New Database for Consumer Market Research: Mintel

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Mintel provides extraordinarily up-to-date and in-depth analysis of consumer markets based on original survey research. Access Mintel's U.S. reports from the library's databases listings.

Some examples of the questions Mintel can answer:

  • How many people have bought new athletic shoes in the last year?
  • What are the top trends in the mattress market?
  • What are the most common uses of voice assistants?
  • How often do most people eat at a fine dining restaurant?

Library Adopts RapidILL System to Streamline Interlibrary Loan for Articles

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There are over 20 million journal articles available from the library, but that number is only a portion of all articles that have ever been published. To better facilitate fast, easy and reliable requesting of articles from beyond CBU's collections, the library has adopted RapidILL. RapidILL is built into existing systems, so those who already submit requests don't need to change anything. View the press release.

Color, Cashless and Wireless Printing Now Available

Due to the efforts of CBU ITS, we're very happy to announce that color printing is now available in the library and around campus! You can also now print from wifi. A wide variety of payment options are available, including LancerBucks, Paypal and more. Cash payments for printing are no longer accepted.

Printing requires setting up a free user account. Don't wait, register today! You can learn more about the new printing options here.

New printing kiosk

Rose Lilley Retires after 23 Years of Service

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Rose Lilley, Library Assistant for Technical Processing at the Annie Gabriel Library since 1996, retired at the end of June. For over two decades, she was instrumental in the preservation and expansion of the library's print collections. Her loving and thoughtful care will be reflected throughout the Annie Gabriel Library for decades to come. From the library staff and the many students whose lives you've touched: thank you, Rose!

Library E-Resources Update: Spring 2019

From trending infographics to high-res art, from chemical compounds to literature criticism from Oxford University Press, there's something for everyone in the library's most recent e-resources additions:

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Statista –  A user-friendly source for a wide range of trustworthy statistics, with an emphasis on business applications. Statista also includes up-to-date reports on particular countries, companies, consumer markets and trends. Available from our databases listings.

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Artstor – Over 2.5 million high-res images comprising the world's cultural heritage: anthropology, archaeology, architecture, art history, fashion, costume, literature, religion, and theater, all rights-cleared for educational use. Available from our databases listings and discoverable in OneSearch.

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DynaMed Plus – If you previously used DynaMed for evidence-based point-of-care reference information in the health sciences, you're going to love this major upgrade. Use in your browser, or install the mobile app! Available from our databases listings and discoverable in OneSearch.

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SciFinder – The world's most comprehensive and authoritative source of chemical substances, reactions and literature references. Available from our databases listings.

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JSTOR Life Sciences – Access back to volume one, issue one of 162 of the most influential journals in biology, health sciences, ecology, botany, plant science, conservation and zoology. JSTOR is available from our databases listings and each article is discoverable in OneSearch.

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Oxford University Press Humanities Journals – Dozens of new humanities e-journals from one of the most esteemed academic publishers. Each title is listed in Journals A-Z, and each article is discoverable in OneSearch. logo Social Work Collection – With this upgrade of, we've added 41 streaming videos addressing the fundamentals and core competencies of social work practice. is available from our databases listings and discoverable in OneSearch, OneSearch Catalog, and Webcat.

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APA Style Central is now... Academic Writer

The library database known as APA Style Central has a new name -- Academic Writer -- but the same great tools to help you write professionally according to the standards of the APA.