Monthly Archives: September 2013

Discarded files become archival history of Palmer Seminary

This week’s blog post comes to us from our Librarian for Public Services, Administration & Research, Joy Dlugosz. Joy wears many “hats” here in the library, including that of Assistant Archivist to University Archivist Dr. Fred Boehlke. Over the summer, an interesting archival discovery was made…. “This summer while our new university president, Dr. Duffett, […]

Four ways to find recipes on the web

I read recipes the same way I read science fiction. I get to the end and say to myself ‘well, that’s not going to happen’. ― Rita Rudner, author, humorist I thought I would write this week’s blog post about a couple of really cool ways to find recipes on the internet, since Eastern has […]

JSTOR adds free, online access to scholarly content

Welcome to the start of Fall Semester! We’re kicking things off with a post about JSTOR’s beta program, Register & Read. This experimental program allows JSTOR users to access and read online articles from over 1,200 journals and over 700 publishers. In other words- get EVEN MORE content from JSTOR than what the library subscribes […]