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Faculty Library Newsletter

Departmental Budgets and Acquisitions

Check your departmental budget allocations, spending, and balance.

Review databases charged to your department.

Check the status of all your book, eBook and media orders - date ordered, date received, list, cost, call number assigned, etc.

Contact your liaison to order new materials.

Contact Head of Acquisitions to inquire about unfilled orders.

Free Newspaper Images from the Library of Congress

International Education Week (November 16-20)

International Education Week (IEW), November 16-20, 2020, is an opportunity to celebrate the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide. This joint initiative of the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Education is part of our efforts to promote programs that prepare Americans for a global environment and attract future leaders from abroad to study, learn, and exchange experiences.

Check out the library's book display.

Use Choice Reviews to Help Build the Library's Collection

New Databases

The following K-12 databases are new for free from DISCUS.

 - Tumble Math

- Teen Bookcloud


The following K-12 database is on trial through the end of the academic year.

- CLCD STEMExplore 


"Finale"by flakeparadigm is licensed under CC BY 2.0

Statsita Rolls Out Election Data

A letter from Statista 

With the constant barrage of information and disinformation that we are subjected to around this election, we have chosen to create a Dossier about the election, the candidates and the campaigns. We have left out the “alternative facts” and have hand-picked data from objective, reliable sources so you can be prepared when it’s time to hit the polling station.

If you are one of the record number of Americans who have already voted, good for you! It is still fascinating to learn the following about this year’s historic election:

  1. The Candidates
  2. The State of the Nation
  3. Key Issues
  4. Financial Disclosures
  5. Forecast & polling data
  6. Public Opinion

As with everything else on our platform, we have pulled together the most reliable, credible information and what you choose to do with it is entirely up to you. I just hope that you get out and vote!