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Library newsletter 2.21


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Library newsletter 2.21

  1. 1. Volume 2, Issue 2 Summer 2013 Spotlight on Databases: Mango is an online language-learning system that can help you learn languages such as Spanish, French, Japanese, Brazilian Portuguese, German, Mandarin Chinese, Greek, Italian and more. In fact, Mango includes instruction in 34 languages! You may spend just a few hours to cover the Basic level of a language or invest more time in the Advanced level to obtain in-depth, comprehensive instruction. Use the databases link on our library’s homepage to access Mango. After you sign into the database with your LMU username and password, you will also need to create a free Mango profile in order to access the resources. LIBRARY FAST FACTS Website: Catalog: CB Library Hours: M-TH 9:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m. F 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. S 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Closed Sundays Phone: 865-531-4119 865-531-4153 LMU’s library at the Cedar Bluff extended site now has 10 laptops available for checkout. Students may check out and use the laptops within the library room (Room 135) for a fourhour period. Faculty and staff may check out the laptops and use them within the building for the fourhour checkout period. We hope this new service will be useful to you! CB Library Personnel:
  2. 2. . Volume 2, Issue 2 How can I get the full text for the article I want? Click on the PDF or HTML link provided in the record of the article. What if the full text is not available? Click on the “Find It @ Carnegie-Vincent Library” button: If the full text of the article is available in another database, a link will be provided. If the full text is not available through LMU’s library, click the Interlibrary Loan link to request the text through our interlibrary loan service. I found a great article for my research! How can I find more articles like this one? Look at the subject terms assigned to describe the article’s content. Try another search entering the same subject terms. Look at the author’s reference list at the end of the article. Try searching for some of the same articles. Some databases (i.e. Pubmed) provide “Related Citations” or “Find more like this” buttons. Summer 2013