Did your quest for that perfect article ever lead you to microfilm?
NY Times from 1852? Got it! Newsweek 1942? We can show you were to find that too!
PML has an extensive collection of microfilm! But once you’ve found the microfilm, how do you view it?
Use ClubPhil’s ScanPro 3000!!
This microfilm reader scans as well as prints! You can email or save to a USB device primary source material to view later. Need to highlight an area to see that text a little better? This machine is for you! With advanced editing features, previously obscured text becomes visible. The ScanPro 3000 brings the latest technologies to microfilm research.
Stop by ClubPhil we will show you how to use the ScanPro 3000!
Did your quest for that perfect article ever lead you to microfilm? NY Times from 1852? Got it! Newsweek 1942? ... MORE
Why waste time endlessly searching through hundreds of online journals. Stop by our Research Hub on the main floor of the library where we can assist you in locating articles and research material for your use.
A good research paper is only as good as your resources.
Need help locating resources? Why waste time endlessly searching through hundreds of online journals. Stop by our Research Hub on... MORE
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We also have 2 new history resources from Adam Matthew Digital. We did mention the geek thing already, right? Of course we think it’s fun just to browse these collections for images, original documents, maps, photos – tons of stuff. Even if we’re not working on a paper!
The AMD American History Collection consists documents American History from the earliest settlers to the mid-19th century. (we don’t yet have access up to 1945). It is sourced from the Gilder Lehrman Collection, one of the finest archives available for the study of American History.
AMD Mass Observation offers access to one of the most important archives for the study of Social History in the modern era. Explore original manuscript and typescript papers created and collected by the Mass Observation organization, as well as printed publications, photographs and interactive features.
We’re excited about a couple of new resources we acquired over the summer. (OK, yeah, we’re geeks. But, if you’re... MORE