New Resources

APAStyleGUideNew university-wide resource for 2015:

The APA Style Guide to Electronic References, (6th ed.) has been added to the GRU University Libraries collection. This guide provides the most current information on how to format electronic resources in APA Style. It can be obtained through the University Libraries’ catalog at http://www.gru.edu/library. Users must log-in to access the e-book using their JagNet ID and password and are allowed to make one copy for their own personal use.

Reese Library’s new online journal titles for 2015 include:

Physical Review C (Nuclear Physics) is a highly cited journal dedicated to all aspects of nuclear physics. It is published monthly by the American Physical Society. Some of the subject areas of research presented in the journal include “the nucleon-nucleon interaction, few-body systems, nuclear structure, nuclear reactions, relativistic nuclear collisions, hadronic physics and QCD, electroweak interaction, symmetries, and nuclear astrophysics.” Physical Review C (Nuclear Physics) can be accessed through the Journals A-Z link on the Reese Library’s website.

Journal of Management (JOM), published by Sage, is a peer-reviewed, bi-monthly publication touted as being one of the “best journals” in the management field. It publishes research articles that have a direct impact on the field of management and its subspecialties. Articles are published in the areas of business strategy and policy, entrepreneurship, human resource management, organizational behavior and theory, and research methods. JOM can be accessed through the Journals A-Z link on the Reese Library’s website.

Reese Library’s new print subscription for 2015:

Creative Nonfiction’s motto is “True stories, well told.” This journal has been in publication since 1994 and is the largest literary magazine dedicated to publishing high quality nonfiction prose. Creative Nonfiction features prominent authors from around the world and has helped “establish the creative nonfiction genre as a worthy academic pursuit.” One issue each year is devoted to survival stories. Creative Nonfiction is located on the Second Floor Journals Area of Reese Library.