Article by: Steve Bogel, Librarian for Health Sciences
Article by: Larry Milliken, Liaison Librarian for the Humanities and Social Sciences
Wondering which Philadelphia zip code has the lowest number of residents with smartphones? Or, what the personal savings rate is among households in Pennsylvania by census tract? Perhaps you’d like to know the penetration of farmers markets in urban areas in the northeast?
Last updated 10/2/13 at 9:00 AM
Who can use reserves/place items on reserve?
Our physical reserves collection can be used by all library patrons (students, faculty members, and guests). Access to electronic resources is limited to students and faculty: you can only see the electronic items requested for your course.
Who Can Borrow a Laptop?
- Drexel students, faculty, staff and administrators.
What Type of Laptop Can You Borrow and What Software is on it?
- PC and Mac laptop computers.
- List of Software [http://www.library.drexel.edu/services/laptops.html]
From Where Can You Borrow a Laptop? [Laptops are for use only within the libraries].
Celebrating intellectual and creative life at Drexel is a key part of the Libraries’ strategic plan and there is much to celebrate. Already the Libraries has instituted a ScholarSip event series and an annual Author Event to recognize the contributions faculty make to scholarship. Now, the Libraries add recognition of graduate students.
A newer version of ARES (the Libraries' course reserves system) will be installed Wednesday, September 4th. While the installation is in progress, there will be no access to library electronic course reserves. Students will be unable to access course reserves and professors will be unable to place course reserves requests. This outage will start at 9 AM and should take no longer than 2 hours.
The transition from high school to college can be challenging as students adjust to a new environment and expectations, a new city or country, and added independence. Academia itself may seem like a whole new world.
Drexel University Libraries is pleased to announce changes in electronic resource offerings in psychology. Effective July 1, 2013 access to the core resources in psychology published by the American Psychological Association, PsycINFO, PsycARTICLES, PsycBOOKS and PsycCRITIQUES will move from the existing Ovid platform to EBSCOhost. In addition, the Libraries will be adding APA’s newest resource, PsycTESTS to our electronic collections.