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Collins Library Links: Library Research Help for First-Year Students

In the week leading up to Fall Break, Collins Library was filled to the brim with students studying for midterms and conducting research for their project proposals. For many first-year students, the mid-point of the fall semester serves as a … Continue reading

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Collins Library Links: PRIMO – A new library search and discovery system

PRIMO:  A new library search and discovery system Librarian Lori Ricigliano developed this Primo Tip Sheet to help introduce our new system. Questions about Primo? Contact your liaison librarian or email libref@pugetsound.edu. Read our Primo FAQ at research.pugetsound.edu/primofaq. PRIMO TIP … Continue reading

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Collins Library Links: Librarians and Faculty- Teaching and Learning Partnerships

Librarians and Faculty- Teaching and Learning Partnerships As the academic year draws to a close, we would like to extend our thanks for your support of library programs and services and to the LMIS Committee for providing assistance and advice … Continue reading

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Collins Library Links: New Library Search – Important Information for Faculty

New Library Search – Important Information for Faculty You recently received an email message concerning the new library system that will be implemented in early June.  This email provides additional information associated with the system and its implementation. Summer Classes:  … Continue reading

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Collins Library Links: A New Library System Will Debut in Mid-June 2014!

A New Library System Will Debut in Mid-June 2014! We are moving with our partner libraries in the Orbis Cascade Alliance from 37 stand-alone systems to one powerful, shared system. Through a single search box on the library home page, you will … Continue reading

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Collins Library Links: Focus on Archives & Special Collections 2014

Focus on Archives & Special Collections Spring 2014 The Collins Library is pleased to announce that from April 3-May 30, 2014, we will feature the exhibit Stan!, documenting the life of Professor Stan Shelmidine (1906-1966).  The exhibit will feature items … Continue reading

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Collins Library Links: Muslim Journeys

Bridging Cultures Bookshelf: Muslim Journeys http://bridgingcultures.neh.gov/muslimjourneys/ Bridging Cultures Bookshelf: Muslim Journeys is a program sponsored by the American Library Association and National Endowment for the Humanities that brings together publications that provide new and diverse perspectives on the people, places, histories, beliefs, … Continue reading

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Collins Library Links: By the Numbers

By the Numbers If there is any doubt that students use the library, let these numbers dispel that misperception!  We recently updated our library dashboard to reflect September 2013 statistics and you will be happy to know that Puget Sound … Continue reading

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Collins Library Links: Staying in Touch With Trends in Higher Education

Staying in Touch With Trends in Higher Education  This edition provides some easy ways to stay in touch with trends in higher education. Find Articles Online:  The Professional Development Collection is a database designed for educators and provides full-text of nearly 520 … Continue reading

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Behind the Archives Door: 1st & 3rd Tuesdays of the Month

Behind the Archives Door Contact:  Jane Carlin, jcarlin@pugetsound.edu, or Katie Henningsen, khenningsen@pugetsound.edu On the first and third Tuesday of each month at 4:00 p.m., the Archives & Special Collections will hold a series of informal presentations on current research, unique … Continue reading

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