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Mango Languages via NCLive

Mango is a language-learning software that uses realistic conversations to explore more than 70 languages.

Anatomy and Physiology Revealed

A multimedia study aid offering an interactive cadaver dissection experience. Includes descriptions, audio pronunciations, and quizzes to reinforce learning.

Credo Reference via NCLIVE

"Credo is a database of background content. It's full-text and can help you learn the basics of any topic. Start your research here to focus your topic, find keywords and people, and discover more in-depth books and articles"--Credo Reference

Testing & Education Reference Center via NCLive

This collection provides online practice tests for GRE, GMAT, SAT, ACT Assessment, ASVAB, and TOEFL, and contains 'Basic Skills' tutorials in areas such as writing and Microsoft.


HPU Libraries offers a variety of workshops for faculty and staff throughout the academic year. These workshops demonstrate how to leverage the resources and services available through HPU Libraries.

Upcoming Workshops are found on the Library Events page.

Do you have an idea for workshop that would benefit you and your colleagues? Contact Jenny Erdmann.

Have an idea about a media or technology workshop? Contact Josh Harris.

Examples of previous workshops include:

  • How to Use Our Most Wanted Resources: Learn how to navigate library access to The Chronicle of Higher Education, Consumer Reports, major newspapers such as The Wall Street Journal and New York Times, leisure reading materials, and streaming video content
  • EndNote Citation Manager: How to locate and save citations, as well as manage and organize bibliographies
  • App-y Hour: Discover and share apps for school, work, and productivity, and learn how to maximize mobile tools available through the library
  • How to Podcast: Learn the best practices for planning a podcast, recording audio, conducting interviews, editing audio files, and disseminating your work online.