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It’s a good time to be a science major. Why? Because Hannon Library now provides free access to Science Online.

The Latest Research

Science Online is the world’s leading journal of original scientific research. New editions are published every week, connecting you to the latest science research, news, and commentary as well as over twenty years of archived content.

All articles are full text and peer-reviewed, giving you the power of cutting-edge research for your papers and class projects. The subjects covered by this journal are too many to list and include fields like anthropology, ecology, psychology, and medicine.

Easy Searches and Citations

Articles include references and notes with links to source materials and other related resources. And citation is a breeze thanks to clearly listed, easy-to-find publication information.

The website is simple to navigate and puts the latest updates right at your fingertips. Browse by topic or by table of contents of the most recent updates. You can also search for articles by keywords, article type, or publication date.

New E-Resources

Hannon Library is committed to providing SOU students and faculty with access to high-quality materials and resources. There are more great e-resources being introduced this year, so subscribe to this blog and make sure you get the latest news and updates.

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Long Night Against Procrastination – Spring Term

May 10
8 pm – midnight
First Floor, Hannon Library

We know it’s been a long year for many of you, but let’s finish off strong with a successful spring term. Let Hannon Library help you get your research, papers, and projects in order. Come to the Long Night Against Procrastination!

Why come? First off, there’ll be free food, coffee, and tea. And if that’s enough, we’ll also have a number of services to give you that edge in the never-ending battle against deadlines: tutoring in science, math and writing; librarians providing one-on-one research assistance; academic advising; and even career advising.

New this term will be librarians dedicated to helping students with their Capstone papers – The Capstone Crisis Center, as well as Financial Aid advising.

And for those study breaks, there’ll games, coloring sheets for relaxation, and other cool activities.

Bring your student ID to enter a raffle for $25 and $50 Raiders Cash gift cards!

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Can it really be that time again? Classes are steamrolling along, midterms are springing up, and those essay due dates aren’t as far off into the future as they were the last time you looked. Sounds like what you might need is a Long Night Against Procrastination!

Wednesday, February 15
8 PM – Midnight
1st Floor Learning Commons

Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to get ahead with extra access to library resources. Enjoy a wide array of library services, advising, and extra perks:

  • free food, hot coffee and tea
  • tutoring in science, math and writing
  • one-on-one research help with librarians
  • career advising and resume help
  • academic advising

And when you need a break from studying, take part in free yoga sessions, relaxation activities, or even a drawing for Raiders Cash gift cards. Of all the nights to stay home, this isn’t one of them!

Email Hannon Library if you have questions about Long Night: libraryevents@sou.edu

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With week eight of the term getting underway, it’s about time to start studying for finals! With the right help and guidance, there is no need to stress.

There are many study skills books out there, like the ones on display on the third floor of the library. Books like these can teach you how to use your resources and how to manage your time.

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The library has all kinds of wonderful resources for students to utilize, such as the Tutoring Center–which offers tutoring in writing, math, and scienceand face to face research assistance with subject-specialist librarians.

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