The Guardian and The Observer: Proquest Historical Newspapers

ProQuest Historical Newspapers: The Guardian and The Observer is a database you can use to find newspaper articles, reviews, advertisements, images and much more, published in the Guardian and Observer newspapers between 1791 and 2003. Originally, a regional Manchester-based newspaper, the Guardian is especially useful for researching local history topics. The Guardian archive offers a variety of search […]

Finding Newspaper Articles Using the ANZ Newsstand Database

this video covers finding newspaper articles using the ANZ Newsstand database the default search field is anywhere except full text tick the full text box to limit results to full text documents only the default date range is all dates type your search terms into the search boxes leave AND in between search boxes in order to combine […]

Run a faceted search | OpenText Media Management 16.3

You can perform a faceted search in Media Management using Filters. Here’s how. Run a search or a saved search. Navigate to Filters on the sidebar. Using a facet value, you can refine the search. Let’s click sky_sun. The filtered results automatically appear after you’ve clicked a facet. To refine this search further, let’s click Grey. To remove […]

Finding Newspaper Articles (GEOG101)

The purpose of this video tutorial is to help you find newspaper articles through the SUNY Morrisville Library website for your GEOG 101 class. From the library homepage, your search process begins with the OneSearch tool. Our search requires more than one keyword, so we want to use the “Advanced Search” option. You can find the “Advanced Search” […]

Coast Guard suspends search for missing man, 3 children amid ‘new information’

SEVERAL AGENCIES SAY THERE ARE áNO MISSING PERSONS REPORTS AMID THAT SEARCH THIS WEEKEND FOR A MAN AND THREE CHILDREN OFF KENNEBUNKPORT. THE COAST GUARD SUSPENDING THE SEARCH YESTERDAY — AFTER THEY SAY THEY RECEIVED NEW INFORMATION. WE DON’T KNOW WHAT THAT INFORMATION IS. A MAYDAY CALL CAME IN SATURDAY MORNING.. FROM A MAN SAYING HIS BOAT HAD […]

Do we still need Information Architecture (IA) when users can just search? (Kathryn Whitenton)

My name is Kathryn Whitenton and I teach Information Architecture with Nielsen Norman Group, and information architecture as a discipline has been around for a while now. The first IA Summit was back in the year 2000, but ironically some people seem to be less interested in information architecture these days simply because it *was* recognized so early […]

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