Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Library Hours: Winter Break

During the winter break between semesters, the library will have modified hours:

Saturday 12/17 – Sunday 12/18

Monday 12/19 – Friday 12/23
9:00am – 5:00pm

Saturday 12/24 – Monday 1/2

We will reopen with our regular hours on Tuesday, January 3rd.  Have a wonderful and safe winter break, and a fantastic New Year!

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Library Hours: Thanksgiving

The Twin Cities Library will have modified hours for Thanksgiving weekend.  The library will be closing at 11:30am on Wednesday, Nov. 23 and will re-open for our regularly scheduled hours on Monday, Nov. 28 at 9am.

If you have any questions while the library is closed, our 24/7 Chat service will be available.  You can access chat on the library web page - look for the Chat Now link at the top!

Happy Thanksgiving!


Friday, September 02, 2016

Library Hours: Labor Day Weekend

The Twin Cities Library will be closed over Labor Day weekend, Sept. 3 - Sept. 5.  The library will reopen for its regular hours at 9:00am on Tuesday, Sept. 6.

If you have any questions while the library is closed, our 24/7 Chat service will be available.  You can access chat on the library web page - look for the Chat Now link at the top!

Have a great Labor Day weekend!

Monday, August 22, 2016

Library Hours: Semester Break

During the break between semesters, August 22 - 28, the library hours will be as follows:

Monday   :   9am-8pm
Tuesday   :   9am-5pm
Wednesday   :   9am-8pm
Thursday   :   9am-8pm
Friday   :   9am-5pm
Saturday   :   CLOSED
Sunday   :   CLOSED

Regular hours will resume on Monday, August 29.  Enjoy the break between classes!

Friday, July 08, 2016

ProQuest Temporarily Unavailable Saturday, 7/9

ProQuest databases will be temporarily unavailable on Saturday, July 7th from 10:00pm EDT to 12:00am EDT (9pm-11pm CST).  These databases will be undergoing routine maintenance during this time.  Regular access will resume at 12am EDT.

Databases affected by this include ProQuest Dissertations & Theses, ProQuest Digital Microfilm, PQDT Open, ProQuest Newspapers, and ProQuest Psychology Journals.  All other databases will be functioning normally during this time.

Questions?  Email us at tclibrary@smumn.edu, and we will respond as soon as possible.

Thursday, June 30, 2016

Library Hours: Fourth of July Weekend

Twin Cities Library will be closed for the Fourth of July weekend, from Saturday, July 2nd through Monday, July 4th.We will reopen for regular hours on Tuesday, July 5th.

Questions?  You can email us at tclibrary@smumn.edu, and we will respond as soon as we are able.

Enjoy the weekend!

Monday, June 20, 2016

Library Hours: Short Closure Tuesday, 6/21

Twin Cities Library will be closed from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm on Tuesday, June 21st, for a university staff meeting.  We will re-open at 12:00 pm, and close at our regularly scheduled time.

If you need help while we are closed, you can email us at tclibrary@smumn.edu, and we will respond as soon as we are able!

Monday, May 23, 2016

Library Hours: Memorial Day, 5/30

Twin Cities Library will be closed from for Memorial Day weekend, from Saturday, May 28th through Monday, May 30th.We will reopen for regular hours on Tuesday, May 31st.

If you need help while we are closed, our 24/7 chat service will be available!  You can also email us at tclibrary@smumn.edu, and we will respond as soon as we are able.

Enjoy the weekend!

Monday, May 09, 2016

Library Hours: Short Closure Tuesday, 5/10

Twin Cities Library will be closed from 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm on Tuesday, May 10th, for the spring luncheon.  We will re-open at 2:00 pm, and close at our regularly scheduled time.

If you need help while we are closed, you can email us at tclibrary@smumn.edu, and we will respond as soon as we are able.

Wednesday, April 06, 2016

Short Closure Thursday, April 7

Twin Cities Library will have a short closure on Thursday, April 7th for a staff meeting.  This library will be closed from 9:00am to 12:00pm.  We will re-open at noon and remain open for the rest of our regularly scheduled hours.

Monday, March 21, 2016

Easter Holiday Hours

Twin Cities Library will be closed Friday, March 25th through Monday, March 28th for the University's Easter holiday.  We will re-open on Tuesday, March 29th and resume our regular hours.

Have a wonderful holiday weekend!

Tuesday, March 01, 2016

March 2016 New Books

A change of seasons is just around the corner, and Twin Cities Library has all the books you need to get in the swing of spring! This month, our new books include many titles on conducting and analyzing research, as well as resources on productivity, culture, and more!

Spatial analysis, GIS, and remote sensing applications in the health sciences
Albert, D.

DSM-V clinical cases
Barnhill, J.

The new manhood: The handbook for a new kind of man
Biddulph, S.

Media & culture: Mass communication in a digital age
Campbell, R.

Reliability and validity assessment
Carmines, E.

Notorious RBG: The life and times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Carmon, I.

Marketing research: Methodological foundations
Churchill, G.

Heart of change field guide
Cohen, D.

A practice of anesthesia for infants and children
Cote, C.

The handbook of conflict resolution: Theory and practice
Deustch, M.

Multiattribute evaluation
Edwards, W.

Survey kit, volumes 1 - 9
Fink, A.

SAGE handbook of mentoring and coaching in education
Fletcher, S.

The Wiley handbook of art therapy
Gussak, D.

Tests of significance
Henkel, R.

