Archive for February, 2007

Chalepa ta kala – unless they’re 12,000 Greek texts!

The library now offers Thesaurus Linguae Graecae (or, TLG). This digital library serves up virtually all surviving Greek texts from Homer’s time (8th century BCE) to the fall of Byzantium in 1453 CE. One could call it the EEBO of ancient Greece! Due to the nature of this product and the cost of a campus-wide […]

Introducing…Hector (group computing)

Room 102 (a study room on the library’s lower level, Chapel side) is now home to Hector, a Mac mini with a wide flatscreen monitor, two keyboards, a laptop hookup and an iSight camera. This flexible workspace is perfect for groups writing collaborative papers, creating Powerpoint for group presentations, or working on other computing projects. […]

New anthropology resource!

The library has just set up a trial to AnthroSource, the premier online resource for anthropology. It includes the full text of 32 scholarly journals published by the American Anthropological Association (AAA), most dating back to the first issue and about half continuing to the present. Topics in physical anthropology, cultural or social anthropology, linguistic […]

SFX Downtime Sunday morning

The Journals link from the library’s home page and the button in our databases will be disabled from approximately 9:30-10:30am Sunday morning, February 11, as the University of Minnesota moves the SFX server and runs updates on the software. Thank you for your patience!

Happy Darwin Day!

In honor of Charles Darwin’s birthday, we’ve pulled together some library books, on display near the front door. Don’t want to come out in the cold? We understand. Luckily, the British Library has put Darwin’s complete works online. You could also browse a museum exhibit, or see how clergy around the country have discussed the […]