— Tom Wheeler (@tewheels) December 8, 2017
Access Nexis Uni: http://ezproxy.ithaca.edu:2048/login?url=https://www.nexisuni.com
Nexis Uni webinar registration (free online training): Webinar registration page
Nexis Uni support page: www.lexisnexis.com/nexisunisupport
The LexisNexis Academic link will be removed from the databases list on January 2. Nexis Uni is the interface that is replacing it. The content is the same.
In addition to the NYT (1851-2013) and the WSJ (1889-2000) (which we’ve subscribed for years) Ithaca College Library now has access to the following ProQuest historical newspapers:
- Chicago Tribune (1849-1993)
- Los Angeles Times (1881-1993)
- The Washington Post (1877-2000)
Check it out by signing in with Netpass and viewing the checked databases on the ProQuest list of databases (click the + next to ProQuest Historical Newspapers to see the full list): https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.ithaca.edu/databases/advanced?accountid=11644
This week is Open Access Week: http://www.openaccessweek.org/
Celebrate by exploring one of the following library guides:
- Digital Commons at IC: https://library.ithaca.edu/sp/subjects/DCatIC
Our online showcase of the scholarship and creative works produced by Ithaca College students, faculty, and staff. Includes Whalen Symposium materials, School of Music concert programs, student honors papers, student theses, Cayugan yearbooks, archival photo collections, and back runs of the Ithacan,
Take a look: http://digitalcommons.ithaca.edu/
- Open Access: https://library.ithaca.edu/sp/subjects/OAS
Covers: What is Open Access, Author’s Rights, OA journal models & repositories
- Evolving Scholarship in a Digital Age: Metrics and Management:https://library.ithaca.edu/sp/subjects/EvolvingScholarship
Covers: Altmetrics, Finding research data, & Data Management
- Open Educational Resources: https://library.ithaca.edu/sp/subjects/OER
Covers: OER Course Materials, texts, dissertations, etc.
From USA Today:
USA TODAY NETWORK launched today “The Wall: Unknown Stories, Unintended Consequences.” This landmark multi-media report examines in unprecedented detail President Donald Trump’s signature campaign promise to build “a great wall” on the U.S.-Mexico border. It reveals the challenges and consequences, including a NETWORK investigation finding that building a wall in mostly wide-open Texas could require disrupting or seizing nearly 5,000 individual parcels of property.
Take a look at the multi-media report: https://www.usatoday.com/border-wall/
Access the report: https://shorensteincenter.org/network-sunday-morning-talk-shows/
From the Executive Summary:
We studied the content and Nielsen ratings for interviews on the three network Sunday morning talk shows—Meet the Press (henceforth MTP), Face the Nation (FTN), and This Week (TW). We compared three time periods—1983 (MTP, FTN), 1999 (all three shows), and 2015 (all three shows). In order to insure apples-to-apples comparisons, for over time comparisons, we either restricted our analyses to MTP and FTN or analyzed the data with and without TW. For “overall” snapshots we included all three shows (MTP, FTN, TW).
Our goals were fourfold: (1) identify any discernible (sic) trends in the topics and types of guests featured on the Sunday talk shows, (2) identify any trends in audience ratings, (3) assess whether and to what extent trends in topics and guests correlate with audience ratings, and (4) assess whether, to what extent, and under what circumstances, the Sunday talk shows influence the subsequent news agenda.