The Education Program at Union College, Lincoln Nebraska, is hosting an accreditation visit by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) October 24-26, 2010. We invite interested parties to submit third-party comments for review by the visiting team. Please note that comments must address substantive matters related to the quality of any professional education programs offered and should specify the party’s relationship to the institution (i.e., graduate, present or former faculty member, employer of graduates).
The library is pleased to announce a new login system for off-campus access to library databases. Students may now login to most databases from off-campus using their UC IDs and passwords (the same one used for Moodle and Self Service). Faculty members should use their Marcie usernames and passwords. This eliminates the need to track down database-specific login information for each individual database system.
Faculty response to the Films on Demand trial has been overwhelmingly positive. In fact, faculty are so excited, we could not wait until next fall to start an annual subscription to the database. When the trial subscription ends on March 10, Union College will seamlessly move into a regular annual subscription to Films on
Wish you could more easily search the EBSCOhost databases on your smartphone? Now you can with EBSCOhost Mobile. To access this service use either https://linus.ucollege.edu:8443/login?url=http://m.ebscohost.com/ or https://linus.ucollege.edu:8443/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.mobi/ and click on the EBSCOhost Mobile profile. UC ID and password are still required.
Union College Library has purchased its first JSTOR collection. The Language and Literature collection includes 78 titles focusing on literature and language in English, French, German, Italian, Japanese and Spanish. The earliest publication is from 1884 and the most recent articles are currently from 2007.
The library is currently offering a free trial of Films on Demand, streaming educational videos from producers such as Films for the Humanities and Sciences, BBC, PBS, Cambridge Educational, and more. The collection includes over 6000 full length films which may be viewed in their entirety or in shorter segments. The trial will be available until March 10, 2010. Contact Sabrina Riley with your questions and comments. Off-campus login information is available upo
Is the thought of facing the arctic outdoor air preventing you from asking a librarian for the research assistance you need? This semester, the library is offering another solution. You may now seek the assistance of a reference librarian from the cozy warmth of your dorm room or home through instant messaging. This service is being tested during second semester. To find out more about how to access the service, see Ask Your Librarian. Please note that this service is av