Is creating your ENG 1301 or ENG 1302 Portfolio Stressing You Out?
Get Help with your portfolio at the Writing & Reading Center’s and Library’s
No Appointment Needed! Extended Hours!
Lots of Tutors and Librarians Available!
Pizza and Snacks!
April 22 & April 23
Event room, N420 1:00.-9:00 p.m.
As part of our ongoing effort to meet the needs of our students, the library has recently subscribed to the Psychotherapy.net Collection from Alexander Street Press.
Here is the collection’s description from Alexander Street Press:
The Psychotherapy.net Collection includes more than 150 in-depth training videos from one of the counseling professions’ most respected video providers. All Psychotherapy.net titles are created by and for psychotherapists and provide reliable, detailed instructions for serving diverse populations and therapeutic issues.
Films within the collection also provide step-by-step instructions for successfully implementing dozens of therapeutic approaches. Key topics include family and group therapy, dynamic psychotherapy, legal and ethical considerations, working with survivors of abuse, PTSD, and countless more.
You can find this resources by searching the library’s databases.
The Career Development Center and the W.I. Dykes Library are pleased to announce the launch of their new Tights and Tiebrary program. This collaborative initiative will provide support to students by loaning them ties, tights, scarves and necklaces for interviews, networking events and other career related activities during the Spring graduation season. The Tights and Tiebrary will not only provide students with accessories to give them a professional edge, but also expose them to the resources and advisement of the Career Development Center and to the collection of professional development materials located in the W.I. Dykes Library.
How does it work? Students must attend a one on one appointment or workshop with a Career Counselor, OR, they must check-out a specified career-related resource from the W.I. Dykes Library. The Career Counselors and Librarians will give students a Tiebrary coupon after they complete one of these two options; the students will then go to the Tiebrary located in the Career Development Center to choose a tie, scarf, necklace or tights.
This Spring, the Tights and Tiebrary will be open from April 6th until May 23rd.
Any questions can be addressed to Maggie Mahoney in the CDC or Bethany Tschaepe in the Library.
With the semester finished and finals still on our minds, it’s easy to forget what-goes-where. That said, please remember that all rented textbooks must be returned to the UHD bookstore on the third floor of the One Main building, NOT to the library. Thank you!
By popular demand, the Library is expanding chat reference service to 24/7 coverage!
In recent surveys, faculty and students have told us they love asking questions through chat, but they wish it was available longer hours. We listened and have signed up with Chatstaff, a 24/7 library chat service. Experienced librarians will be available to answers questions at any time, day or night, and even holidays! UHD Librarians will cover the hours with the highest use.
We hope you find this expanded chat service helpful as you continue your studies at UHD! We would love to hear your comments on the new service – Tell us What You Think!
I’m pleased to announce that the UHD Library now has the Value Line Investment Survey available online!
I have spent many years as a public librarian. At every library I’ve ever worked at the Value Line Investment Survey was one of our most popular resources. These public libraries did not have access to the online Value Line database, but instead received the paper reports which we put in a large binder for the patrons to look at inside the library only. For a few years, I wondered, why is Value Line so popular? Why would people come to the library just to look at the Value Line? I knew the most current share price of a security would not be represented in the Value Line report. Why not just look at whatever security you are interested in on the internet from home?
When I started getting into investing, I decided to actually look at the Value Line and see what all the fuss was about. What I discovered was that the Value Line offered things that were very difficult to find anywhere else. The summary of each security in a Value Line report is a concise breakdown of the most important factors influencing the company’s share price going forward. The summaries are so on point that they feel like insider information. Value Line reports also predict a target range of share price appreciation or depreciation for the coming years. Value Line rates each equity by timeliness, safety and technical strength. It also grades a company’s financial strength, its price growth persistence and its earnings predictability. Value Line’s future focused approach is why I strongly recommend you try out this database.
In our ever continuing quest to help you out from wherever you may be, we have added to our online tutorial offerings!
If you’re looking to get a start on research, LibSearch is a great place! Here’s a video to get you started. Enjoy!
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UHD Library now has a subscription to the Foundation Directory Online! The premier information source in its field, FDO provides:
So, UHD folks, start your fund-raising prospect research with the Foundation Directory Online!
Looking for materials for your classes? Did you know that some classes have materials for students held at the 5th floor service desk in the library?
Course reserves are supplemental readings reserved by faculty for the use of students in a particular class. Students, you can find out if your professor has placed anything on reserve by checking in our new E-Reserves system, which is linked on the library home page, too. Simply click the “Search for Course Reserves” tab in our Course Reserves guide and you can search for items by your course’s name or number, or your instructor’s name.
Most print course reserves items are usable in the library only for a few hours. There are copy machines and scanners if you need to take some of the material home with you.
Students: If you are trying to access electronic material that your instructor has placed on reserve you will need a password to “open” the locked folder containing the copyrighted readings. Your instructor will provide you with the required password.
Faculty, if you would like to know more about how to place materials on Course Reserves for your class, take a look at this page: Course Reserves