The library will be closed this weekend and on Mon. and Tues., March 1-4.
We'll re-open to normal hours on March 5th.
Posted by Karen Elizabeth at 12:32 PM
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A couple years ago the ULM Library had access to Mergent Online, a business database, but we replaced it with another database. Now we're going back to Mergent again, and it's better this time! Before, there was a limit on the number of people allowed to use it at one time. That user limit is now gone and everyone can use it when they need it!
Posted by Karen Elizabeth at 10:49 AM
LexisNexis Academic is getting a new interface on Dec. 23rd. The look will change automatically on that day, and off-campus access should be the same.
The new search page will be similar to the current one except that there is only one search blank and navigating individual types of information will be different too. Here's a video LexisNexis made showing what the new interface will be like.
Posted by Karen Elizabeth at 3:16 PM
This week, the library will be closing on Wednesday at 1pm for the Thanksgiving Holiday. We'll re-open on Sunday.
Mon-Tues, Nov 25-26 7:30am–2am
Wed Nov 27 7:30am – 1pm
Thurs Nov 28-Sat Nov 30 CLOSED
Sun Dec 1 12 pm – 2am
Have a Happy Thanksgiving, ULM!
Posted by Karen Elizabeth at 4:19 PM
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If you like searching in Google Scholar but don't like playing the what-has-full-text guessing game, we have good news: You can now see ULM Library Links in Google Scholar! Visit our Google Scholar page to learn how. It's easy.
Posted by Karen Elizabeth at 10:00 AM
Happy new semester! The Library's Fall Schedule is now available on our website:
(subject to change)
Starting on Monday the 19th, the library will begin its Fall hours:
Mon – Thurs: 7:30am – 2 am
Fri: 7:30 am – 4:30 pm
Sat: 10 am – 4 pm
Sun: 12 pm – 2 am
Posted by Karen Elizabeth at 11:13 AM
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The ULM now has access to a new database for International trade, Import Genius.
Import Genius supplies import and export data from U.S. Customs and other sources. You can use it to see what companies are shipping, how much, and to where. ULM students and employees can use it on campus through the link below (this resource is not available off-campus at this time). You should see a login screen where you can make a free account.
Posted by Karen Elizabeth at 2:10 PM