Monthly Archives: September 2010

Research Highlights @Noon

Mark your calendars; Research Highlights @Noon begins this fall at Babbidge! Research Highlights @Noon is a lecture series sponsored by the University of Connecticut Libraries. Faculty and graduate students from a variety of disciplines will have the opportunity to share … Continue reading

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How to research Hispanic/Latino health issues

As part of the celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15 – October 15) this blog entry briefly discusses Hispanic/Latino health issues and how to conduct research on this subject using the library resources. The Hispanic American/Latino community has … Continue reading

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Introducing the Husky Bookman!

The Husky Bookman is a new series of postings which will highlight new acquisitions in Babbidge Library. Vol. 1 no. 1:   Transportation Road work is everywhere a driver turns these days.   Waiting for the flagman’s signal on Rte. 195 has … Continue reading

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All about e-books

The library is spending more of its book funds on electronic books each year.    We’re doing this because we think e-books allow more users to access content on their schedule wherever they happen to be.   A single user can effectively monopolize … Continue reading

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Welcome to our new blog!

The Social Sciences Liaison Team for the UConn Libraries is pleased to announce our new blog: We’ll have a variety of postings, including new books and acquisitions, tips and tricks for databases, library events, and more! Happy reading! The Social … Continue reading

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