Regis University Library Resources, Services, and Events
You made it halfway through the semester or completed 8 week 1 and are ready for 8 week 2! As you begin those final assignments and research papers, we want to remind you of all the resources and services that the library has to offer. We can help with choosing a topic, finding scholarly sources, or citing your resources. Contact us:
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*Your Library Resources*
The digital collections at Regis University contain a wide variety of digital information in either born-digital or digitized formats, including scholarly work by students and faculty of the university, as well as unique, digitized archival materials and institutional records from the Dayton Memorial Library's Archives and Special Collections.
The collections reside in two web-based repositories:
ePublications at Regis University – An institutional repository on the Digital Commons platform. Look here for electronic theses and Jesuit Higher Education: A Journal.
Shared Shelf Commons - A digital asset management system. Here you will find digitized collections such as the Santo collection.
Learn more about and explore our digital collections: http://libguides.regis.edu/digcoll
Writing and Citation Help
The Learning Commons and Regis University Library have created a guide to assist you with writing assignments and citing sources. The Writing and Citation Help Guide includes handouts, and pamphlets on parts of a paper, grammar and usage, the APA citation style and much more. Have questions? Contact and appointment request information are available on the guide as well. ASK US!
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DML has many online and print resources to research African American History. Here are just a few.
- We Were Prepared for the Possibility of Death: Freedom Riders in the South, 1961 A digital collection of 4,285 documents from the Federal Bureau of Investigation Library
A superb source in African-American studies, Oxford AASC has over 8,000 articles, commentary, primary source documents, images, charts, maps, and timelines.
Provides access to online films, texts, images, and audio recordings related to the Civil Rights movement in the United States in the 1950s and 1960s. The site provides both simple keyword searching and advanced searching. Content also can be browsed by Events, Places, People, Topics, Media Types (including print, government records, correspondences, etc.)
In celebration of Women's History Month, explore some primary source and digital collections as well as our book display in the library.
The immediate experiences of 1,325 women recorded in 150,000 pages of diaries and letters are captured here. The women lived from the Colonial era to 1950.
It includes book, film and website reviews; teaching tools; a dictionary of social movements and organizations; and a chronology of U.S. women’s history.
Searchable and browsable collection of documents from the Duke University archives.
On March 4th, the Government Publishing Office or GPO celebrated it 155th birthday. Regis University Library has been receiving government publications from GPO for over 100 of those years. The GPO and libraries strive to "Keep America Informed" by providing open access to government information. No matter your area of study, there are many valuable federal government resources in print and online that you have access to. Find some here on the Government Research Guide.
Tech It Out- Campus Drone in the Quad
Thursday, April 7th, 12pm
Regis University Library- Campus Quad in front of the Library
RSVPs are enabled for this event.
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Santos exhibit in the Library Gallery