Thursday, March 25, 2010

Where To Find Our New Books

Want to know what new books and videos you could swing by and pick up from the CSP Library? Simply go to to see a list of our newest adds, each with its own link into the CLICnet catalog. A link will live on the library's home page under the delicious icon (seen to the left). You can limit by discipline tags in the right hand column, and subscribe to RSS feeds at the bottom of pages so you can know when we add a new book in the areas you are interested in.

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Medical and Health Databases

Concordia's Medical and Health databases are now conveniently collected together on one Web page.

These include databases meant for health professionals, consumers, and researchers, and run the gamut from general to highly technical. For further assistance, contact

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Three New Trial Databases Are Now Active

The library is happy to announce the activation of three new databases trials. Send feedback to

Global Issues in Context (GALE) - Issues and countries form the core of this product, which uses resources to explain the historical and contemporary conditions necessary to understand global issues, conflicts and events. Global Issues in Context supports research in a wide variety of subject areas, including sociology, current events, civics, politics, science, economics, cultural/religious studies, women’s studies, human rights, English composition and many more. Trial runs through April 9th.

Ethnographic Video Online - Covers the study of human culture and behavior – more than 750 hours and 1,000 films at completion. The collection covers every region of the world and features the work of many of the most influential documentary filmmakers of the 20th century, including interviews, previously unreleased raw footage, field notes, study guides, and more. This first release includes 226 videos totaling roughly 152 hours. Trial runs through April 3rd.

Women and Social Movements, Scholar's Edition - Includes primary historic documents, books, images, scholarly essays, teaching tools, and book and Web site reviews documents the history of women’s activism in public life, and is one of the most heavily visited resources for women’s studies and for U.S. history on the Web. Organized around document projects written by leading scholars, the collection is a powerful research and classroom tool designed to help users develop the skills needed to analyze primary documents and conduct research. Document projects are organized around interpretive questions, each with 20-50 primary documents that address the question. Trial ends March 31st.