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Open Books Open Minds - The Good Times Are Killing Me by Lynda Barry
The RIC Open Books--Open Minds Book of the Year 2006
Judith Stokes, Associate Professor Emerita (Adams Library) and continuing member of the RIC OBOM Committee, is graciously assisting in creating and updating the Open Books - Open Minds Common Book LibGuides.
Quick Start Catalog Links
The Subject terms below will link to results in the Library's Catalog. In addition to books, DVDs, government documents, and streaming media may be included in the results of the search. Only RIC resources are included.
The linked searches above are limited to resources located at RIC. To discover and request to borrow similar resources from other libraries, change the selection under "Library" in the left-hand column on the results screen. To find journal articles, use one of the database links below.
Indexes and abstracts over 11,000 magazines and scholarly journals in all subject areas with over 7,000 in full text. Coverage dates vary.
Academic Search Complete is good for a for a broad interdisciplinary selection of articles. More specialized article databases are listed below.
A keyword search in Academic Search Complete on "race" and "neighborhood" brings up over 3000 articles, many unrelated to the role of race relations in neighborhoods. Another search selecting the subject terms (SU) "race relations" and "neighborhoods" brings up only relevant articles. Note below that the subject terms Race relations and Neighborhoods are displayed under the articles. Using subject terms filters out articles that are not really about the keywords or phrases in the search.
Artemis is a new interface for Gale Literature Collections. A topic finder, term frequency graphs, search assist functionality, mobile compatibility, and interface translation have been added, along with an easier and more dynamic search experience.