Stay Connected: Hunt Library Update

Hunt Library Update #12 — February 8, 2021

Facility hours update

Beginning tonight: Library facility hours are expanding into the evening again. The library will be open Mon.-Thurs. 8am-8pm, Fri. 8am-5pm.  Please continue to refer to the library website for the most current facility hours. Click on "Today's Hours" for more details, and the Ask a Librarian virtual hours, which are not subject to facility hour changes.

New library materials:

Browse new print and ebook titles.

New Library Materials Spring 2021. Spotlight COVID-19

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

Our colleagues at WW-COA are hosting a series of short library webinars (12:00-12:30), and you are invited! These sessions will also be recorded.

February 23: Tracking Your Research Impact
March 2: Ask Me Anything About Scholarly Commons
March 9: Getting the Most Out of Google Scholar

Please contact Karen Bronshteyn or Kimberly Luthi for access information.

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.

Scan and Deliver