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Primal Pictures

Primal Pictures

See 3-D images of the human body, with animations and videos.

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Data-Planet Statistical Datasets

Data-Planet Statistical Datasets

Data-Planet is home to a wealth of statistical data.

Read about Data-Planet

SRS Library Awards 2016

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The Library gave 4 awards at this year's Student Research Symposium. 

Winning Projects

Unlock the mysteries of the mind


EBSCO's PsycINFO database isn’t just for psychology majors!

Learn more about PsycINFO

BuildIT featured on NPR

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Jenny Wong-Welch is interviewed about BuildIT.

NPR article

Tools for archival research

Finding aid database

Search for manuscript and archival material held in our Special Collections and University Archives.

Finding Aid Database

Mango Languages

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Have you ever wanted to learn a foreign language without having to spend months in a classroom? Now you can! With the library’s new subscription to Mango Languages online, learning another language has never been easier. Just set up an account, pick from eleven available languages, and get started via Mango’s easy to use online dashboard.

ProQuest Dissertations & Theses

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Looking for a thesis or dissertation but don’t know where to begin? 

Scan Sources with Your Phone

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Did you know you can scan documents using your phone's camera and save the files to cloud storage places like Google Drive or Dropbox?

If you've got an Android phone, your best bet is the free Google Drive app.  Just download it from Google Play, sign into your Google account, click the + and choose "Scan." You can scan multiple pages, and then save them as one file in Google Drive.  Easy!