[Fcs-faculty] [Fwd: THE CHRONICLE OF HIGHER EDUCATION NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE]
paula.smith at fcs.utah.edu
Tue Oct 18 08:41:43 MDT 2005
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Subject: THE CHRONICLE OF HIGHER EDUCATION NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE
Date: Tue, 18 Oct 2005 08:37:19 -0600
From: Linda Keiter <linda.keiter at library.utah.edu>
To: <paula.smith at fcs.utah.edu>
Please pass this message on to the faculty.
THE CHRONICLE OF HIGHER EDUCATION, the nation's leading newspaper for
academics, is now available online to everyone on the University of Utah
- Daily updates of the latest news for faculty, graduate students,
- Monday morning posting of the fulltext of the current issue,
including the Chronicle Review essays and commentary.
- Searchable archives of issues since September 1989.
Data from the annual Almanac and special issues.
Searchable job postings and career forums.
Go to www.chronicle.com or use the link in the library's catalog. No
password is required. For access from off-campus computers use
my.utah.edu or our standard remote access instructions.
Sign up for news updates at http://chronicle.com/services/email.htm.
Academe Today, the daily email report, is available only to personal
subscribers. As an alternative, consider the Chronicle's RSS feed.
You'll need to sign up for a RSS reader like www.bloglines.com. Once
you've registered with them, paste in the URL from the Chronicle's RSS
feed. From then on, a click on Blogline's link will bring up the latest
news from the Chronicle - plus any other sources like University of Utah
news, national newspapers, or blogs for which you've registered.
University of Utah
295 South 1500 East
Salt Lake City, UT 84112-0860
Email: linda.keiter at library.utah.edu
Paula Smith, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Human Development
University of Utah
Department of Family & Consumer Studies
225 S. 1400 E., 228 AEB
Salt Lake City, UT 84112-0080
(801) 581-6547 - office
(801) 581-5156 - fax
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