite icon, which is a quotation mark. Select APA (7th Edition) from the drop-down. We still recommend double-checking all auto-generated citations for accuracy.
Coming March 15: A webinar on APA 7th Edition.
Scan & Deliver
Question: Can a librarian scan items for me and send them to me electronically?
Answer: Absolutely! Check out scan and deliver.