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Moving on…. Moving up

I am excited to share that I will be moving to a new position here at the Library working primarily with our electronic resources – of which we have many!

If you have not had the opportunity to explore the electronic resources available to you on-site here at the Library, please take a look.  These resources can be browsed alphabetically or you might prefer to look at the resources for a particular subject (like maybe Business, Economics & Industry) by selecting from the drop down list, or just scroll through the “Most Used Databases” list to see what is popular.  On these lists you will see subscription databases as well as some freely available resources that our librarians find to be valuable sources of information.  When you see a padlock next to a resource, keep in mind that you will have to be physically here in one of our reading rooms to gain access to that database.

Since I will be moving on you might be wondering, who will be authoring for business?

You’ve read posts from her here on Inside Adams.  In fact, she is one of our more frequent guest authors so it just seems logical to pass the torch to Ellen Terrell, my colleague and a Business Reference Specialist.   If you look at some of her posts you will notice that she has a penchant for historical material and a fondness for New Orleans.  She also keeps up with current business related topics and legislation.  I have no doubt that she will provide relevant and interesting posts!

You may see my name on posts for the next few weeks as we transition.  Beyond that, look for me as a guest author!

One Comment

  1. Pat Padua
    August 13, 2010 at 9:04 am

    Congratulations Donna!

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