In the last two months this blog has discussed two exciting new databases: JoVE Science Education – Basic Biology and JoVE Science – Advanced Biology. Also available in this cutting edge set of science oriented databases is JoVE Science Education – Environmental Sciences. Continue reading
Last month an in depth look of the database JoVE Science Education – Basic Biology was posted and discussed all that it can do for you when researching topics pertaining to Biology. For those of you who read the blog, or those of you hearing about this database for the very first time, there is exciting news, the next level in biology research will be explored with JoVE Science Education – Advanced Biology. Continue reading
We all enjoy apps that help us in our everyday life.
We found a handful that you might be interested in adding to your collection.
Be sure to check these out!
MyTSA (Android, iOS): Are you heading to the airport for a vacation or business trip and are concerned with what you can bring on the plane or what ID requirements you may need? MyTSA has all the answers. There is also a list of what clothes to wear during your flight for maximum comfort.
AllTrails – Hiking & Running (Android, iOS): Finding the best spot to do some serious outdoor hiking can be tedious, finding the best spot that is both close by and features the natural beauty you expect can take some serious planning. In that case AllTrails is your best bet. It provides photos of obstacles around the trail and where to find the most scenic views.
Songkick Concerts (Android, iOS): Live music can be one of the most exciting elements of any interesting urban scene, but finding where to go and what the charge might become can hinder the experience. Just use Songkick, it is your own personal assistant to find the best concerts. It also features a list of recommended acts and performers.
Find Chocolate! (Android only): Getting a craving for chocolate can be somewhat all consuming and you need to get your fix. There is a way to find it anywhere with the Find Chocolate! App! The Find Chocolate! App can point you in the direction of 2,800 Chocolate shops all around the world. Additionally, all users get to rate and review all of their chocolate experiences.
NASA (iOS only): As our understanding of the universe grows with the new technology that seems to change at a rapid pace, having access to what NASA is up to could be enlightening. On the NASA app you can view videos, mission information, the latest images from interstellar space, news, and even NASA TV.
Originally posted in the Freeman/Lozier Library’s quarterly newsletter, More Than Books, V. 21 No. 1, Winter 2017.
The Bellevue University Library possesses several excellent business related databases. Many students simply head over to Business Source Complete and receive some of the information in the business field of study, but this database may get you over the hump on your next research assignment: SAGE Business Cases. Continue reading
One of the core demographics here at the Bellevue University Library are Business students. The Bellevue Library offers many avenues to research pertinent business information. However, most of our business information relates to large public companies with household names like Wal-Mart or General Electric. To get the best information on small businesses check out Small Business Reference Center. Continue reading
Business information is always useful for business and business related students. The Bellevue University Library has a very strong collection of business based databases. If you are looking for a lesser known but no less helpful database with a strong investment element, we suggest you check out the database, Value Line Investing Research. Continue reading
If you are searching for a new and exciting form of data that can really take your business research to the next level by emphasizing trends found in demographic information from the United States, look no further than the database, DemographicsNow. Continue reading
It’s not hard to find interesting or useful facts when you crack open a book in the library.
Let’s see what fun facts Matt found when he browsed through the Reference stacks. Continue reading