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Finding Monologues

28 August 2007

Need some help finding monologues? Here are some tips: 1. Read a play that interests you and locate a monologue from that play. This is probably the best way to locate monologues because it helps you to place the character’s words within the context of the entire play. If you need help locating plays, please […]

Ad Age Top 150 Marketing Weblogs

20 August 2007

Are you interested in keeping up with the latest in Business Marketing? Advertising Age has released a list of the “Power 150 Marketing Weblogs” here. This journal has ranked blogs according to the following criteria: Google PageRank (0 to 10): Google PageRank is a link-analysis algorithm that interprets web links and assigns a numerical weighting […]

Montana Fire Season Resources

22 July 2007

Fire season is upon us in Montana. Here are some useful sites that provide up-to-date information on regional wildfires and Montana air quality (where’s that smoke coming from?). InciWeb: Incident Information Center This site assembles a great deal of information on ongoing or recent fires, including incident data, containment levels, maps, planned actions, and more. […]

More wiki subject guides available

16 July 2007

Wiki guides are easily edited websites that allow for the user to add to or edit the information presented. We now have wiki guides available for the following subject areas: Communication Studies Economics Journalism Political Science Social Work Sociology They are all currently available at http://mlsocialscienceguides.pbwiki.com/ and allow for students and faculty to add to […]

Journalism Wiki Subject Guide Available

22 June 2007

We’ve recently updated and expanded the library’s subject guide for Journalism.  This is the first that has been done using a wiki, which is a website that can be easily edited by viewers as well as by the creator.  It’s currently hosted off the library’s main site but will be moved on to our site […]

Mansfield Library Guide: RefWorks, EndNote Web, and other citation management tools

14 March 2007

The library recently offered three seminars at the start of March on RefWorks, EndNote Web and other citation management tools.  A guide to getting started on these resources can be found linked from the library’s home page under Subject Guides and then under General Guides (or click here).   Further sessions may be offered in […]

Manage your UM NetID password

15 February 2007

Recently library patrons may have noticed difficulty accessing materials using their NetID. Please be aware that your password needs to be reset every 180 days, beginning the last time you updated your password. If you’re having trouble accessing services, please visit the UM Campus NetID Page for instructions on managing your password. Services affected by […]

Tax Resources

2 February 2007

Getting ready to file your taxes? Here are quick links to tax resources: IRS tax forms Montana tax forms The IRS and Montana Department of Revenue also offer information on free filing services. IRS Free File Program MontanaFreeFile.org

InfoIssues: Facebook and MySpace

1 February 2007

Issue of the Month: February 2007 Facebook, MySpace, Social Networks and the Library Samantha Hines, Assistant Professor Social Science Librarian and Distance Education Coordinator (samantha.hines@umontana.edu) Most people are at least familiar with the term Facebook if you spend any time in higher education environments. Started in 2004 at Harvard, it was a way for students […]

Access to Taylor & Francis ejournals

29 January 2007

University of Montana students, faculty and staff now have access to over 1,200 Taylor & Francis ejournals. These electronic journals are from many disciplines across the Sciences, Social Sciences, and Humanities. Access is via the Mansfield Library Journals link or via links within library databases. This new acquisition was made possible by participation in the […]


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