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New Graphic Novels and Comics Collection

Perhaps you missed the recent announcement that (for the first time ever) a graphic novel made the longlist for the Man Booker Prize? This nomination of Nick Drnaso’s Sabrina is just one example of the increased attention that sequential art formats have seen in recent years. And we’re paying attention, too! Last year we created... more

Electronic Resources News

Added: ACS Symposium Series eBooks: Topics include agricultural and food chemistry, cellulose and renewable materials, chemical education, organic chemistry, polymer chemistry, materials and others. American Antiquarian Society (AAS) Historical Periodicals Collection: A collection of American periodicals. Dance Online: Dance in Video: Covers the full scope of 20th and 21st century dance. Early European Books: ZSR... more

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Added CINAHL Complete: Nursing and allied health journals with additional materials that include nursing dissertations, conference proceedings, evidence-based care sheets, audiovisuals and continuing education modules. Provided by the Carpenter Medical Library. Digital Theatre+: Hundreds of theatre productions and educational resources covering English and the performing arts. Education Week: National newspaper covering K-12 education. Gallup Analytics:... more

New Databases and Electronic Resources

Accessible Archives: Digitized American historical documents. The American Founding Era Collection: Andrew Jackson Papers and George Washington Papers. British Library Newspapers 1800-1900: Parts 1 and 2 British Parliamentary Papers 21st Century: Our access has been updated through 2015. CRC Combined Chemical Dictionary Credo Reference: Includes over 650 titles with particular emphasis on subject encyclopedias, dictionaries,... more

Fake News is in the News

Announcing the ZSR Library guide to “Fake News!” You’ve probably heard the term a lot since the 2016 general election. It might be coming up in your classes. If you’re wondering what it means or what you’re even supposed to do about it, this guide is for you! We want this guide to be a... more

Wake Forest Alumnus-Directed Film One of Many Available for Streaming

In recent years, the ZSR Library has responded to user demand for more streaming video. Compared to the DVD format, streaming video offers faculty more flexibility in assigning films for classes. Currently we offer over 41,000 streaming films – mostly documentaries and educational titles – across multiple vendor platforms. One popular platform is Kanopy, which... more

Electronic Resources News

New Resources Sage Video: Counseling & Psychotherapy Counseling and Therapy in Video IV These videos can be searched alongside the videos from modules I-III. RIPM (Retrospective Index to Music Periodicals and RIPM Online Archive of Music Periodicals) New Jacoby Ancient history resource. A revised edition of the Greek texts of Felix Jacoby’s Die Fragmente der... more

2016 : The Year in Reading

Before we wrap up 2016, let’s take some time to remember the year in reading! The following titles from our Browsing Collection represent books that spent most of 2016 checked out by our patrons. Browsing Book with most check outs of 2016 (tie) Waters of Eternal Youth by Donna Leon When Breath Becomes Air by Paul... more

Ho-Ho-Holiday Films @ ZSR

Looking to expand your holiday film repertoire? The ZSR Film Collection has many classic holiday films, as well as several lesser-known holiday films. Stop by the Media Room (room 403, 4th floor Reynolds Wing) to view the holiday film display and pick up a few DVDs to get you in the holiday spirit! Here are several recommendations that... more

Using HeritageQuest Online for Genealogy Information

I’m a big fan of the North Carolina Room of the Forsyth County Public Library for local and state history, genealogy, culture, biography, travel, literature and folklore, as well as federal, state and local government information. In addition to that local resource, for patrons interested in geneology, NCLive also offers North Carolina libraries access to HeritageQuest Online, a... more