Now introducing the new research guide for students in the BSN program! This guide contains links to article databases, e-books, and other helpful websites for students enrolled in the nursing program at the Stafford Campus.
UMW Libraries is pleased to announce the digitization of the University’s student-run newspaper, The Bullet. Issues from 1922-2010 are now available online through the Internet Archive at https://archive.org/details/universityofmarywashington. The Bullet is a great source to use to learn more about the history of the University, to research specific events, and to get a snapshot of […]
Our newest exhibit is an informative and fun look at some of the artifacts that are housed in the University Archives. The exhibit highlights objects, ranging from arrowheads found at Brompton to a gym suit from 1928. Come see the Beanies freshmen had to wear when beginning their first semester and discover the Westmoreland dorm […]
Check out our new guide featuring resources for the Maker and DIY (Do It Yourself) communities. It highlights the ThinkLab, LearnerSpace, and useful library and web resources for anyone interested in participating in Maker/DIY activities. Image “Shining lightbulb concept isolated on the beige background” by shadphotos at http://www.flickr.com/photos/shadphotos/1312528502/
Citing your sources have you stumped? Looking for an easier way to organize your research? Zotero (http://www.zotero.org/) is a great free tool that helps you collect and organize your sources to create bibliographies! With Zotero, you can easily keep track of the sources that you find, and automatically generate citations in APA, MLA or Chicago […]
Interested in the rapidly expanding world of freely available books, articles, and videos? Then check out our new open access resources guides for links to a growing collection of free and open resources. Image “Open Access” by AJC1, available under a Creative Commons Attribution License at http://www.flickr.com/photos/ajc1/4051820019/
The ThinkLab @ Simpson Library is a collaborative Makerspace for students and faculty to learn and use a variety of emergent technologies, such as 3D printers, e-textiles, and embedded circuits and systems. This exhibit highlights this exploratory project and the way Makerspaces are allowing students in all disciplines to answer complex questions and experiment with […]
James Monroe, fifth president of the United States and author of the Monroe Doctrine, is one of Virginia’s most prominent native sons. His five-decade career as a public servant, during which time he held more public offices than any other U.S. president, included positions as a congressman, senator, governor, diplomat, secretary of state, secretary of […]