Archive for 'What’s New?'

ERIC Database Affected by Government Shutdown

Due to a lapse of appropriations and the partial shutdown of the Federal Government, the systems that host the ERIC database at eric.ed.gov have been shut down.  Because we access ERIC through the EBSCOhost platform, we are able to search the database and access some full text content. However, any links that read “Full Text [...]

Upcoming Webinars: Finding Peer Reviewed Articles and RefWorks

Finding Peer-Reviewed Articles in the Library:  Saturday, September 7th, 2013, 10:00 AM  CDT Do you need to find articles for your coursework or dissertation?  Whether they need to be peer-reviewed or not, if you ever get frustrated that you sometimes get too many or too few results or results that don’t seem on-topic, then join us for this webinar and learn [...]

Changes to Harvard Business Review

Harvard Business School Publishing has decided to convert the most popular Harvard Business Review articles to read-only status by disabling the use of the Tools feature in Business Source Complete.  Printing, emailing, saving, citing, and exporting capabilities will no longer be available for 500 of the 12,000+ Harvard Business Review articles.  The records for all [...]

Spotlight: New Databases

Our library has recently added a number of new databases! Have you had a chance to check them out yet? Get a jump-start on the new quarter by looking through the Database Guides for the new databases: CINAHL Complete (Updated from CINAHL with Full Text): A nursing and allied health database containing more than 1,300 [...]

Spotlight: Find Missing Citation Information

The end is near! For most of you this is the last week of the quarter. While you have hopefully already seen these guides, these guides are for projects that you may have been working on all or part of the quarter that are due during the last week. Below the assignment guides, we will [...]

Academic Publishing Opportunities

As you progress in your research at Capella, you may begin to consider publishing your work. The Graduate Writing Center has an Academic Publishing Page with tips and information on the process of writing and submitting an article for publication. Choosing the Right Journal is an important part of the publishing process.  Here are two [...]

Spotlight: Legal Research

Thanks for checking out our blog! This week, we will start with a list of guides that have been created for week eight assignments, then we will be featuring guides on how to do legal research using our library. Reflective Practice PS4160 Criminal Procedure and Evidence PSY7210: Researching for Case Study Assignments (Unit 8) PSY7220 [...]

New Research Methods Database

Do you need to conduct primary research using a specific methodology?  Do you need to know which methodology is best for the type of information you want to gather?  The library is please to let you know that we recently added the Sage Research Methods (SRM) database. SRM is a tool designed specifically to help [...]

Spotlight: Finding Statistics

Looking for specific data? We have a great guide that contains tips on finding data sets and statistics. Check out our list of assignment guides first to see if any of your assignments this week has a guide, then use the link below to go to our Statistics and Government Resources Library Guide. BUS3004 Functional [...]

Spotlight: Find Articles Using the Articles You Already Have

Have you ever found a great article, and want to know how to find similar articles? This week we will feature Library Guides with tips on finding articles using the articles you already have, along with the guides that have been created specifically for assignments during week six. First, see if your course has a [...]