Below are NYT Notable Books in the SJU collection. Looking for a good read over Winter Break? Browse the Popular Reading collection (first floor Post Learning Commons). Suggest a title for the Popular Reading collection with this form.
American War by Omar El Akkad
Anything is Possible by Elizabeth Strout
The Dark Flood Rises by Margaret Draible
Fresh Complaint: stories by Jeffrey Eugenides
A Horse Walks into a Bar by David Grossman
Lincoln in the Bardo by George Sunders
Manhattan Beach by Jennifer Egan
My Absolute Darling by Gabriel Tallent
Sing, Unburied, Sing by Jesmyn Ward
The Evangelicals: The Struggle to Shape America by Frances FitzGerald
The Blood of Emmett Till by Timothy B. Tyson
Grant by Ron Chernow
The Gulf: The Making of an American Sea by Jack E. Davis
Jainesville: An American Story by Amy Goldstein
The Undoing Project: A Friendship That Changed Our Minds by Michael Lewis
We Were Eight Years in Power: An American Tragedy by Ta-Nehisi Coates
What Happened by Hillary Rodham Clinton
This electronic document management system, equipped with effortless document sharing, is fully compatible with email, Google Docs, and other external devices, such as flashdrives.
The new scanner system has two new functions: save scanned documents to your Google drive, or sends document to not only SJU email system but other email systems like Gmail, Hotmail, etc.
You might notice a change in our ProQuest resources.
The layout of the search pages has been altered and will look much different than before. However, the functionality is largely still in place with a few exceptions. Take a look at the new layout to get a feel for the changes!
See help info provided by ProQuest:
WHAT: A Web of Science representative will present information on using their databases to find citation counts and journal impact.
WHEN: April 16th, 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM
WHERE: Drexel Library 1st Floor Instruction Lab
Bring your lunch. Cookies and drinks will be provided.
Academic Passes at NYTimes.com brings you free, full access to news, multimedia, and archival content of The New York Times anywhere, any time!
Using your SJU student email account, you may claim a pass for free content. Each pass provides you with 24 consecutive hours of free access to The New York Times. For additional access, simply claim another pass. It’s that simple.
Questions? Please visit Academic Passes at NYTimes.com.
- EBSCO‘s familiar interface (i.e., Academic Search Premier or Business Source Elite)
- Easy off-campus access to full text with the FindIt!@SJU button
- Better and more relevant search results
- Improved MLA formatted citations
- Topic exploration and Interdisciplinary research
- Easy article location (even without a full citation)
Two other prominent interdisciplinary resources were also updated over Break.
For more information and video tutorials: