Month: May 2015

New Look for Cabell’s: Helping You Find a Home for Your Work

Looking for new publishing opportunities? We are pleased to announce that as of May 21st, Cabell’s directories of publishing opportunities launched a new, improved interface​. Cabell’s is making it easier to search for most appropriate publications for your research topics and manuscripts. In addition to a much improved look and feel,

Not Just Where to Click: New Book by DePaul Librarian

What makes a scholarly article scholarly? Who is an authority? Students new to the research process don’t necessarily understand that authority is constructed and contextual, or that the article they found using one of the Library’s EBSCO databases might have originally been published and distributed to an audience of researchers

Uncovering Chicago’s Historical Collections

This fall, faculty involved in the Chicago Quarter​ program, and those with an interest in the greater Chicago area, will have new resources available in the forms of a physical exhibit at the Chicago Public Library’s Harold Washington Library Center​ and an online resource that will streamline Chicago-related research queries.  These developments are thanks to the Chicago