Nature Journals Online

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The UT Libraries now have electronic access to the following titles, including the most current issues:

Nature Biotechnology
Nature Cell Biology
Nature Genetics
Nature Immunology
Nature Medicine
Nature Neuroscience
Nature Structural Biology
Nature Reviews Cancer
Nature Reviews Drug Discovery
Nature Reviews Genetics
Nature Reviews Immunology
Nature Reviews Neuroscience
Nature Reviews Microbiology

Nature Journals are listed by title in both the online catalog and the e-journals list. Because the library also receives some Nature titles in online journal packages such as Academic Search Premier, titles will be listed in the catalog more than once. Choose the New York, N.Y. : Nature America Inc. imprint for complete coverage including the latest issues. In the e-journals list, choose “Available from Nature” for the most complete coverage.

The following catalog records show the differences. In both records choose “Find Items” to display the url.

Record 1 — Complete Coverage

Nature neuroscience [electronic resource].
Nature neuroscience (Online).
[Imprint] New York, N.Y. : Nature America Inc., 1998-
Find Items

University Electronic Library / Electronic journal:

Record 2 — Partial Coverage

Nature neuroscience [electronic journal]
[Coverage] Available from 1998. Most recent 1 year(s) not available.
EBSCO Academic Search Premier
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University Electronic Library / Electronic Journal:

New Copier in the Music Library

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As of Friday, February 24th, there is a new copy machine in the music library. You now have the option of using either your copy card or your Volcard to pay for copies; however, this new copier will not accept cash directly. We will still have a machine for you to add money onto your copy card, but it is separate from the copier and will not take change; only bills will be accepted. You may exchange coins for bills at the circulation desk.

The new copier has many more features such as the ability to feed multiple pages or to make double-sided copies. Please ask Music Library staff for any assistance regarding the new copy machine.

Resource Guide

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Do you want to learn more about African Americans’ contributions to the fields Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine?
If your answer is yes, then African Americans in Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine is a great place to start! Visit the guide for a list of print and web resources.

New Homeland Security Digital Library database

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From the description: “This full-text, searchable collection includes U.S. policy documents, key federal publications, state & municipal documents, and more such as links to web sites, professional journal articles, multimedia materials, theses, gray literature, and Homeland Security related news.”

Find it on the database menu at by typing in the word [homeland] or looking under health sciences category.

Knoxville Poets to Read at Writers in the Library March 13

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Two poets with Knoxville roots, Charles Morris and Marianne Worthington, will read from their works on Monday, March 13 at Writers in the Library. The reading begins at 7 PM and is free and open to the public.

Marianne Worthington was born and raised in Knoxville, Tennessee, and has lived in southeastern Kentucky since 1990, where she is Associate Professor of Communication Arts at Cumberland College in Williamsburg. She is a creative writing instructor for the Kentucky Governor’s School for the Arts and the Reviews Editor for Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine. Her writing has appeared widely in such journals as Shenandoah, Wind, and The Louisville Review. “On Broadway,” her essay about growing up in Fountain City, was included in the literary anthology Knoxville Bound. Her poetry chapbook, Larger Bodies Than Mine, is forthcoming from Finishing Line Press in 2006.

Charles Morris was born in Oak Ridge and raised in Knoxville. A local poet and songwriter, he describes himself as “a student of Rimbaud, a friend of Homer.” His book of poetry, A Pocket for the Sea, was published by Armadillo Poetry Press in 1998. He has also co-authored a number of songs with his brother RB Morris, including “Distillery” on the album Zeke and the Wheel.

“Both these writers, Charles Morris and Marianne Worthington, bring a different perspective and style to the local poetry scene,” RB Morris, Jack Reese Writer in Residence at UT Libraries, said. “Their work has probably traveled more outside the local area than it has within. All of Knoxville, as well as UT students, should check it out.”

The Writers in the Library series is sponsored by the University of Tennessee Libraries and the Creative Writing Program of the UT English Department. For further information, please contact Jo Anne Deeken, Head of Technical Services, UT Libraries, at 974-6905 or, or R.B. Morris, Jack Reese Writer in Residence, UT Libraries, at 974-3004 or

“Love Your Libraries” 5K Run and Fun Walk, February 25

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Race held earlier this year due to UT Men’s Basketball Game

The UT Graduate Student Senate continues their tradition of raising funds for the UT Libraries with the 14th annual “Love Your Libraries” 5K run and one-mile fun walk through the heart of the UT campus.

The race will occur on Saturday, February 25th. Race start time is 8:30 AM this year, due to the UT Men’s Basketball game scheduled for that afternoon.

Monies raised by the race are used to purchase library materials that are crucial to student research and will help build the UT Libraries’ digital collections.

Registration is 7:00-8:00 am in Circle Park. Interested participants can pre-register with a form available online at Registration is $15.

Send the completed form and a check made payable to “GSS Fun Run ” to GSS Fun Run, 315E University Center, 1502 West Cumberland Avenue, Knoxville, TN 37996-4800.

The race is sanctioned and emceed by the Knoxville Track Club. An awards ceremony will follow the race; awards will be given to the top three runners overall, 1st Masters (40+) and 1st Grand Masters (50+), male and female — as well as awards given by age and gender. T-shirts are guaranteed to all pre-registered runners.

EndNote Tutorial available

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Can’t make it to the EndNote workshops at Hodges Library, or do you need to figure out how to do something new in EndNote?

The EndNote page
has a link to the new Endnote Tutorial, designed to help you use EndNote bibliographic management software with scholarly resources available at libraries in the University of Tennessee system.