We are beginning to review the Libraries website for improvements, and will be running a survey for gathering feedback until December 17th. Would you take a minute to fill it out? You can click the website survey ad in the center of the page at http://www.library.drexel.edu.
In 2002, the Budapest Open Access Initiative (BOAI) articulated the basic tenets of Open Access (OA) for the first time.
Some new books on or coming soon to the library's shelves:
|Title Tidal marsh restoration : a synthesis of science and management /|
edited by Charles T. Roman and David M.
Reaching out to let you know that I am here to help. Teaching a class that has a research writing component? Want your students to find relevant scholarly resources? Let me have a few minutes to guide your students to appropriate library resources. I can come to your classroom or you and your students can come to the library. Our classrooms are being booked, so let me know how I can help. My contact information to the right of the screen. You may have to scroll a bit. Regards, Peggy
Putting items on reserve this term?
We have a new reserves system integrated into your course management system and are offering some training to help with the transition. Training sessions are still available at Hagerty Library. Follow the link below to register for the session of your choice.
Course Reserves Coordinator
Dear BEES Faculty,
For Fall Term 2012, we are implementing Ares, a new system for managing your course reserves. Even if you've used our old reserve system, you must re-submit ALL your reserve items, both print and electronic, through Ares.
Ares connects directly with Blackboard Learn so your students will not have to visit the library Website to get their course reserve materials.
A few approval books recently came across my desk. Look for them on the shelves in a couple weeks.
Managing the risks of extreme events and disasters to advance climate change adaption / special report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change ; edited by Christopher B. Field, Co-Chair Working Group II, Carnegie Institution for Science [and 11 others].
New York, N.Y.