Just in time for the start of another semester, Penrose has added some great new e-Resources to our collection. You can find all of these in our A-Z List of e-Resources.
Annual Reviews Electronic Back Volume Collections consists of a comprehensive online collection of all available Annual Reviews with content covering the Biomedical, Life, Physical, and Social Sciences. The collection provides access to more than 1,100 volumes, consisting of over 24,000 review articles from 1932-2005.
JAMA, is an international peer-reviewed general medical journal and is the most widely circulated medical journal in the world. The key objective of JAMA is “to promote the science and art of medicine and the betterment of the public health.” Coverage is from 1998 to the present
JSTOR Arts & Sciences IX Collection provides coverage in archaeology, anthropology, sociology, business, economics, population studies, and political science. The collection consists of more than 2.5 million pages culled from more than 150 journal titles.
Project MUSE Premium Collection is MUSE’s foremost collection of high quality, peer reviewed, interdisciplinary journals. All journals available on the MUSE platform are included in the Premium Collection. Coverage is provided for 469 titles.
Dalia Corkrum, the Director of Penrose Library, was elected as an Americas Regional Council (ARC) Delegate to the Global Council of the Online Computer Library Center (OCLC).
OCLC describes itself as a “nonprofit, membership, computer library service and research organization dedicated to the public purposes of furthering access to the world’s information and reducing library costs.” Corkrum is one of 14 delegates tasked with representing more than 22,000 OCLC members from libraries and cultural heritage organizations in Canada, Latin America, the Caribbean and the United States.
Read more about Corkrum’s election to Council at the Whitman College press release.
Penrose Library is excited to introduce our new KIC (Knowledge Imaging Center) walk-up scanning station. Using the KIC scanner is as easy as making a photocopy but allows you much more flexibility. The color scanner has a 17”X24” scan area – four times bigger than a letter sized page. You can save scans as multiple file types including .jpg , .pdf, and even markable, searchable .pdf for study. The KIC scanning station is environmentally friendly, just save your scans to a USB flash drive or send them to yourself via email, no paper or toner wasted! Come to the library to see how you can research, collaborate and study digitally. Best of all? Scanning is absolutely free.