*UPDATE* The link to Infexes & Databases is working again. However, Library staff who were working on Resource info pages yesterday, or Subject Guides or Course Pages may want to review the work as the problem server has reverted back to an October 11th, archived version. LSIT (Systems) will be sending out an email to staff.

The link from the Library Homepage (and possibly other links elsewhere) to the Indexes and Databases page(s) is broken. Dedicated Library Systems folks are working on it. There are reports of other glitches, but they seem to have been resolved. Stay tuned!

Okay, not eResources usual blog fare, but it is the plague du jour and we do like new databases, so…

“Bed Bug Information” is the United States Environmental Protection Agency’s collection of bug bed info, myths (sleeping with the light on doesn’t deter them), links and (ugh!) fotos. Enjoy!

[thanks for the link, Kevin]

DU124.V56 I524 2010 Joy Wundersitz, Indigenous Perpetrators of Violence: Prevalence and Risk Factors for Offending (Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology, 2010). Online access: http://www.aic.gov.au/publications/current%20series/rpp/100-120/rpp105.aspx K94 .R39 2010 (LC) James C. Raymond, Writing for the Court (Toronto: Carswell, 2010). KE444 F58 2010 (LC) Patrick Fitzgerald, Barry Wright & Vincent Kazmierski, Looking at Law: Canada’s Legal System, [...]

On September 20th,  with 11 new videos, Theatre in Video now offers 314 videos, equaling 372 hours of online streaming video. With live television broadcasts of New York productions from the 50s, revivals of classic works and experimental performances from the 60s and 70s, as well as important contemporary performances, Theatre in Video covers a wide range of 20th century theatre history. Unlike Hollywood adaptations, these are the actual original productions, captured and recorded while performed for a live theatre audience.

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