Check out John Glenn’s memoir at the BSC Library!
The Treaty of Paris was signed this day in 1783, recognizing American independence and ceding Florida to Spain. Learn more about it here on Credo Reference.
On this day in 1900 Max Planck published the first work on blackbody radiation, giving birth to Quantum Theory and ushering in a new era of physics. https://search.credoreference.com/content/topic/quantum_theory
Image source: BSC Library’s Britannica ImageQuest database
The BSC Library has added Credo Reference to its suite of database products. Credo does for reference publications what many other databases do for journals and magazines – it aggregates the content and makes it searchable. Currently, you can search 3,261,517 full-text entries in 426 reference books through Credo.
You can also execute searches of the ODIN library catalog, Academic Search Premiere, and Britannica Online Academic Edition via Credo. In addition, there are links to BSC’s Library blog, Databases (Articles & More) page, Finding Information page, and Ask a Librarian page.
The gadgets are cool, too. Unsure how to pronounce a word? Try the pronunciation gadget.
To learn the fine points of using Credo so you can make the most of its potential, take the online tours, use the help screens, or talk to a BSC librarian.
Credo Reference is a very robust resource. Check it out!