We now have a trial for Simmons OneView – just click OK when it says we have no challenge question.) Simmons is a database of consumer demographic information (formerly known as the Simmons Study of Media and Markets); it provides national survey data from the Simmons National Consumer Study and the National Hispanic Consumer Study. These studies include demographic and psychographic characteristics, including attitudes and shopping habits, of product users. They have several YouTube tutorials; a good one to start with is “Create, Export & Save a CrossTab.”
We are comparing this to MRI University Reporter. A big difference between them is that unlike MRI, Simmons OneView has no “canned” reports. Users can choose their variables, which makes it more powerful, but there is more of a learning curve.
Our trial to Simmons OneView runs through November 17. Please send your comments on this resource to Marianne Hageman.
Using the APA Style Publication Manual, but have tons of questions about headings, in-text citations, writing style, references or where to publish your brilliant work? Here’s the all-in answer for you. We’re trialing APA Style Central!
and links into the APA Publication Guide.
Please play around in APA Style Central. Tutorials help you find support for your teaching and publishing, as well as for your students’ writing.
Do you think this will be helpful to you for publication purposes? Or for our students to help them in writing papers and in understanding APA Style?
Let Merrie Davidson know if you have any questions or comments.
Trial ends 11/2/2016
During the month of October we will be trialing Business Source Complete, an updated and larger database than our largest full-text business database, Business Source Premier (BSP). In fact, if you have ever used BSP, you will notice that the search screen and results list of Business Source Complete look the same as that long standing resource.
However the collection of material available for you from Business Source Complete is much larger and varied than what BSP currently has to offer. For the first time there are video seminars, interviews, and author profiles in the collection. Along with this new material is the same sources you get using BSP, but much more so. There are more books, case studies, company profiles, including private company profiles, and of course, business and news articles. Lots of business and news articles, the majority of which are full text. Business Source Complete contains more than 3,800 full-text journals, including nearly 2,000 peer-reviewed journals.
Business Source Complete covers all facets of business research at both the graduate and undergraduate levels.
This trial will run to 10/31/16. If you have any feedback or questions please contact Andrea Koeppe.
The University of St. Thomas Libraries is sponsoring a trial of ACLS Humanities E-Books , which is an online collection of nearly 4,700 high quality academic books in the humanities, accessible through an institutional subscription. The ACLS is made up of thirty-one learned societies of the American Council of Learned Societies form the working group for the ACLS Humanities E-Book Database. These titles are offered by the ACLS in collaboration with twenty-three learned societies, over 100 contributing publishers, and librarians at the University of Michigan’s Scholarly Publishing Office. The result is an online, fully searchable collection of high-quality e-books in the Humanities, recommended and reviewed by experts in each field. These are works of major importance that remain vital to both scholars and advanced students, and are frequently cited in the literature. Using any web browser, faculty, students, staff of subscribing institutions can view and search the HEB collection from campus offices, libraries, dorms and remotely when off-campus. An institutional subscription to HEB includes unlimited, simultaneous multi-user access from any Internet-connected location.
There are a few ways to discover materials inside ACLS Humanities E-Books. From the home page, you can jump right to browsing the collections or go to the search options. ACLS HEB only also offers some very advanced search features. There are four main search options: basic, boolean, proximity and bibliographic. Click on ACLS Humanities E-Books and try it out.
Send your reviews or comments to Curt Le May at the university of St. Thomas Libraries at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please address which areas of the curricula you see it supporting and how you or your students would use this for your classes. The trial ends at the end of the day on October 31, 2016. Thank you for your participation.
This month we are trialing a marketing and advertising resource called eMarketer. It provides market data, statistics, and analysis including trends in e-business, mobile, social media, and online advertising. The data can be used to look at consumer behavior and market size. eMarketer includes articles, analyst reports, and statistical tables which can be downloaded to Excel for further analysis.
This trial runs through 10/27/2016. Please send your comments on this resource to Marianne Hageman.
Welcome to a new school year. Please note that Summon is now the default search. You can search
and 85 other types of library content.
Despite the announcement on August 25 that Summon wasn’t working on iOS. That has been fixed. Summon works just fine on PC, Mac, iOS, Android and anything else that’s out there.
If you EVER have any problems using ANY library resource, please ask us. We’re here to help you have a successful, not stressful, year.
We are very sorry to report that there is a glitch in the system somewhere and Summon is not working on iOS products. The company we get Summon from is aware of the problem. We are sorry for the inconvenience. Hopefully things will right themselves soon. Please use Summon from a laptop or desktop until this is resolved. Thanks. And again, sorry.
The UST Libraries just added the Collected Works of Thomas Aquinas (Electronic Edition) to our collection. If you can believe it, this title was available on CD-Rom before now. I’m happy to report that, like nearly everything else in the known world, it has been made available on the web for your 24/7 viewing pleasure. And as an added bonus, if you were to require some help in interpreting the works of Thomas Aquinas, we’ve also just added the Oxford Handbook of Aquinas, which is one of 64 titles included the new Oxford Handbooks of Philosophy collection.
The UST Libraries is pleased to announce the new subscription to Medici.TV. A streaming video music database covering over 1,500 films in high definition with the best of classical music from Baroque to Contemporary music, including: concerts, operas, ballets, archival documents, portraits of artists and composers, master classes, conductors in rehearsals. Over 100 live broadcast every year from leading concert halls and classical music festivals.
Access to these films through the Library Catalog CLICnet, or you can go through this link Medici.TV . To watch a performance click on the “picture.” .
If you have questions about this streaming film collection, please feel free to contact Cindy Badilla-Meléndez, Media/Music Resources Librarian at email@example.com
On Saturday March 12, all ProQuest products will be unavailable from 9 p.m. and will last for 8 hours.
During this time, access to the ProQuest products listed below will not be available, and users will be redirected to a web page explaining the scheduled maintenance.
- ProQuest platform databases
- ProQuest Congressional
- Dissertations Express
- PQDT Open
Bibliographic and catalog enrichment services
- Books in Print
- ProQuest Syndetic Solutions