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To open the EBSCO database, use the link below.
EBSCO Research Database
Our subject area web link pages have been re-designed in an easier to read format which displays all links on one screen. Each major area has a tab at the top of the screen. Check out the Reference Shelf tab with online dictionaries and thesaurus, as well as links to information about MLA and APA style. Return to this AIC Library main site through the link at the upper right side of each page. The old pages will continue to be available until the end of the school year, but will no longer be updated with new links, and will soon be removed from the left side navigation. Check out the new look through clicking Reference Shelf or Portal to Research on the left navigation bar and tell us what you think.
Portal to Research
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Free access is available to hundreds of scholarly journals and books through Google Scholar and Google Books (different from a normal Google search). Links to each of these are available on each of our web resource pages. You can create a personal account in Google Books to save links to books you are using for research. For info on creating an account and using the advanced search features of these two resources, see our tutorial below.
Google Scholar & Books Tutorial
Library staff have added 1015 books to the library collection during first semester. Each book was reviewed, classified, cataloged, stamped, labeled, taped and shelved. Thanks go out to all the donors of these items, as well as to the hard-working library team of staff and volunteers.
Praise God for these valuable gifts.
Tired of cranking out bibliographies for your papers? Check out this online tool for creating bibliographies. You can save your info by registering for a free account, then download the list of citations when you are ready to make the final bibliography. Watch our tutorial to learn how to use BibMe.
Online journals are available to Arizona residents through the AZ State Library (AZ Secretary of State's office). Choose from Academic Search Complete, ERIC, Education Research Complete, Humanities International Complete, Business Resource Complete and individual magazines such as Business Week and Forbes.
These resources are available free to all residents of Arizona. You will need to enter your Arizona zip code to access the information. Once inside, you may create a free account to save searches, articles and bibliographic information.
For questions or additional information, contact us at AIC Library.
More than 100 books have been added to the library in these areas, including literary classics, history books and materials in anthropology & sociology. Our thanks goes out to Dr. Lori Pryor-Kuba for supplying these books to benefit our students.
Nearly 200 additional books for education majors are now available in the AIC Library. Primarily from our beloved Betty Hanna's personal library, including juvenile literature, education materials and native American resources, these continue her legacy through the library. In addition, Karen Bramble presented the library with a wealth of materials from her personal education collection. Together these donations increased our Education collection by 18%.
Great books in Business, Native American studies, Education, and Biblical studies have been added to the AIC Library, totaling over 500 volumes this semester. Valuable resources are being added continuously, so be sure to come by to check out a few.
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