The University at Buffalo Libraries are providing EndNote™ citation management software to UB's academic community. The UB site license for EndNote™ is funded by the University at Buffalo Libraries, with partial support from the Technology Fee.
All journal articles and book chapters delivered electronically. Physical items retrieved from any library and made available for pick-up at the UB libraries. This is a free service for students, faculty & staff.
The University Libraries are continuing to push ubiquitous power sources for electronic devices in a long-range effort to enhance the study spaces we offer.
This Guide is a full-text searchable database of articles on individual critics and theorists, critical and theoretical schools and movements, and the critical and theoretical innovations of specific countries and historical periods. It also treats related persons and fields that have been shaped by or have themselves shaped literary theory and criticism. Each entry includes a selective primary and secondary bibliography. Subjects covered include literature, humanities, literary criticism, and philosophy.
JSTOR (Journal STORage) presents the full text, in facsimile form, of the complete back files of important scholarly journals, generally from the first volume through issues published prior to the most recent three years. Current issues are generally not available. JSTOR is a consortium of approximately 1,800 participating academic institutions, including the University at Buffalo.
The PubMed database provides free of charge access to all MEDLINE citations; in-process citations (PreMEDLINE); out-of-scope citations from MEDLINE journals; and citations that precede the date that a journal was selected for MEDLINE indexing. Users of PubMed can also register for MyNCBI, which allows for: Saving Searches (save search strategies to get updates - including automatic e-mailed updates), setting up filters to group your retrieval by topics of interest to you, and save useful citations.
Terry McCormack, Associate Director of the Charles B. Sears Law Library and Head of the M. Robert Koren Center for Clinical Legal Education, promotes and manages the use of audio, video and multimedia resources for law school curriculum and law library users.
Jennifer Murray provides leadership in the management and support of the Libraries’ integrated library system (Aleph), cataloging and metadata services, electronic resources and the web-based applications that are used for discovering all library materials through the University Libraries website.
Susan Prefontaine, Electronic Resources Coordinator for the University Libraries, oversees e-periodicals access and maintains licensing agreements for electronic products, such as traditional library databases, bundled resource packages, electronic journals and e-books.