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Archive for July, 2009

Find Free Sheet Music On the Web

31 July 2009

There are several web sites you can visit to find free sheet music on the internet.  Many of these sites are able to provide free downloads of these items because they are in the public domain or the composer agreed to have her or his music posted by using a Creative Commons License.  Try the […]

Tips for Protecting your Research Privacy

29 July 2009

For anyone concerned with research privacy, there are steps you can take to ensure your safety. The library does not track search behavior, but like a commenter rightly points out, there are other entities involved like network administrators and search engines.

Follow the Health Care Debate

29 July 2009

The weblog Government News for Montana is an excellent source for developments and publications on many issues affecting residents in Montana.

Library Website Usability Study Presented

22 July 2009

A group of Mansfield librarians were able to present the results of the usability study which was completed just this past spring. The poster presentation is available as a PDF document.

Your Research Privacy and NETIDs

15 July 2009

We’ve received questions recently regarding whether the library is tracking computer use by NETID. You can read the full statement on library user’s right to privacy on our policy page. The bottom line? The library does not keep track of any patron’s research activities.

Logging into Library Computers

13 July 2009

In support of our primary users, UM students, staff and faculty, the computers marked “NetID Access” now require a university login. We also continue to provide the community with access to our information resources by designating some of our computers as “Open Access” with 60-minute sessions without a login. If you have any questions, please […]