Now that Spring Break is behind us, we realize that paper deadlines are looming and midterms seem to never end. We are here to help! If you’d like some help finding good sources for your papers, finding good keywords to use in your searching, tracking down a citation, or getting a book or article from another library, just let us know. Stop by the library front desk and just let us know how we can help. You can also email us at email@example.com, text us at 66746 – start your question with miislib, or post a question on the library’s Facebook page - http://www.facebook.com/MIISLibrary.Read More
Just a few more days, and Spring Break will be here. Library hours for Spring Break are as follows:
Saturday & Sunday, March 17 & 18 CLOSED
Monday – Friday, March 19 – 23 8:30-5:00
Saturday & Sunday, March 24 & 25 10:00AM – 10:00PM
Enjoy your break!
The Library has just joined the Facebook community. Look for Monterey Institute of International Studies Library and the Like us. We’ll be posting library news and research tips that you might find helpful!Read More
In honor of this week’s Career Fair, the library is featuring new titles from our Career Collection. Stop by the display case in our front lobby to browse these new books – all are available for you to check out if you see something you are interested in.Read More
We are very pleased to announce that we now have access to ScienceDirect Freedom Collection – you’ll find it linked to our database pages. Freedom Collection is a package of over 2,000 electronic journals in a broad array of disciplines with significant strength in environmental sciences, energy, and nuclear energy. We have access to current issues of journals as well as issues dating from 2008.
Join us for a drop-in workshop and learn more about the Taylor & Francis Social Sciences/Humanities e-journal package. There are 2 sessions:
Monday, February 13 6:00-6:30PM
Tuesday, February 14 12:30-1:00PM
We’ll meet in the library’s instructional lab.Read More
If you are interested in keeping up on news from China or doing research on current topics, you’ll like Current Digest of the Chinese Press. In partnership with Middlebury, we have a new subscription to this online compilation of stories from the Chinese press that have been translated into English. We have access to all issues from 2011, including the inaugural issue.
To find Current Digest of the Chinese Press, visit the Databases, Ejournal & Ebooks page on the Library’s website. You’ll find it linked to the News, Policy and Business, Economic & Trade databases pages.Read More
Here are a couple of things you might want to do in the next few days:
Stop by our front desk so that we can set up a library account for you. Your student ID card is also your library card. Bring that with you so that we can set up your borrower’s account.
Ask for a library tour. If you missed a tour during Orientation Week, just let us know. We will be happy to arrange a tour at your convenience.
Let us know if you have any questions!
If you are looking for statistics on China, we are happy to report that we now have access to China Data Online. This database features both national, provincial and city statistics. With census figures, industrial production, trade and demographic statistics, this site is a terrific addition to our database list.Read More