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This updated text was added May 11, 2022, at 9:22 am.

I am the lead of the page. Here you will explain the key points of the article (who, what, where, when, how, why), just like a newspaper. There’s a separate page for search boxes. Go directly to Primo boxes.

Search Library Publications (from Winona site)

Search Library Journals and Ebooks (from Twin Cities site)

Search New UI Publication Finder (from EBSCO site)

Academic Search Premier

Academic Search Premier provides articles on a wide range of subjects and is good for research on almost every topic. It’s a great place to look for scholarly resources when you’re not sure where to start.

Subjects: Art & Design | Communication/Journalism | Criminal Justice | Education/Special Education | Fine & Performing Arts | Lasallian Studies | Law | Multidisciplinary | Music | Theatre |

Faculty & Staff
Material Checkout Period Max Items
Books 1 year Unlimited
DVDs 1 year Unlimited
Reference Librarian discretion Librarian discretion
Newspapers In library use only N/A
Archival In library use only N/A

Once an item has become three weeks overdue, library records are blocked. If an item is lost or damaged beyond repair, please contact the Libraries.

Doctoral Students
Material Checkout Period Max Loan Max Items Renewals
Books 120 days 2 years No limit Automated
DVDs 120 days 2 years No limit Automated
Newspapers In library use only N/A N/A N/A
Reference In library use only N/A N/A N/A
Archives In library use only N/A N/A N/A

Students in the Ed.D program may check out assessment tests labeled EDD.

  • Books: 2 years | max loan period 2 years | automated renewals | unlimited number of check-outs.
  • Instruments: Students in the Doctor of Education in Leadership program may checkout tests labeled EDD.
  • Winona DVDs: 2 years | automated renewals | unlimited number of check-outs.
  • Reference: In library use only | check-out with librarian approval.
  • Winona Archives & Special Collections: In library use only.
Graduate Students
Material Checkout Max Loan Max Items Renewals
Books 60 days 1 year No limit Upon request
DVDs 60 days 1 year No limit Upon request
Reference In library use only   Check out with librarian approval  
Newspapers In library use only      
Archives In library use only      
  • Books: 60 days | 1 year max loan period | renewals upon request | unlimited number of checkouts
  • Winona DVDs: 60 days | 1 year max loan period | renewals upon request | unlimited number of checkouts
  • Reference: in library use only | check out with approval of librarian
  • Winona Newspapers: in library use only
  • Winona Archives & Special Collections: in library use only
  • Psychological Tests: Students enrolled in PY621, PY631, PY632, PY633, or MFT650, and PsyD students may checkout tests labeled PY and MFT.
Undergraduate Students
  • Books: 28 days | 2 renews | 25 items max
  • Winona DVDs: 7 days | no renewals | 5 items max
  • Reference: in library use only unless approved by librarian for check out
  • Winona Newspapers: in library use only
  • Winona Archives and Special Collections: in library use only
Community Members

Winona State

Currently enrolled Winona State University students and faculty can borrow Saint Mary’s library materials using their University ID cards.

Saint Mary’s Press & Cotter High School

Saint Mary’s Press staff as well as Cotter High School students and faculty may request guest privileges by contacting Laura Oanes, Library Director, at 507-457-6909 or loanes@smumn.edu.

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Material Checkout Period Max Items Renewals
Books 2 years No limit Automated
DVDs 2 years No limit Automated
Reference Librarian discretion
Winona Archives In library use only
Instruments Students in the Ed.D. program may check out tests labeled EDD.

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These are Winona’s hours today:

 

This is text that will fill this space, so we can see what line spacing will look like as well as font size, etc. I’m going to find some more things for us to blah, blah, blah about. Just one moment while I copy from the web. Here we go… As doctoral students, you are expected to be able to conduct research independently, a must-have skill for comprehensive exams. Watch the SuperSearch and Search Strategies tutorials to become expert researchers.

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How do I find peer-reviewed articles?

  1. Enter your search terms into SuperSearch.
  2. Select the Peer-Reviewed Articles checkbox from the left sidebar.

Careful! Not everything published in a peer-reviewed journal is “peer-reviewed.” Non-scholarly items like book reviews, news blurbs, and editor’s opinion pieces can be published in peer-reviewed journals; they will be pulled into your search results even when the Peer-Reviewed Articles box is checked.

Always evaluate your sources before including them in your research, and become familiar with the characteristics of peer-reviewed articles.

What is SuperSearch? (with fresh and visited links)

SuperSearch is Saint Mary’s Libraries’ search engine, and it enables you to:

  • Search the entire library at once;
  • Discover peer-reviewed resources faster;
  • Copy and paste citations into your papers;
  • Get help 24/7 via our chat service;

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Lists

Bulleted

  • Dogs (with link)
    • Herding dogs
    • Hound dogs
    • Toy dogs
    • Sporting dogs
    • Non-sporting dogs
    • Terrier dogs
    • Working dogs
    • Miscellaneous dogs
    • Non-dogs
      • Wolves
      • Foxes
      • Coyotes
      • Jackels
  • Cats (with link)
  • Bears (with link)

Numbered

  1. Dogs (with link)
  2. Cats (with link)
  3. Bears (with link)
    1. American black bears
    2. Asian black bears
    3. Brown bears
    4. Polar bears
    5. Spectacled bears
    6. Sun bears
    7. Sloth Bears
    8. Giant panda
    9. Other bears
      1. Teddy bears
      2. Gummy bears
      3. Care bears

Links

  • Open in same window.
  • Include visited and hover styling

Breadcrumbs

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Default button Big button

A row of text plus a red button  and then some more text.

Button used in the menus: “Silver” button

Rarely useful: “Lightblue” button, “Green” button, “Orange” button, “Purple” button, “Black” button

Illegal buttons: “Pink” button, “Teal” button

This is the end of the in-text button test.

Toggle Test

This is a toggle!

This is an info box!
This is a warning box!
This is a download box!
This is a bio box!
This is a shadow box!

Full Width Info Box

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Please do not bring viruses into the library.

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