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List of New Additions at the Libraries

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The Burglary (Book) by Betty MedsgerEach week, the UB Libraries provide an updated list of recently acquired material.  The New Additions list provides access to new titles added to the University Libraries.New books, journals, and government documents in all formats, including electronic, are included.

The list is refreshed each Monday with items remaining on the list for two weeks.

You can view the list from off the UB Libraries web site or directly at http://bison.buffalo.edu:8991/buf_new_additions.html

Proxy Server Bookmarklet

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The UB Libraries proxy server bookmarklet lets you reload a web page through the Libraries proxy server. If the page you are visiting is one that the library has a subscription for, and you’re presently off-campus, then you should get you immediate access to the resource once you’ve logged in with your UBITName and password. Your UBITName is your University at Buffalo Information Technology username, which is usually given to you when you arrive on campus.

Visit the Proxy Server Bookmarklet web site at http://library.buffalo.edu/libraries/helpAZ/proxytools.html to find out more.

Library Widgets – Enhance Your Research!

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Library Widgets are web or browser-based tools to enhance your research process. By installing these tools, you can make library research a little easier. Install Firefox plugins or Facebook apps for such tools as:

  • BISON Catalog – search for books, journals, media, and more.
  • Electronic Journals – search for specific journal titles.
  • WorldCat – search for books, journals, media, and more.
  • JSTOR – search for scholarly journal articles

Visit the Library Widgets web site at http://library.buffalo.edu/libraries/widgets/ to find out more.

Website for International Students

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The UB Libraries provide a website focusing on Resources for International Students. A highlight is translated audio tours of the Libraries in Japanese and Mandarin Chinese. Also available are links to multi-language journals, foreign language newspapers, English as a second language (ESL) resources, research tips, and contacting a librarian by instant message, email, phone or in person.

On August 25, 2008, WBFO 88.7 FM interviewed site developers Ligaya Ganster and Dorothy Tao. See the article UB Libraries Welcoming International Students for more information.

Click the icon above to listen to the WBFO story.