September 15 to October 15 is National Hispanic Heritage Month!
The Kanopy streaming film database has curated a series of films celebrating culture and film, which includes 105 titles found in the Hispanic Heritage Month Collection. Any of these films can be used in classrooms, viewed by enrolled students, or added to Blackboard courses.
The official Hispanic Heritage Month organization’s website is also a great resource for primary source content, storytelling, image and film collections, and exhibits that have been organized around the country. Visit www.hispanicheritagemonth.gov to explore!
To celebrate Black History month, we are highlighting a selection of Independent films, many exclusive to the Kanopy streaming video database, that tell the stories of extraordinary African American musicians whose talent has shaped today’s music industry.
This film explores the life, times and music of piano legend James Booker, who is described as, “the best black, gay, one-eyed junkie piano genius New Orleans has ever produced.” This roller coaster portrait brings to life the unforgettable story of this amazing musician.
Continue reading Black History Month on Kanopy
Please review the website that Healey Library staff have prepared to address the recent database cancellations in light of the campus budget cuts. Feedback is welcome.
As of May 26, 2017, Healey Library will no longer be providing access to RefWorks. For over a decade, RefWorks has been licensed by Healey Library as our primary citation management platform, but the time has come to replace it with more sophisticated, cost-free citation management tools such as Zotero and Mendeley.
Please do not worry if you are currently using RefWorks for an assignment or research project that will be completed before the end of the academic year. We will continue to support and provide access to RefWorks for the remainder of the academic year, so students, faculty, staff, and alumni are certainly welcome to continue to use it up until we discontinue our subscription on May 26, 2017. If you no longer use RefWorks, your account will be deleted, and no further action is needed.
The Library encourages you, however, to consider your options for adopting a new citation management platform. The Library is offering assistance during this transition as follows:
- Librarians already have workshops available in selecting a citation manager as well as training in both Zotero and Mendeley. These workshops are available to all faculty, staff, and students and will be offered throughout the Spring semester as well.
- Librarians have prepared online documentation to assist all community members in the transition from RefWorks. You will find in this link clear instructions on how to export your reference library from RefWorks into another citation manager. You will also find a comparison of different citation management programs to help you choose a new citation management platform to use.
Please contact Mary Moser, Deputy Manager for Outreach, Marketing, Fundraising, and Grants at email@example.com or 617.287.3207 with any questions, concerns, or feedback. Thank you for your patience and your continued support of Healey Library!
On August 26th, a new Full Text Finder will replace the Healey Library eResources A to Z Title List. The new Full Text Finder will
- Browse and search journal, newspaper, and magazine titles by discipline/subject area
- Refine searches to peer-reviewed, publisher, and subject
- No longer include results for ebooks or streaming videos (search the Healey Library Catalog for the best ebook and streaming video results)
See our FAQ for instructions.