The MSU Libraries have purchased campus-wide access to The Chronicle of Higher Education.
New publishing techniques make it possible for everyone who writes to publish books.
Emily Treptow started on November 1 as the newest business reference librarian at the Gast Business Library. Emily will be serving as the subject specialist in the areas of international business and entrepreneurship/small business and career information.
The Gast Business Library will close early at 5pm on Wednesday, November 21 and will be closed Thursday - Saturday, November 22-24. We will resume normal hours on Sunday, November 25.
Traveling for the upcoming holidays? The Gast Business Library has a new audio books collection that can help fill up those long hours of travel. Our collection includes titles like:
For students studying late at the Gast Business Library, Statewalk volunteers are now available to walk them anywhere on campus. Statewalk is a free service offered by MSU's chapter of Alpha Phi Omega, the national community service fraternity. Volunteers are at the library from 10 p.m.
Great news for all of you that use Simmons OneView. It does not have to be used in the library. It can be used anywhere including off campus. It does have a limit of 15 users at a time.
MSU faculty, academic staff, and academic administrators are invited to take part in a new faculty discussion group on Print on Demand (POD) Self Publishing and Alternate Publishing Models in Academia. The MSU Libraries are organizing the group in response to faculty request.
Datamonitor360 has a new name -- MarketLine Advantage. It also contains additional company and industry profiles and case study reports.