Category Archives: Information Resources

Black History Month 2014 – Claire T. Carney Library – UMass Darmouth

Library of Congress: World-Telegram photo In celebration of black history month, the Claire T. Carney Library is highlighting select resources. Librarian liaison for African Studies, Linda Zieper, identified several books and websites which have been compiled into a handy black … Continue reading

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The Claire T. Carney and UMass Law libraries “Go Live” With New Next Generation Library Systems Alma and Primo – Jan. 22nd, 2013

The UMass Dartmouth Claire T. Carney Library and UMass Law library are pleased to announce the unveiling of the new library services platform Alma and the search discovery and access system Primo. Selected to be part of an Alma Early Adopter Program, UMass … Continue reading

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Books to Go @ Carney Library! Look for Them On The Shelves In the New Carney Library Café/Lounge.

Books to Go @ Carney Library Looking for a time out from work and studies? Marking time in between classes? Looking for inspiration? Or just a good laugh? BTG may just be the answer. It’s a new collection of books … Continue reading

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BLC WorldCAT & MassVC Virtual Catalogs Currently Unavailable During Library’s Transition to new ALMA Library System

The virtual catalog direct lending services of the Boston Library Consortium (BLC WorldCAT NRE) and the Massachusetts Virtual Catalog (MassVC) are temporarily unavailable through the Carney Library. UMassD Library Services are in the midst of implementing and transitioning to a new … Continue reading

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EBSCO databases are currently unavailable – Vendor Is working to resolve the issues

We’re sorry, but all of the databases from the vendor EBSCO are currently unavailable. We are in communication with EBSCO to ensure that they return as soon as possible. It is not a UMassD problem, all libraries are experiencing this … Continue reading

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U.S. Govt. Printing Office and Library of Congress Collaborate to Create iPad App – Will Provide Increased Access to Congressional Record

from the Federal Depository Libraries Program listserv: Once again the U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO) and the Library of Congress (LC) have collaborated to increase access to the Congressional Record (CR). At the request of the House Administration Committee, LC … Continue reading

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DART arrives … a new cultural magazine produced by UMassD Students

DART a new cultural magazine produced by UMassD Students arrives on campus this week. Look for it in paper on campus or check it out online at: http://issuu.com/umassdartmagazine “DART is a product of the Umass Dartmouth Department of English. Over the … Continue reading

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Diário de Notícias Newpaper Digitization Project Unveiled – by the Claire T. Carney Library’s Ferreira Mendes Portuguese-American Archives and Center for Portuguese Studies and Culture

The Diário de Notícias Newspaper Digital Collection and search tool was made public today.  The Diário de Notícias Newspaper Digitization Project, developed and supported by the Claire T. Carney Library’s Ferreira Mendes Portuguese-American Archives in collaboration with the Center for … Continue reading

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Opportunity for Students and Faculty in Quantitative Research Methods

Registration is now open for enrollment in the Interuniversity Consortium for Political and Social Research’s (ICPSR) Summer Program. This is a great opportunity for faculty and students to learn about quantitative research methods. The Summer Program offers a variety of … Continue reading

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