Monthly Archives: November 2013

Films on Demand playback Issues

The database Films on Demand contains thousands of titles ranging in subject matter from Anthropology, Nursing, Music & Dance, History, English Language & Arts (you’d probably be surprised at what’s in this resource).  But like (nearly) all resources you can … Continue reading

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The Dreaded Interview

As we all know an interview is something that for most of us is unavoidable, stressful, and nerve racking. However, if you are prepared (and you can never be too prepared) you can ease through the process with confidence. Whether … Continue reading

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New PBS streaming documentary videos

The following PBS documentary videos have been added to the library’s catalog: Hunting the Nightmare Bacteria (Frontline):  Frontline reporter David Hoffman investigates the alarming rise in hospitals, communities, and across the globe of untreatable infections. Fueled by decades of antibiotic … Continue reading

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Human Rights, Genocide, and Holocaust Materials

One of Olson Library’s many hidden gems is its strong collection of materials on genocide, human rights, and the Holocaust.  While World War II is an obvious common subject, there are also titles on World War I, the inter-war period, … Continue reading

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