Agriculture and Information

Texas State University Libraries offer access to numerous volumes of periodicals. Titles such as Time, Sports Illustrated, and Vogue can be located through the Libraries Periodical List. Of course, the Periodical List also links to academic and scholarly journals like Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy, Mineral Economics, and Janus Head. Access to journals are essential to academic research, the Periodical List can make access easier.

The Periodical List can be located from the Round Rock Campus Library home page by selecting the “Databases” tab and revealing the drop-down menu. Following the link will lead users to the Periodical List page. Here known magazine or journal titles can be searched by title or ISBN. Below the search bar is a box of subjects providing links to lists of journals by subject. For example, Agriculture and Agribusiness has 1,108 titles affiliated with the subject. Following the link will provide users with a list.

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Journal Citation Reports, a service designed to “objectively determines the relative importance of journals within their subject categories”, lists Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environments as the most impactful journal of the discipline. Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry and Agricultural Systems are ranked second and third. All three are available through Texas State University Libraries and can be accessed through the Periodical List. For more information about the Periodical List or its content, contact the RRC Library …. Come in and Find Out More.

Travel the World

Texas State University Libraries offer many, many resources through the databases page. Hidden with the box on the right, titled “Browse Databases by Type”, is a hidden drop-down menu offering another way to access databases. Amongst the options is a type called “Country Studies”. Hitting the “Go” button with this option highlighted will open a world of information.

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One of the resources available is the Columbia Gazetteer of the World. Developed by Columbia University, the Gazetteer of the World offers users the opportunity to learn about the Norwegian fishing village of A or Zeeland; the Dutch province, the town in Michigan, or the North Dakota village.

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For information on Canadian Provinces, ProQuest’s CultureGrams is a terrific resource. Simply select “Provinces Edition” on the home page to access days’ worth of facts about our neighbor to the north. Fun Fact: Port Morien in Nova Scotia was the home to the first Boy Scout troop in North America. One rad aspect of CultureGrams is its recipe section. If you were interested in the Nunavut bread Bannock, also called palaugaaq by the Iqaluit, the recipe is available. The World Edition also features recipes. Check it out to discover Maqluba, a dish from the West Bank and Gaza.

The world is just a few clicks away through the Round Rock Campus Library …. Come In and Find Out More!