Analysis of ordinal data
Hildebrand, D.

Academic freedom in the age of the college
Hofstadter, R.

Forensic accounting
Hopwood, W.

Analysis of variance
Iversen, G.

Using published data: Errors and remedies
Jacob, H.

Factor analysis: Statistical methods and practical issues
Kim, J.

Introduction to factor analysis: What it is and how to do it
Kim, J.

The missionary and the diviner
Kirwen, M.

Discriminant analysis
Klecka, W.

Multidimensional scaling
Kruskal, J.

Canonical analysis and factor comparison
Levine, M.

Magnitude scaling, quantitative measurement of opinions
Lodge, M.

Confirmatory factor analysis: A preface to LISREL
Long, S.

Making sense of adult learning
MacKeracher, D.

Analyzing panel data
Markus, G.

Breakpoint: The changing marketplace for higher education
McGee, J.

Transactions and strategies: Economics for management
Michaels, R.

Time series analysis: Regression techniques
Ostrom, C.

Ethics in psychotherapy and counseling: A practical guide
Pope, K.

Analysis of nominal data
Reynolds, H.

My years with General Motors
Sloan, A.

Research designs
Spector, P.

Multiple indicators: An introduction
Sullivan, J.

Personal productivity secrets: Do what you never thought possible with your time
Thomas, M.

Presenting to win: The art of telling your story
Weissman, J.

Analysis of covariance
Wildt, A.

Monday, February 01, 2016

February 2016 New Books

Now that the new year is well under way, it’s time to buckle down and fulfill those resolutions. If you resolved to read more this year, then the Twin Cities Library is here to help you meet your goal! This month, our new books include such fascinating topics as writing, organizational theory, and psychotherapy treatment planning. Stop by today and grab the great reads!

Why nations fail: the origins of power, prosperity, and poverty
Acemoglu, D.

Quantitative methods for business
Anderson, D.

Leveraging the new human capital: Adaptive strategies, results achieved, and stories of transformation
Burud, S.

Designing and conducting research in education
Drew, C.

The ID casebook: Case studies in instructional design
Ertmer, P.

Keeping the Millennials: Why Companies Are Losing Billions in Turnover to This Generation- and What to Do About It
Ferri-Reed, J.

Getting to Yes: Negotiating agreement without giving in
Fisher, R.

Healthcare human resource management
Flynn, W.

Beyond Consequences, Logic, and Control: A Love-Based Approach to Helping Attachment-Challenged Children with Severe Behaviors
Forbes, H.

How to design and evaluate research in education
Fraenkel, J.

Managerial Economics: A Problem-Solving Approach
Froeb, L.

Essentials of Marketing Research
Hair, J.

Communicating for results
Hamilton, C.

Visible Learning: A Synthesis of Over 800 Meta-Analyses Relating to Achievement
Hattie, J.

Attachment : Focused Family Therapy
Hughes, D. A.

How writing works with readings: a guide to composing genres
Jack, J.

Business Research Projects
Jankowicz, A.

Churchill/Ford/Walker's Sales Force Management
Johnston, M.

The adolescent psychotherapy treatment planner
Jongsma, A.

The Child Psychotherapy Treatment Planner
Jongsma, A.

The Family Therapy Treatment Planner
Jongsma, A.

Clinical ethics: a practical approach to ethical decisions in clinical medicine
Jonsen, A.

A Self Made of Words: Crafting a distinctive persona in nonfiction writing
Klaus, C. H.

A sense of urgency
Kotter, J.

Universal Principles of Design
Lidwell, W.

Organizational Theory in Higher Education
Manning, K.

The Abundant Community: Awakening the power of families and neighborhoods
McKnight, J.

Building School-based Teacher Learning Communities: Professional Strategies to Improve Student Achievement
McLaughlin, M. W.

Medical geography
Meade, M.

The real world reader: a rhetorical reader for writers
Miller, J.

Leadership and spirit: Breathing new vitality and energy into individuals and organizations
Moxley, R.

The Couples Psychotherapy Treatment Planner
O’Leary, K.

Artful work: Awakening joy, meaning, and commitment in the workplace
Richards, D.

Falling upward: spirituality for the second half of life
Rohr, R.

Improving performance: how to manage the white space on the organization chart
Rummler, G.

Dear Committee Members
Schumacher, J.

College (Un)bound: the future of higher education
Selingo, J. J.

Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption
Stevenson, B.

Evaluative research
Suchman, E.

Reasoning with statistics: simplified examples in communications research
Williams, F.

The 10 lenses: Your guide to living & working in a multicultural world
Williams, M.

The Non-Designer's Design Book
Williams, R.

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

New Service: 24/7 Chat Assistance!

This just in:  library assistance is now available 24/7!

Twin Cities Library is happy to announce the launch of our Chat Now feature, an instant messaging service that lets you get live help 24 hours a day, seven days a week.  This service benefits all students, faculty, and staff, but particularly online students and faculty who live in different time zones.

To ask a question, simply select the Chat Now link (on the library's homepage or SuperSearch results page), type your question, and a librarian will help you within seconds.

Friday, January 15, 2016

Library Hours: MLK Jr. Day, Jan. 18

Twin Cities Library will have slightly reduced hours on Monday, January 18, in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.  We will be closing after 6pm.

If you ever have any questions about the Twin Cities Library’s open hours, you can check our blog or contact us using any of the methods below.

Phone: 612-728-5108

Email: tclibrary@smumn.edu

Or chat now via the library web page!