Monthly Archives: October 2008

Lecture: The Many Faces of China

Pfau Library Lecture Series presents: The Many Faces of China, an overview of China’s economic and social development in the past thirty years with a lot of statistics and pictures showing discrepancies between urban and rural areas. Thursday, Nov.13, 2008

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New Resources for the New School Year

The new school year brings us a variety of new online library resources, including research indexes and full-text journals: Anthropology Plus covers anthropology and related disciplines. Includes Anthropological Index & Anthropological Literature. International Index to Music Periodicals Full-Text (a.k.a. IIMP)

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NEW: Social Sciences Citation Index

Now Available! Social Sciences Citation Index, or SSCI SSCI tracks citation patterns in social sciences journals. Unlike more familiar article databases, a citation index helps you locate all the articles which have cited an earlier article in their bibliographies, as

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New Database: Anthropology Plus!

Pfau Library now offers Anthropology Plus, a research index covering the literature of anthropology and related disciplines. Anthro Plus combines indexing from two sources: the British Library’s Anthropological Index, with abstracts from core journals back to 1957, and Harvard’s Anthropological

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Get to Know the Library!

Are you new to campus and feeling a little overwhelmed by the idea of using the library? Never thought about using the library before? Or maybe you love libraries, but just aren’t familiar with Pfau Library? Stop by for a

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“Search for Full Text” and ILLiad

If you’ve ever used the “Search for Full Text” (or SFX) feature in one of the library’s databases, then you know how easy it can be to locate online or paper copies of our journals and books. Now it’s easier

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Lecture Series: Breast Cancer Awareness

A lecture on the perils and plights of breast cancer, and information on what you can do to educate yourself, possibly save yourself, and help find a cure. Patricia McDowell from Susan G. Komen for the Cure®, Inland Empire Affiliate,

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Lecture Series: History of Coca-Cola

Pfau Library presents a refreshing lecture on the history of Coca-Cola: An overview of the historical advances the Coca-Cola Company has made from guest speaker and Coca-Cola enthusiast Dr. Ruth Norton. Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2008 Noon-1 p.m. PL-4005 The lecture

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