Newsletter: April 2018
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    April.2018

  • Students

    Extended Hours (Including 24-Hour Access) for Finals Week

    Steely will have extended hours this Friday (4/27) and Saturday (4/28), which will be followed by a period of 24-hour access between Sunday (4/29) and next Friday (5/4).

    • Friday (4/27): 7:30 AM - 9:00 PM
    • Saturday (4/28): 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
    • Sunday (4/29): Open 9:00 AM
    • Monday (4/30) - Thursday (5/3): Open 24 Hours
    • Friday (5/4): Close 5:30 PM

    Finish Research Projects with Subject Guides

    DID YOU KNOW? Steely Library has over SIXTY(!) subject guides available that are specifically crafted to suit your research and study needs.

    The guides for each subject include lists and links to various resources for researching specific topics, such as databases, books, media, and websites. The guides also include contact information for librarians that can help you with the specific subject, as well as links to related research guides.

     

    The subject guides are compiled for various areas:

    • Arts
    • Business
    • Education
    • Health Professions
    • Informatics
    • Sciences
    • Social Sciences
    • Miscellaneous

    Check out our subject guides as you finish those final research projects!

  • Faculty|Staff

    Reminder to Pick Up Reserves; Submit New Reserve Requests

    This is a reminder for Faculty that Spring semester reserve items will be expiring on May 4th.

    If you would like to update your reserves for the Summer or Fall semesters, please visit our reserves page to fill out a new form.

  • Everyone

    Resources Under Consideration for Cancellation

    Due to the possibility of cuts to the library's materials budget, we have identified some candidates for non-renewal. These candidates were identified based on criteria such as duplication of content in other resources and high cost-per-use:

    • Lexis-Nexis
    • Approximately 75 electronic journal title subscriptions (Full List)

    Please forward any feedback to Nancy Campbell at campbelln@nku.edu by May 12.

    Zotero: Citation and Research Management

    Zotero is a free research and citation management tool that helps users "collect, organize, cite, and share research."

    Zotero allows users to:

    • Store their citations and files in one place
    • Organize their citations into collections
    • Add or import citations to their Zotero account from databases, search engines, or personal collections (often with one click, or dragging-and-dropping)
    • Automatically create citations and bibliographies in Microsoft Word

    Zotero offers support for over 8,000 citation styles, allowing users to format their citations and bibliographies properly for any style guide or publication. You can even synchronize your data across multiple devices, allowing you to keep your research up-to-date no matter where you are working.

    For more information or to download Zotero, visit zotero.org.

    For further instruction on using Zotero, see contact information below.

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