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A Research Guide on the subject of Education.
Last Updated: Jul 24, 2015 URL: Print Guide

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Welcome to Miller Nichols Library

This guide is designed to help you find information about the subject of education or your course in the University Libraries. The resources listed in this guide will help you identify items in your study and research. If you can't find what you need, you are very welcome to contact me (see my profile - on the right).

Thank you very much for visiting this guide.


New Resources News


BrowZine lets you turn your tablet into a virtual bookshelf for journals.


BrowZine is the easy way to stay current with the journals you read most. Yes the Journal of Management is included!

BrowZine lets you:

  • Read scholarly journals in a format that is optimized for tablets.
  • Create a personal bookshelf of favorite journals.
  • Be alerted when new issues of a journal are available.
  • Bookmark articles for reading later.
  • Easily save to Zotero, Dropbox, or Mendeley.

Watch this video demo to see BrowZine in action.

To get started, download BrowZine from either the Apple Store or Google Play Store. The first time you use it select "University of Missouri - Kansas City" in the list of institutions, then enter your UMKC username and password. After that you will remain logged in on your device.

Not all of the library's journals are currently available, but the developer is working with publishers to add content. Check the list of participating publishers often if you are looking for a particular journal.


Automated Storage and Retrieval System - The RooBot

Meet Roobot, the Libraries Automated Storage and Retrieval System. Many of the library items you will be looking for are stored in Roobot. With a click of a button in the Library Catalog, your materials will be delivered to the First Floor Service Desk for momentary pickup! Watch and see how it works....

Research and Liaison Librarian

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122C Miller Nichols Library
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