Friday, August 24, 2012

Credo Reference Adds New Titles to Collection

Over the summer, electronic information provider Credo Reference added twenty-four new and updated encyclopedias and other reference works to its General Reference collection, bringing the total number of titles to over 600. The new content provides background information in a broad range of disciplines, including Art, Business, Communication, Economics, Education, History, Music, Philosophy, Psychology, Religion, Science, Social Science, and more. The newly added titles are:
Credo has also added updated editions of the following reference works:
Credo Reference's electronic collection encyclopedias, dictionaries, handbooks, and more are avalable via the Library's Electronic Databases page. See a list of all 601 titles at

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Additional JSTOR Journal Collections Now Available

Kistler Memorial Library has added three new collections to our JSTOR subscriptions. Arts & Sciences IV, V, and VII will provide you with full online access all the way back to the first issues of over 300 unique scholarly journals in the fields of Art & Art History, Business & Management, Education, History, Language & Literature, Philosophy, and more. Notable titles added include The Academy of Management Review, American Educational Research Journal, American Journal of Psychology, American Philosophical Quarterly, Harvard Law Review, Journal of Public Health Policy, Journal of the Walters Art Museum, The Kenyon Review, and U.S. Catholic Historian.

JSTOR is a not-for-profit service dedicated to preserving and providing researchers with access to scholarly information through its archival collections of academic journals covering a broad range of disciplines in the humanities and social sciences.