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Artstor Releases new Website

Artstor releases a new design and navigation to its web site that is far better organized and arranged. Rather than a scattering of sections and drop-down menus dispersed around the home page that made it difficult for the user to focus and find where exactly to go and how to proceed, the new design centers [...]


Cochrane Library releases new Web Site

Wiley Publishing has released a new and improved Cochrane Library web site. Along with an updated look and feel, the new site offers the following features and enhancements: Improved navigation: Browse the site with ease and learn more about the Cochrane Library thanks to a clean menu interface Mobile optimization: Read and navigate the Cochrane [...]


JoVE: General Laboratory Techniques

UMass Lowell Libraries has added a subscription to the Science Education module,  General Laboratory Techniques,  in the JoVE  video journal. This module contains 15 sections covering fundamentals such as the use of  bunsen burners, centrifuges, and pipettes along with many other lessons in equipment and operation basics. JoVE, the Journal of Visualized Experiments, is a peer-reviewed [...]


Recent Enhancements to PsycBOOKS

  PsycBOOKS®, available to UMass Lowell users through an Ebsco online subscription, is the most current and only comprehensive resource for full-text scholarly and professional books and book chapters published by the American Psychological Association—from the newest titles and reference sources, to the classics in psychology. Here’s what’s new: Embargo Removed! Explore the latest APA [...]


Gale’s Artemis Literary Sources

The Gale Database company has introduced Artemis Literary Sources, a new online site that provides an integrated search interface for its premier literary resources:  Literary Resource Center (LRC), Scribner Writers, and Twayne’s Authors. In addition, Artemis provides enhanced workflow tools  and features such as Term Frequency and Term Clusters that provide visual context to the distribution [...]