Did you know that you can search beyond the holdings in the Consortium Library simply by checking a box in Quick Search?
Once you’ve done a search, look for the check box (below the search box and to the right of the number of results) that says:
Add results beyond your library’s collection
Using this feature will search all +900 million items known to QuickSearch. Click on the title of the item to place an interlibrary loan.
Check out the Arc Gallery exhibition, “Gotta Knock a Little Harder,” by our very own Ellen Davis.
On Monday, September 14, 2015, from 9am-10am, Deb the Librarian interviews Cody Buechner, the Leadership Coordinator for Student Clubs and Greek Life, in the Dept. of Student Life and Leadership, at the University of Alaska Anchorage. Listen and be informed!
We haven’t calculated the statistics, but anecdotally, we can tell you that of all the document media types we hold photographs are probably one of the most popular types of documents used by researchers here at ASC. Following along with … Continue reading
Shannon Kuhn: Reflections of a wild blueberry pie-making queen
A self-professed blueberry picking machine, Brudie is content to pick for hours, filling bucket after bucket. She makes four to six pies for the holidays.
The Southcentral Foundation and Alaska Humanities Forum are cosponsoring a week of events related to Anne Hanley’s play, “The Winter Bear.” This show, about a troubled village kid set straight by an elder, also debuted at Cyrano’s and has since toured widely. “The Winter Bear Project” includes a discussion with the playwright and poet Stephen Bolen at 7:30 p.m. on Sept. 14 in room 307 of UAA/APU Consortium Library, a screening of a documentary about the play at 5:30 p.m. at the Alaska Native Heritage Center and two productions of the play at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 18-19 at Alaska Pacific University’s Grant Hall.
Are you at a dead end in your research and need help finding sources? Or have you found a citation that you need help accessing? Chat with a Research and Instruction Librarian to get assistance with these and other questions related to succeeding in research. Librarians are also available via email, phone and in-person at the reference desk on the 1st floor of the UAA/APU Consortium Library.
On August 31, 2015, Deb the Librarian had the great fortune to interview Helen Chen, Senior Researcher for the Designing Education Lab and the Director of ePortfolio Initiative at Stanford University, and Tracy Penny Light, Executive Director of the Centre for Student Engagement and Learning at Thomson Rivers University in British Columbia. Listen to this Informania to discover the value and many applications of ePortfolios; and how they are used as an effective high impact learning opportunity and a tool to demonstrate skills, competencies and learning abilities.
Deb the Librarian interviews Helen Chen and Tracy Penny Light
Catching up with the 2nd floor project. We’re thinking maybe two more weeks?
We know textbooks can be expensive. One way to save some money is to use Library Course Reserves. We don’t have every text book, but check to see if your professor has put course materials on reserve: http://bit.ly/1Jk30NT