Archive for 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 […]
We are trying out some news databases in the library for which we would very much like feedback. They are: ProQuest Historical Newspapers: New York Times — The complete New York Times from 1851-2003 (exempting freelance articles per Tasini). Articles are displayed as they were printed in the issue, and ephemera such as classified ads […]
New this legislative session is the chance to view the legislature in action live over the internet. The 60th session of the Montana State Legislature can be viewed by visiting http://opi.mt.gov/streamer/Legislature/. This allows students and citizens to witness firsthand the live floor debates or committee discussions as they happen.
The campus portal (http://portal.umt.edu) now includes a portlet that allows you to see the items that you have checked out from the library along with due dates and any fines/fees that you may have. This list can be printed out or emailed from the portal. To add this portlet to your default portal page just […]
The 2007 Montana Legislature is now in session, and you can get up-to-date information on issues of importance to you through the official Session website. The legislative calendar, information about committee assignments, contact information, and even live audio streams of selected committee meetings are available there. The site also includes a link to the 2007 […]
Archives & Special Collections announces the availability of an online Digital Image Database of historic photographs from its collections. Over 200 images from the K. Ross Toole Archives, including scenes from the University of Montana campus and the Missoula area, are currently available for online browsing. The Archives has over 100,000 photographs in its collections. […]
EndNote Web, a competitor to RefWorks, has been released. If you’re interested in checking it out, go to http://www.myendnoteweb.com and click on “Sign Up for an Account.” You will need to use your official University email address to sign up. This product is available to us for free as Web of Science subscribers and works […]