Hospitality & Tourism Index has been upgraded to Hospitality & Tourism Complete. This new full text database contains more than 700,000 records, with coverage dating as far back as 1965. There is full text for more than 340 publications, including periodicals, books, as well as company and country reports. Sources are both domestic and international in range and scope. Subject areas covered include culinary arts, demographics and statistics, development and investment, food and beverage management, hospitality law, hotel management and administrative practices, leisure and business travel, market trends, technology, and more.
The spring 2008 library open workshop schedule is now available. The workshops feature short, free, one-session instruction on a variety of topics, ranging from How to Use Your Library to advanced Lexis Nexis Searching. Graduate students can gain advice on Reinvigorating Your Research while faculty can learn Who's Citing You and Where Should You be Cited. All workshops other than How to Use Your Library require advanced registration. For more information, visit the Open Workshop Schedule.
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Work is being accepted for a juried exhibit, January 31-April 15, 2008, sponsored by UH Libraries. Open to UH students in any major. The exhibit jury includes directors and curators from the Blaffer Gallery, Houston Art League, Lawndale Art Center, Menil Collection, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, as well as UH Honors College and School of Art faculty members.
Submit 2D, ready to hang work in any medium, not to exceed 5'x5' or extend more than 4" from wall, to the Library Administration office on the 2nd floor of the M.D. Anderson Library or the Jenkins Architecture and Art Library. Work will be accepted until 5 pm, January 16th.
The database, Women and Social Movements Scholar's Edition, now provides access to documents that focus on the funding of the National Woman's Party between the 1910s and early 1930s. It also receives a major update for documents and audio files of the proceedings of the 1977 National Women's Conference in Houston. The database now "includes 79 document projects with more than 2,400 documents, 32,000 pages of additional full-text documents, and 1,700 primary authors. It includes as well book, film and website reviews, notes from the archives, and teaching tools."
Beginning January 4, the M.D. Anderson Library will start moving the TX Documents and US Documents to their new home in the compact shelving system. They will be housed in the ranges located adjacent to the Shelving Dept., on the north side of the basement. We anticipate the complete move to take a few weeks. Appropriate signage for the new sections is forthcoming. All materials will be fully accessible during the move process.