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Printing a Booklist

Frustrated with trying to print a book list? It’s not perfect but here’s a work-around (and you don’t need to be logged in). Select items by sweeping your cursor over them, then right-click and choose from the pop-up box: Convert

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Coffee in the Library!

Survey says… We want coffee in the Library! Coffee and other beverages are now allowed in the Library. Our only request is that the beverage is in a permanent, travel mug type container – one that you would carry home

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Data: Childhood Wellbeing

Data, lots of data! Data-mining is a huge trend in Higher Education currently. There are lots of developments in providing well-presented searchable public access to the vast amount of data collected by researchers. Diversity Data Kids is one such new

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Logging In to Renew & Place Holds

We are working on making it easier to renew and place holds on books from home. In the meanwhile here’s how to log in to your Library account to do these important tasks. Here’s the log in page: http://bank.waldo.kohalibrary.com/#/ Your

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WiFi for Students, Faculty, & Staff

It really couldn’t be any easier than this – OK, maybe there are a few steps to take but you only have to do this once! First up, go to My Devices Portal, and follow the steps below. Now, you

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Mental Measurements Yearbooks: 2014 Update

The Buros Center for Testing (Mental Measurements Yearbooks) have updated their website. It’s nice and clean but we do have to figure out where everything is again. This is what you need to do to find out which volume a

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Google Scholar: Metrics 2014

Each year Google Scholar releases a series of metrics reports on publications that are popular amongst researchers. Journal ranking are based on how often a journal is cited. It’s a good guide for identifying resources that faculty and students can

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