The USC Business Library recently added the Audit Analytics database, providing detailed financial and legal information about 20,000 public companies and 1,500 accounting firms.
Doheny, Leavey, and the Science and Engineering Libraries will be open for extended hours to help you study for final exams. Check the Library Hours page for complete information about operating hours at USC Libraries locations.
JSTOR recently added digital collections of materials related to independence struggles in southern Africa, ranging from Namibian political posters to evidence presented at commissions of inquiry in apartheid-era South Africa. They join new journals in economics, life sciences, and many other academic subjects.
The USC Libraries wish you a frabjous winter break and invite you to begin planning your entry for the 5th-annual Wonderland Award. Visit the contest Web page for details.
The USC Libraries recently acquired the Engineering Index backfile. Research literature dating from 1884 to the present is now available to the USC community online via the Engineering Village 2 eresource.
The Magnum Photos photographic cooperative will soon add a selection of digital images to the ARTstor eresource offered by the USC Libraries. The photographs include major events and personalities from the Spanish Civil War through the present.
Norah Xiao of the Science and Engineering Library recently published an article about the use of blogs, social bookmarking, RSS feeds, and other Web 2.0 tools to connect with users and enhance library services.
The Korean American Calligraphy Association presented work by the prominent calligrapher Myoung Won Kwon to USC's Korean Heritage and East Asian Libraries at a November 17 ceremony.
New journals added in history, library studies, linguistics, literature, logic, mathematics, philosophy, and statistics.
The USC Libraries electronic resource JSTOR now offers new journals in finance, folk music, history of science, linguistics, museum studies, and other academic fields.