Library Resource Updates for November
The Georgia Southern University Libraries are happy to announce the following updates to our collections:
New Resource: Visible Body Apps
Thanks to generous funding from the Student Technology Fee Committee, the Libraries now offer the Visible Body suite of apps. Visible Body provides a comprehensive set of anatomy and physiology learning and visualization tools. Visible Body Apps is available via the the A-Z Database List, GIL-Find (Library Catalog), and Discover @ Georgia Southern.
For more information about each of the Libraries’ Visible Body apps, including instructions for installation on supported devices, see the following support sites:
- Circulatory Premium: support site
- Human Anatomy Atlas: support site
- Muscle Premium: support site
- Physiology Animations: support site
- Skeleton Premium: support site
Georgiainfo is no longer being updated or maintained by the Digital Library of Georgia. The Libraries will remove all links to Georgiainfo on Monday, December 3rd, 2018. For alternative resources, please contact your liaison librarian.
FDsys Is Now govinfo
Launched February 2016, govinfo is a service of the United States Government Publishing Office (GPO) and provides free public access to official publications from all three branches of the Federal Government. See what’s available, including information on individual publications or collections of content, or view an alphabetical list of collections, publications, other resources, and external partner sites.
FDsys has now been replaced by govinfo. The Libraries will remove all links to FDsys on Monday, December 3rd, 2018. Please begin using govinfo now, which is available via the A-Z Database List, GIL-Find (Library Catalog), and Discover @ Georgia Southern.
FDsys provides public access to government information submitted by Congress and federal agencies and preserved as technology changes.
EBSCO Now Supports Diacritics
Discover @ Georgia Southern and the Libraries’ other EBSCOhost databases now supports searching with diacritics. Researchers are able to use the appropriate diacritic mark for specific words in their native language, allowing more precise search results. A diacritic is a mark that indicates pronunciation of a word. Sometimes a diacritic indicates a different word in the same language. Examples include:
- Campaña (Spanish “campaign”) vs. Campana (Spanish “bell”)
- Höra (Swedish “to listen”) vs. Hora (Spanish “hour”)
For more information, Ask Us!
- Zach S. Henderson Library: Contact the Research Services Desk at 912-478-5645.
- Lane Library: Contact the Reference Desk at 912-344-3026.
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