Archive for November, 2009

Company Profiles in Business Source Complete

Did you know that you can find Company Profiles (including Data Monitor reports, Company History, Revenue analyses, and SWOT analyses) in Business Source Complete? When you access the Business Source Complete database (via the library’s Articles, Books, and More link), look for the More link on the dark blue bar along the top of the […]

Help! – Why is my search not working?

You’ve all been there it’s a Sunday or late in the evening and you have been searching for “hours” – You are not getting what you need. What can you do if a librarian is not available to help. 1. If your assignment is not due right away, stop searching and send us an email. […]

Television and Radio Transcripts

Looking for transcripts of television or radio interviews? Our LexisNexis database has them. Once you have opened the LexisNexis database, just follow these easy steps: 1) Type in your search terms in the Search Terms box. 2) Check the TV and Radio Broadcast Transcripts box in the Search within area and make sure that is […]

Facebook: The CiteMe Citation Application

So just when you thought Facebook was only for viewing baby pictures and following the everyday activity of friends and family, one of your Capella Librarians stumbles across a useful application. The application is called CiteMe and is pretty slick to use, coming from www.worldcat.org. But, like all citation generators, you need to verify with […]

Announcing the New Tutorial: Finding Resources for Your Literature Review

Our new tutorial Finding Resources for Your Literature Review is a comprehensive overview of specific search techniques you can use to assure you leave “No Stone Unturned” in finding everything available on your topic for your literature review. The tutorial includes the following new media pieces: Defining Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Resources Keyword Searching for […]

Google Fast Flip – A faster way to get your news?

A new Google Labs experiment called Google Fast Flip wants to help people read news online in a faster format. From the Google Blog Post regarding this new “experiment” it talks about how long it takes to read the news on the web as you wait for each page to load for a news article. […]

New PsycBOOKS Titles – Oct 2009

PsycBOOKS added the following titles to its coverage list in October 2009. Of the titles added, 3 were APA books and 20 were designated classic books. Classic books are landmark titles in psychology and are selected by APA experts. APA Books 1. Addictive behaviors: New readings on etiology, prevention, and treatment, ©2009, by Marlatt, G. […]

Harvard Business School Videos in Business Source Complete

The Business Source Complete database now includes 55 videos from the Harvard Business School’s Faculty Seminar Series. These videos cover a variety of business topics, and are about an hour long. You can either watch them online or read a PDF copy of the transcript. If you’d like to see the videos, you can simply […]

RefMobile: RefWorks on the go!

Learners have been inquiring about RefMobile, a newer RefWorks mobile version that allows you to access your RefWorks account with your mobile device. I decided I’d give it a try and see what all the buzz was about with my iPod Touch. I found this guide very helpful when I first tried RefMobile and started […]

Credo Reference Database – New Guide Available!

Last week I blogged about a new guide for CQ Researcher recently available. This week I wanted to announce the Credo Reference User Guide is also now available. To access the guide just go to the to the Library Homepage and following this path: Click Articles, Books and More (your one-stop-shop for all of the […]