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Can I access Cochrane Reviews?

If you are involved with evidence-based practice in health care or related fields, including social work, psychology, and education, then it is likely that you will need to consult systematic reviews as part of your review of the evidence. The … Continue reading

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Does the library have audiobooks?

The University of Denver Libraries has started collecting downloadable audiobooks via Overdrive. We have a small collection of 100 titles to start, but the collection will be built based upon recommendations from DU faculty, students, staff, and alumni. You will … Continue reading

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How do students access Electronic Reserves (“E-Reserves”)?

1)      Go to Canvas: 2)      Login using your DU ID number and passcode (the same as that which one uses for PioneerWeb). 3)      Select the course from the “Courses” tab at the top of the page 4)      In the … Continue reading

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How do I find books on job interviewing, writing resumes, etc.?

The library has many print and electronic books on job interviewing and how to write resumes. To find them use the library catalog at the library’s website ( and use short phrases like “job resume” and “job interview.” Use quotes … Continue reading

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How do I use the Research Center?

The Research Center is a place to get answers to any questions you have about using the library or doing research. The Research Center Desk can be reached by phone, email, chat/IM, or in person seven days a week, up … Continue reading

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How can I monitor new issues of academic journals?

The library often receives questions about how users can know when new issues of academic journals are published in electonic format. In the old days users would come to the library and peruse the journal shelves to see if any … Continue reading

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Does DU libraries have Sanborn maps?

Yes, we have Digital Sanborn Maps, 1867-1970: To access from the library’s website, click on “D” in the database A-Z list… …and then, on the next screen, scroll down and click on Digital Sanborn Maps to link to the database:

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