I heard it on NPR…and found it at AADL

Heard a great interview on NPR? Want to use a news story in your research paper?

Transcripts and audio files from NPR shows, like Morning Edition and All Things Considered, are available in our Academic OneFile database.

When you’re searching, enter the program name in the 'publication title' field to find transcripts from a particular show. If you’re searching for content by keyword or subject, choose the 'multimedia' tab to see any NPR results.

Library cardholders can access the database from home.

Job Opportunities in Higher Education

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Check out a new web site with more than 1,200 job postings at 24 Michigan colleges and universities: Michigan Higher Education Recruitment Consortium (HERC). Jobs include research, professional, executive, administrative, and support positions in academia and their hospital and healthcare facilities as well as tenure-track and instructional faculty and positions in information technology and the trades. To broaden your job search, use the AADL Employment & Jobs section of the AADL Select Sites.

Get specific! Finding exactly the sources you need.

So, you’re ready to start working on that research paper, but you need articles from peer-reviewed journals. Or images. Or newspaper editorials written this year.

The Library’s got you covered!

Our General OneFile database groups search results by document type. Plus, you can limit your search to peer-reviewed journals, articles with images, or by publication date.

Have questions about our databases or need more research help? Stop by any of our public desks!

Great Courses available @ AADL !

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The library has DVD’s and Books on CD available from the Teaching Company called Great Courses. Professors are chosen to lecture on topics from Shakespeare, Mathematics, World Religions, World History, Philosophy, Art and much more! Use the keyword "Teaching Company" to access over 600 items! Enjoy lifelong learning!

Resources for Teachers & Education Students

Need to keep up with the latest educational research? Looking for information on testing, special education, or school administration?

K-12 teachers, administrators, and education students can find articles, reports from the US Department of Education and reference material in the Educator’s Reference Complete database.

Find the database in the College, Careers, & Education section of our Research page. And remember, library cardholders can search the database from home!

REACHing Kids

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Trying to teach your child to reach out to other and become more social? Peace Neighborhood Center has an afternoon program for kids in kindergarten – 5th grade called REACH which involves creativity and learning social skills. If you have the time to be a mentor or tutor for this kind of program or would like to make a donation to help keep this kind of programming alive in our community, Peace Neighborhood Center could be a part of your future.

Taking the TOEFL?

If you’re planning to take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), the AADL can help you get ready!

The LearningExpress Library database has online preparation courses and practice exams for the TOEFL that include sections on reading, writing, speaking, and listening. You can also get an overview of the exam and learn test-taking skills.

Access LearningExpress Library from home with your library card!

Resources for Students – World Book Online

Need an encyclopedia to finish that homework assignment, but can’t make it to the library? No problem!

Library cardholders can access the World Book Encyclopedia Online to find articles, use a dictionary, check an atlas, and more.

World Book Encyclopedia Online is listed in the Kids and Teens section of our Research page.

Calling All Yearbooks

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The Ann Arbor District Library is looking for a few good high school yearbooks. Donations of past yearbooks from old Ann Arbor High School, Clemente, Community, Huron, Pioneer and Stone for our Local History Collection would be greatly appreciated. Please contact Debbie Gallagher at 327-8332 or gallagherd@aadl.org to make a donation or for more information about the Local History Collection.

College Night - Monday, September 17

Choosing the college, writing the essays, preparing for the tests… it all gets a little overwhelming. Where do you start? Right here at the Downtown Library on Mon., Sept. 17 at 6:30 pm! John Boshoven, college prep counselor at Community High, and Deb Merion, founder of Essay Coaching, will be joined by performance coach Dr. Geraldine Markel at this event for teens and parents. They’ll cover it all, so bring your questions!

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