WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2014
- Changes Coming to Electronic Reserves Soon! We have a new system, Ares, in place for managing electronic reserves for the spring semester. Materials you wish to place on electronic reserve will now be linked from your e-learn course page directly to our online electronic reserve product.
- Refworks Citation Manager “I wish I learned about this sooner, It would have saved me tons of time.”
- JoVE Developmental Biology Videos The Library currently has access to a trial of a new collection in JoVE, the Journal of Visualized Experiments.
- Faculty Perspective: James Bohn on researching in the Disney Archives In our newest Perspectives Series, we’re featuring Faculty stories of their own research experiences. Our first story is from James Bohn, Teaching Fellow of Visual and Performing Arts.
- FIRST YEAR STUDENTS: VISIT THE LIBRARY AS A PASSPORT PROGRAM EVENT!! You have one more week before Passports and Reflection papers are due on December 10th! Still looking for Passport events for your First Year Experience course? A one-on-one research appointment with the Library counts towards the program and can help you complete your research faster and more effectively! Sign up here.
- Lost and Found in the Library: Did you leave a flashdrive or other personal item in the Library? If so, check with Circulation to see if anyone turned your items in to our Lost and Found.
- Managing Your Research: It’s easy to get overwhelmed when it comes to the question of citations. We can help!
- Visit the CWAA: Don’t forget, skilled peer tutors are available to assist you with course content and writing assignments. Access the CWAA drop-in schedule here.
- Active Learning Technologies Reading Group: In conjunction with the launch of the Flynn DisCo, we have organized an informal reading group to talk about active learning technologies. Our first meeting took place October 31st, and we started with the question "Why Active Learning?" Our second meeting is scheduled for Reading Day, December 11th; contact Trish McPherson for a link to the next readings.
- Faculty publications: If you are a faculty member with a recent publication, we encourage you to submit your publication information to Liz Chase so that we may include your news in our Library Newsletter.
- Blog Stories: Do you have other stories you'd like to see featured on our Library Blog? If you have ideas for stories, links to pertinent articles, or other resources you’d like to see featured on our website, please email Liz Chase.
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