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The Library recently subscribed to the database Computer Science Digital Library. This database from IEEE provides access to over 380,000 IEEE Computer Society journal articles and conference papers from 27 online IEEE Computer Society peer-reviewed periodicals with all available archives. You can find the Computer Science Digital Library database in the list of All Databases […]
Halloween and Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) are coming. Find out what these two celebrations have in common, and celebrate the season with thousands of suitably macabre images from the ARTstor Digital Library. Check
Do you ever find it hard to keep up with all that is happening in higher education? As part of Furman’s subscription to The Chronicle of Higher Education, users can sign up for free newsletters, all delivered by e-mail. Academe Today, The Chronicle’s e-mailed daily newsletter includes top stories and essays published in the current […]
The Science Library is your place to prepare for those graduate school tests. Not only to we offer some of the best study space around, but we now offer study guides on reserve. Read the tips, copy the practice tests, get the knowledge and confidence you need – at no cost to you! We currently […]
Archives Unbound Search the content of thousands of pages of primary documents in a vast range of subjects. You may access the individual collections by choosing Browse. Currently there are nineteen different collections. There are first hand accounts of historical events as well as declassified documents that reveal the operations of many international issues of […]
On a trial basis, the Library is providing access to the electronic resource, Women and Social Movements in the United States. The trial runs through the month of November. Women and Social Movements in the United States is a resource for students and scholars of U.S. history and U.S. women’s history. Organized around the history […]
Furman is preparing for a performance of “The President’s Own” Marine Band on Friday, October 28. I’m sorry to say that if you did not get tickets in the first five hours they were available, you might miss out on seeing them live this time around. Do not despair! The Maxwell Music Library has a […]
Staff Picks: Favorites From our Children’s Collection We are excited to announce our newest public display highlighting childhood favorites. It’s a fantastic display that you should stop by and see at your earliest convenience. Reminisce, chat, compare and contrast our selections with your favorites.
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