EndNote Classes, March 10th, 2011

Donna Kirking, lead trainer for EndNote, will be on-site on Thursday, March 10th to give two EndNote classes:

10:00-Noon: Building an EndNote Library (hands-on) *Basic
1:00-2:30: EndNote Advanced Q&A *Intermediate & Advanced

Both classes will be held in room 10-G in the Basement of the M.D. Anderson Library.

Cost is free but registration is required as seating is limited. Please complete the brief registration form at: http://info.lib.uh.edu/p/endnotemarch11
If you have questions, please contact Lee Andrew Hilyer, at lahilyer@uh.edu.

Posted on January 28th, 2011 by Lee Andrew Hilyer and filed under Announcements | Comments Off on EndNote Classes, March 10th, 2011

ProQuest Connectivity Problems

Access to ProQuest databases has been restored. If you get the an error message that states ” 2000: ProQuest is unable to retrieve the search results at this time” then please clear out your cache and cookies and restart your search. If the problem still persists, contact Electronic Resources as uhliber@mail.uh.edu.

Posted on January 24th, 2011 by Jeannie Castro and filed under Announcements | Comments Off on ProQuest Connectivity Problems

ProQuest connectivity problems

ProQuest databases are currently offline due to a problem with the ProQuest servers. As soon as access is restored a notice will be posted.

Posted on January 24th, 2011 by Jeannie Castro and filed under Announcements | Comments Off on ProQuest connectivity problems

Houston: The Magnolia City

Houston: The Magnolia City is now available in the Digital Library!

A collection of 9 published books (one of which spans 12 volumes) from the Houston Chamber of Commerce and other producers showing the progress of the city, its industry, and significant buildings. One booklet describes the building of the Gulf Building and includes lovely watercolor illustrations of the interior and exterior. Another series of books, Art Work of Houston, Texas, Published in Twelve Parts, was intended to describe and provide historical sketches of Houston from a strictly pictorial, artistic and non-advertising perspective. Published in 1904 it contains images of the neighborhoods, residences and buildings that made up the city of Houston at the time.  The Souvenir Album of Houston Texas is the oldest book with a known date in the collection. Published in 1891 it give the viewer a historic look at the prominent buildings in Houston.

Posted on January 14th, 2011 by Nicci Westbrook and filed under Announcements | Comments Off on Houston: The Magnolia City