June 20, 2018

Recent News

Library Workshops for Spring 2014

As you are planning your spring courses, please encourage your students to attend the Williams Workshops. These are free workshops on library and research skills. Students can request a certificate of attendance at the end of the workshop. If you have any questions, please contact Ruth Mirtz at rmmirtz@olemiss.edu. Link: Williams Workshops flier Spring 2014

New Subject Guides on Special Topics

Several new guides have been added to the library’s website by our subject librarians. Feel free to post these links on your Blackboard site or in assignment sheets to help your students locate good sources. Newspapers, for instance, can be found in several formats: online, print, and microfilm. Career resources include ways to find information […]

New Resources: Early newspapers, new videos, primary sources, and more

The library has added several online collections which can enhance your course and your students’ research projects. They include two sets of historical American newspapers, streaming video collections, and primary sources on Asia. Links are listed below. Feel free to provide these links to your students and fellow faculty members. Readex: Early American Newspapers, Series […]

State Government Documents have moved . . .

       The University Libraries collection of Mississippi state government documents are now next to the Interlibrary Loan office, on the first floor of the library. As you enter from the fountain side, take a right under the skylight, and you’ll see the Mississippi Room. These documents are marked with the location “state documents” and […]

New Study Spaces at Williams

              Come and visit the extension to the Information Commons on the first floor of J. D. Williams Library. The microfilm and microfiche cabinets have been moved around the corner, making way for 18 computer stations, new seating, and 3 group study areas.