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Pegg Stoddard, Executive Secretary

The Beloit College
Information Services and Resources (ISR) Division provides access to information resources, supports their use, and serves as a center for engaged learning.  Staff located in Mayer Hall and Col. Robert H. Morse Library and Richard Black Information Center collaborate and consult with faculty, students, and staff to provide a learning and living environment dedicated to the cultivation of liberally educated persons.

Library provides access to the online catalog (BELCAT), a rich collection of electronic resources, and information about Beloit College Library services.

Information Technology (IT)
provides technology resources and services to students, faculty, and staff. Policies related to technology purchases, the Academic Technology Fund Plan (ATF) for faculty equipment replacements and other Library and IT services can be found on the ISR Plans and Policies page.

News about the JSTOR scholarly article database

January 16, 2011 at 7:33 pm

JSTOR is not just back issues anymore!  Selected current content is
now available. A new set of symbols shows users which articles are
accessible.  For example, a green check mark indicates you have access
to the content.  A yellow icon indicates you may have access outside
of JSTOR through other library subscriptions; click on Find it @
Beloit to view these resources.

New to JSTOR for 2011 is an option to register for Table of Contents
(eTOC) alerts via MyJSTOR. Registered MyJSTOR users can also elect to
receive alerts when new content matches their saved search terms. You
can set the frequency of the alerts for monthly, weekly, or daily.

Our collection of JSTOR back issues continues to expand as well.  The
library recently added JSTOR’s Arts and Sciences IX collection, which
widens coverage of archaeology, anthropology, sociology, business,
economics, population studies, and political science.  Notable titles
include The American Sociologist, International Journal of Sociology,
Oceania, Public Affairs Quarterly, and Science & Society.

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