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If you have a question about technology support for your projects like 3D printing, audio and video editing, maps and timelines, and tools within Microsoft Office like PowerPoint, connect with a Student Technology Assistant (STA) on Level 1 in the Library.
For help in designing and developing a digital project, contact Mary Mahoney, our Digital Scholarship Coordinator. Mary can help you with determining the best tools to use, and strategies on how to incorporate and use those tools in your project.
Published by the Société Internationale de Bibliographie Classique, this is a specialized bibliographic database of scholarly works relating to all aspects of ancient Greek and Roman civilizations. Covers 1928 - present. Note: We are limited to 2 simultaneous users.
Archive of past issues of scholarly journals from all areas of study. Includes full runs of covered journals, excluding content from the past 2-5 years. Includes full runs of covered journals. NOTE: Internet Explorer is no longer supported by JSTOR. See 'More Info' re: browser troubleshooting.
Chrome may not work well with JSTOR. Be sure to use the latest version, and clearing cache/cookies 'for all time' may solve the problem.
Full text of all journals of the John Hopkins University Press as well as some other selected university publishers. An important academic resource for the arts, humanities, and social sciences. Coverage generally from 1990s forward. See 'More Info' about e-books
By popular request, the library has re-activated our e-book subscription. Books are available to download without DRM (digital rights management) restrictions.
Study Rooms: reserve a place for group and individual study in the Library
Center for Educational Technology (CET): home to 3D printing, audio and video editing, virtual reality, STAs and all things digital scholarship
Print Books on Level A (literary sources) and Level 3 (historical and contextual sources)