Top 10 eResources for Fall 2012

Posted on Monday, November 5, 2012 by eBooks_and_eContent

The library provides access to authoritative online articles, reference eBooks, guides, reviews, and more! Here are the top 10 eResources that have been heavily utilized this fall.

  1. Safari Tech eBooks - Read and browse computer and IT books on your computer in eBook format. Search for specific topics and code fragments across the entire collection.
  2. ValueLine -  a source of information and advice on stocks, mutual funds, securities, the stock market, and the economy.
  3. Ancestry Library (in-library use only) - This database is a genealogical tool with data from the census, military records, the court system, immigration, and vital records. It covers Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, and some European countries.
  4. Books 24x7 - Gain instant access to hundreds of computer and IT reference e-books from publishers such as John Wiley & Sons, Springer, Ross, Microsoft Press, and others.
  5. Morningstar Public Library edition - Build and analyze an investment portfolio and learn about stocks, mutual funds, and portfolios. Also, access the Morningstar's popular investment newsletters (Morningstar Mutual Funds, Morningstar Fund Investor, Morningstar Stock Investor, and Morningstar ETF Investor).
  6. Business Source Complete with Business Searching Interface -  Find company profiles, industry information, market research reports, and country economic data. Also included are videos on business topics from the faculty of Harvard Business School.
  7. DragonSource Qikan Chinese Magazines Online  - View the full image, color versions of 100 popular magazines from China.
  8. Freegal Music - Downloadable music from the catalog of artists in Sony Music Entertainment including Independent Online Distribution Alliance. Library cardholders can download three songs a week using their barcode and PIN. Freegal works with any MP3 device, including iPods.
  9. NextReads - Select your favorite book genres and receive customized booklists by email. Available for all ages.
  10. Serials Solutions 360 Core A to Z - Search for a specific journal, magazine or newspaper by title or subject. A simple search covers the library's electronic and print periodical collections.

/Lora

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