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Free Writing Resources and Tutor Services
Pacifica offers free writing resources and tutor assistance, including English as Second Language (ESL) writing assistance, to currently enrolled students who need help with course papers (but not dissertations or theses). Tutors may help with grammar, structure, MLA and APA formatting, and more. Please see the Writing Resources & Tutors page for more information. Diversity Resources Website Now Available
The Graduate Research Library is pleased to announce the creation of a library diversity resources website. This website is being developed on an iterative basis, meaning this is neither the final version nor an all-encompassing exhaustive guide to diversity resources, but we hope that it will provide you with research assistance on diversity-related topics. Special thanks to Mark Kelly, Lead Reference & Instruction Librarian, for developing this site. Psychotherapy.net Videos Re-Indexed in Library Catalog
The Graduate Research Library has re-indexed Psychotherapy.net videos into its catalog (see this list). This means that all 124 videos now have applicable Library of Congress subject headings describing them and summary paragraphs. Each video is broken down by chapter for quick navigation. Synchronized transcripts and subtitles are available for many of our videos, with the spoken words highlighted on a transcript as a video plays. Many videos also come with an instructor's manual. Oxford Handbooks Online Psychology Collection Now Available!
The Graduate Research Library has begun a subscription to the Oxford Handbooks Online Psychology Collection, which provides access to entries from over 110 Oxford Handbooks. The articles included in the Handbooks represent psychology’s principal subfields. Each Handbook is available through the Library Catalog, the Journals & Ebooks Directory, and from the Research Databases page. Please note that this subscription is for current Pacifica faculty, students, and staff. APA Databases News Briefs
The APA has made significant additions to their PsycARTICLES, PsycBOOKS, and other databases. This includes adding current APA Handbooks to the PsycBOOKS database. See this PDF from the APA for more information.
Dennis Patrick Slattery lecture on Myth, Literature and Religious Studies
Dennis Patrick Slattery has graciously given the library permission to make a digitized audio copy of his Myth, Literature and Religious Studies lecture freely available in MP3 format. This lecture was originally delivered on 6//19/99.
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