Click for access via Primo
Click image for access, or find it in Databases A-Z.
Our new streaming video database includes clinical mental health demonstrations, video of real clinical mental health sessions, largest amount of DSM-5®/ICD-10 video content, documentaries on the human condition, psychotherapy transcripts, client narratives, reference works, clinical mental health textbooks and workbooks, psychological experiments and more.
And it contains nearly 3,500 e-books!
(Note: BMHO contains, and replaces, Counseling and Therapy in Video I & II)
For those unfamiliar, Haggerty Library highlights some of our online tools and resources each month. Databases, DVDs, streaming video, and journals all get the spotlight.
So, to start us off, here is the DVD Spotlight for August/September:
Click image for availability in Primo.
Watch for more Spotlights in future posts!
You can also find New Arrival books and our full DVD collection right inside the Learning Commons.
adorable gif from isaacschools.org
Welcome/back from Haggerty Library! We hope you had a nice summer. Library staff are always ready to help with your assignments, papers, and projects. Or just to check out cool stuff.
In your library you can, among other things:
- Check out books, DVDs, laptops, and iPads
- Use a Study Room
- Print in color
- Create your own group study spaces
- Study on the Quiet Floor (the 2nd floor)
What’s new (some based on your spaces feedback from the spring!):
- More power! We added power strips with plugs and USB and lamps (some with USB) on both floors (but more on the 2nd floor). More to come in the spring semester!
- Two new, more-private study spots on the 2nd floor.
- New DVDs and books added
Stop on by! And we’re always open online!
And please watch for more ways to add our voice to our spaces feedback, part 2!
Congratulations to our 2019 Haiku Contest winners! Read the winning entries below. And you can read last year’s winners here.
A huge thank you to all who submitted, and we’ll see you next National Poetry Month!
1st place: Adia Kolell
Wittgenstein’s Beetle Box
beetle in a box
who can feel your pain but you?
it is your beetle
2nd place: Jane St. Peter
It is Time
Time to spring, to thank,
To play, explore, pray and soar.
Past has past, move on.
3rd place: Brian Markovich
Papercuts Like a Knife
Refill paper, please!
Fresh ream loaded in machine.
Sorry, toner out!
[featured photo: statue image of haiku master, Matsuo Bashō, from japantravel.com]
As we celebrate this lovely Earth Day, in addition to reading about and advocating against climate change (today and daily), let’s also acknowledge businesses that are doing just that, among many other good deeds.
Businesses, both large and small, are all around us and online, and it’s good to know that so many actively care about more than their bottom line.
Learn out about certified B Corporations here, and then go read and share some poetry. It’s still National Poetry Month, too!
[featured image: image from Progressives for Immigration Reform.org]
image from Giphy
Actually, they’re here! Large-scale works from the ART 220 are displayed on both floors of Haggerty Library through the end of April.
Lego Batman, Reese’s, and lipstick, oh my!
image from Giphy
Haggerty Library is offering three free database trials this month!
- Food Science Source
- OTDbase (coming soon!)
And please offer us feedback via the brief polls linked with each resource. Your feedback helps us make planning decisions!
image from poets.org – designed by a high school student contest winner
National Poetry Month is underway and Haggerty Library invites you to check out our National Poetry Month Guide, chock full of multimedia poetry sites and ideas.
Thursday, April 18 is Poem in Your Pocket Day and you can find printed poems to grab from our display in the Learning Commons. Read, share, repeat!
Lastly, please submit an original haiku for Haggerty Library’s Haiku Contest! Prizes are awarded to the top 3 haiku! Find contest rules right here.
Read and share poetry year ‘round!
image from hanoverlibrary.ca
Because knowledge. And reading. And people.
Check this visualization, from The Atlantic.