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Over 50 Gale/Cengage Research Databases
The Heritage University North Library now offers a new suite of databases courtesy of the State Library. Gale says it "helps libraries connect to researchers who are in search of credible, timely content. Our wide range of online databases offers faculty, researchers, students, and adult learners open access to scholarly, peer-reviewed content they would not otherwise have access to. From full-text journal articles and newspapers to archives and eBooks, there is a resource to meet every need."
These range from Gale Academic One File to more specialized resources nursing, business, the sciences, and more.
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Some students come to the Library to socialize others come to study, but only need to interact with their classmate or friends minimally. Others come seeking a fortress of solitude to study intently and contemplate ideas.
The Library now has designated zones for each level of noise. The entry area and the main axis of the building along with the seating by the current magazines and journals is designated for conversation at a reasonable tone.
The area east of the Herman Miller-style Posting Wall is a place for minimal conversation.
The row of study carrels one the west side of the Library are for quiet study. In addition, the Testing Center may be used for quite study. Those taking tests, however, have priority in using this space.
The Study Rooms and the Library staff area are not zoned, nor are the stacks.
Please let us know your thoughts on this new arrangement!
Have you got something to say—but need a place to say it—or at least post it?
The Library now has partition, aka the Herman Miller wall, which can double as a bulletin board for appropriate communication.
In order to support entrepreneurism, personal initiative, and greater economic self-reliance among students, advertisements for commercial, business, and/or other for-profit activities are permissible, so long as the posting student is currently enrolled and is directly affiliated with the enterprise Postings for not-for-profit and non-profit enterprises directly supporting or serving the University 40 community are permissible.
Items posted over 30 days are removed.
Items must be approved through the Student Life Flyer Approval Procedures OR the Library Director, or other full-time Library employee.