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Leicester, Mass. 01524
This work includes 23 new ethnic groups and contains 152 revised ethnic entries on specific minority groups in the U.S., with an emphasis on culture (religions, holidays, customs, language) in addition to information on historical background and settlement patterns. The encyclopedia also covers ethnoreligious groups such as Jews, Chaldeans and Amish.
Becker College Libraries has added a new online journal to our collection – Online Journal of Nursing Informatics.
The Online Journal of Nursing Informatics (OJNI) is a free, international, professional, refereed publication that focuses on nursing informatics in all practice settings. OJNI is committed to addressing the theoretical and practical aspects of nursing informatics as it relates to the art of nursing. CINAHL indexes the journal.
Ruska Library will be open Monday through Thursday from 8am – 9pm all summer. Until June 17, the library will be open on Fridays from 8am – 12 noon. From June 24 – August 5, the library be closed on Fridays.
The libraries are continually adding New York Times best-selling fiction to both campus libraries. Stop in at either campus library to browse and borrow new titles.
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The Libraries have added over 7000 ebooks. Ebooks may be checked-out and downloaded to your device or borrow a library iPad. Adobe Digital Editions 1.7.1 or higher and Bluefire Reading App are required for offline viewing of most titles.
The OED is a historical guide to the meaning, history, and pronunciation of over 600,000 words from across the English-speaking world. The OED is considered the most complete record of the English language. It traces a word from its beginnings (which may be in Old or Middle English) to the present, showing the varied and changing ways in which it has been used and illustrating the changes with quotations which add to the historical and linguistic record