Reserve Request Form
Printable, downloadable Word form. Copyright law requires a form be submitted for each request. The ever-expanding charms of the Millennium Copyright Act do require that each copy of a Reserve Form request be signed by the requestor--i.e. not an administrative assistant, and that each request be a "blue ink" original. Book Order Form
Serials Solutions: Electronic Journals Holdings List
This resource lists more than 43,000 unique titles to which the Dunagan Library has licensed access. As a reminder, just because one database e.g.
ProQuest Research Library
provides access to
The Journal of Community Psychology
from 12/1994 forward, does not mean that no other database has other issues of that title. Indeed,
[the UK's equivalent of JSTOR] has backfiles from 1973-1995.
The only way to discover this is by using a title search in Serials Solution.
Creating Web Links with EZproxy
EZproxy is the software the library and IRD use to provide members of the University community with remote access to web-based, licensed content. If web pages or other documents have links to online journal articles or other resources licensed by the libraries, those links will probably need to be modified in order to be available for off-campus access. This page shows the method to use to "proxy" links you are making to library leased databases. FYI: Links are still the only assured way to abide by all copyright restrictions.
Choice Reviews Online
http://www.cro2.org; on campus access only
Create custom bibliographies
E-mail results or print them out
Don't wait for
Cards, read reviews before they appear in print.
Includes a short bibliography ;l a short list of copyright free "stuff"; fair use guidelines; and educational multimedia guidelines. Plagiarism Webliography for Faculty
Remember that REACH pays for an annual license to Turnitin Evaluating the World Wide Web
This is a page built more for teachers than students. Given the heavy use of the WWW by students they need to develop expertise on evaluating the information and the web sites they use. This short page gives guidelines and links to other sites which focus on evaluating web-based information.