As some of you know, I held office hours in the URBN Center at the end of last term. I did so on a limited basis as a trial and I feel it was a success. I helped several students, met with a few faculty, and was able to make an impromptu appearance in a couple of classes. For the end of the spring term, I will be holding office hours in room 440 on Wednesdays from 4pm-6pm and Thursdays from 9am-11am beginning on May 15th until June 6th.
Drexel faculty are invited to join colleagues and liaison librarians for the opening of a renovated space in W. W. Hagerty Library. Research Connections, Room 210, is a designated faculty space within the library that provides faculty a collaborative environment for researchers from across the University to gather to reflect, share, present, and/or discuss research, interdisciplinary ideas or projects of mutual interest.
Improve Health Information Use through New Technologies
Health Library Innovation Prize – $2,000 (April 5-7, 2013)
@ Philly Health <CODEFEST> - a two-day coding competition to help transform data into health information solutions. At The iSchool at Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA.
Join or Bring a Team to Help Shape New Approaches, Prototypes and Tools to Improve Information Access and Use in Health Libraries.
These enhancements include:
- Full controls (play/pause, next/previous, volume control)
- Full-screen functionality with full controls
- Re-size the iframe to any size
Libraries staff will guide faculty through the new Ares Reserves Management Software and provide details on how submit and access library reserve materials.
Starting Fall quarter, Drexel Libraries will implement a new reserves system, Ares, to manage all library reserves requests. Library reserves requests will need to be submitted electronically through Blackboard Learn. This is a significant change to our reserves processing workflow, and we ask that you please begin thinking about and submitting your reserves requests as soon as possible.
Attached is some general information about Ares.
The deadline is June and the exhibit is open to artists who
- live or hold a studio in the 19104 zip code
- working in any medium
- are interested in showing work that is responsive to the theme of Transformation
Drexel University Libraries now has access to the Vogue Archive, which is a complete searchable archive of American Vogue, from the first issue in 1892 to the current month, reproduced in high-resolution color page images.
Every page, advertisement, cover and fold-out has been included, with rich indexing enabling you to find images by garment type, designer and brand names.
Drexel University Libraries now has access to Art and Architecture Complete.
Art and Architecture Complete offers indexing and abstracts for more than 630 academic journals, magazines and trade publications as well as for over 150 books with full-text coverage of more than 250 of the periodicals.