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Gale Reference Collection of reference books on a wide variety of subjects such as biographies, education, the environment, history, literature, medicine, multicultural studies, the nation and world, religion, science, and social science.
Salem History Collection of history reference works including Milestone Documents, The Decades, Lives from History and Great Events from History.
Salem Health Collection of award-winning health reference works such as Magill’s Medical Guide.
Salem Literature Collection of literary reference works such as the Critical Insights series, Critical Survey of Long Fiction, Critical Survey of Poetry and Magill's Literary Annual and Masterplots, 4th Edition.
Salem Science Collection of science reference works such as the Encyclopedia of Mathematics & Society, Encyclopedia of Energy, Encyclopedia of Global Resources, and Encyclopedia of Global Warming.
Tips: At the moment, this search only includes videos from Films on Demand. Click on the database links below to search more titles. Off-campus access requires a HindsNet login and password.
Hinds District Libraries now offer Hoopla for its patrons. Hoopla is a leading provider of entertainment media products and services. It provides an enormous selection of digital video (movies and TV shows), music, audiobooks, ebooks and comics. Content is available through computer browsers, phones, tablets, and TV products. Hinds Libraries currently limits patron borrowing to 5 titles per month. Please click on the slide title to learn more about Hoopla and how to sign up.
Are you looking for information on citing sources and generating citations? Check out our "Researching and Citing" LibGuide. It contains all you will need to know on citing sources correctly. Click on slide title to go directly to the Researching and Citing LibGuide.
The Raymond and Rankin Campus Libraries are hosting traveling exhibits from the Mississippi Department of Archives & History. The exhibits are “Freedom Riders: Journey for Change” (at Rankin) and “This is Home: Medgar Evers, Mississippi, and the Movement" (at Jackson) until September 16th. For more information, please visit the MDAH website https://www.mdah.ms.gov/explore-mississippi/traveling-exhibits
October is Liver Awareness Month
One of the most common types of liver cancer is Hepatocellular Carcinoma (Hep C).
Some of the known symptoms are: weight loss, pain in upper stomach area,
nausea with vomiting, feeling weak and fatigued, and jaundice( yellowing of the skin.
Hep C infection fastest cause of death in the US, it is said that it is found 3x more in women.
This disease is mostly found in parts of Africa and Southeast Asia.
Know the signs get tested, Living a healthy lifestyle is the key!
for more information contact: cdc.gov or cancer.gov
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