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Looking to Publish? Introducing a New Tool for Responsible Journal Selection

  Update for June 19: Language in this post has been updated to reflect Cabells’ June 8 decision to implement a site-wide change in terminology to “Journalytics” and “Predatory Reports” instead of “Whitelist” and “Blacklist.” After copious amounts of research, countless edits and grueling hours spent triple-checking citations, finding a subject-appropriate and trustworthy

COVID-19 and Affordability Challenges: Support Students with Open Educational Resources (OERs) and Library Resources

It has been a collective effort and learning experience for all of us to quickly transition to a fully online spring quarter due to COVID-19. One of the early lessons for the library was the realization that students who cannot afford to purchase course materials have become even more vulnerable.

Researching African American History with New Library Resources

February is Black History Month, and the DePaul University Library is excited to introduce new databases for researching African American history. These three new resources contain a wealth of primary source material that documents African American lives and experience. HistoryMakers Digital Archive These oral histories cover a broad scope of