Archive for the ‘resources’ Category

Prospector update

August 13, 2020

Prospector borrowing and lending has resumed in a modified capacity as member libraries have more staff on site or are reopening. The list of libraries that have resumed Prospector is being updated weekly. Questions? Contact interlib@regis.edu

Due dates and overdue fines

April 6, 2020

Due Dates and overdue fines: Due dates for Regis materials are currently extended to August 17, 2020. We are waiving overdue fines while campus access is closed. The book drops outside of the library are locked. If you have items checked out, please hold onto them until we are able to receive materials. Due dates will be extended and no fines will accrue for these materials.

We are here to serve you virtually! Chat with a librarian, access our research guides and databases – check out https://libguides.regis.edu/covid-19 for service updates.

Library closed

March 25, 2020

Due to the coronoavirus outbreak, the Library is closed until further notice. Please continue to check back for updates. We are here to serve you virtually! Chat with a librarian, access our research guides and databases – check out https://libguides.regis.edu/covid-19 for service updates.

Prospector shutting down temporarily

March 17, 2020

Prospector borrowing and lending is shutting down today, March 17th, as the vast majority of libraries participating in the service are closed and not available for interlibrary loan. The Prospector catalog is still searchable and many Regis library electronic resources can be accessed through it.

Prospector borrowing restored

September 25, 2019

Borrowing has been re-established in Prospector. If you encounter any issues or have questions about a request, please stop by the Access Services desk or email regisunilibrary@gmail.com.

https://encore.coalliance.org/iii/encore/?lang=eng

Multi-disciplinary open access repositories

September 6, 2019

Here are some additional open access repositories that should be useful for academic research across a multitude of disciplines and areas of study.

Digital Commons Network – https://network.bepress.com/

Social Sciences Research Network – https://www.ssrn.com/index.cfm/en/

CORE – https://core.ac.uk/ a kind of meta search engine for academic repositories worldwide.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us at regisunilibrary@gmail.com.

Peer Review Resources for Biology, Nursing, and Physical Therapy

August 30, 2019

Though the online library is down, there are still ways to find peer reviewed and scholarly articles for your classes. Open access journals allow free, unrestricted access to scholarly research. Check out some of the databases and journals below to get started with your research.

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Highlighting Black History Month

February 7, 2019

This month, there are 2 displays in the library highlighting Black History Month. You’ll find a selection of books and music on the 2nd floor, and a film display highlighting Black History Month through historic Oscar winners on the 1st floor.

Highlighting Black History Month through Oscar winners exhibit

Counseling and Family Therapy Scholarship Review

October 25, 2018

The Counseling and Family Therapy Scholarship Review is an open-access, peer-reviewed, online journal focused on promoting insights of diverse cultural-contextual perspectives to stretch the range of information available for the practice of counseling and systemic psychotherapy.

The CFTSR invites faculty, private practice clinicians, non-profit social services staff and graduate students to submit their original work to publish in our peer-reviewed online journal. A call for papers for the 2nd issue is out now.

The journal is the second journal hosted on ePublications at Regis University, a digital repository provided by the Regis University Library.

International Day of Peace, Sept. 21st

September 11, 2018

Stop by the library to check out our display in honor of International Day of Peace (September 21st). This year’s theme “The Right to Peace – The Universal Declaration of Human Rights at 70” was chosen to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Declaration of Human Rights.

Visit the following websites to learn more about the Right to Peace.

https://www.un.org/sustainabledevelopment/development-agenda/
https://www.un.org/sustainabledevelopment/sustainable-development-goals/
https://www.un.org/sustainabledevelopment/peace-justice/

Libraries for Peace display