Art Show @ the Library

The annual spring Student Art Show opens at Resnick Library on Wednesday April 26.  Meet the artists and enjoy some refreshments at the Opening Reception 3-6pm in the Library Cafe.  The show runs through Friday, May 5 Thursday, May 11th.

-Pam 

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Free Trial: CQ Researcher Plus Archive…2 more weeks

Trial access is available for the CQ Researcher Plus Archive database through Friday, April 28th. A great resource for public policy issues, CQ Researcher offers thorough, balanced reports, covering the background and development of a controversy or public policy problem, the current situation and a future outlook on the issue. These reports include pro/con essays, as well as a chronology of relevant events and legislation. Recent report topics include Future of Feminism, Nuclear Energy, and Presidential Power.

With reports going back to 1923, CQ Researcher Plus Archive is also a useful source for historical topics like prohibition, the Great Depression era, WWII, civil rights and desegregation, foreign relations and the Cold War, etc.

To access, go to http://library.cqpress.com/login.php?mode=trials.
Username=delhi and Password=trial.
-Amy

InterLibrary Loan Deadline – Tues. April 25th by 5pm

As the end of the semester is approaching, I encourage you to get started on your research, even if you're not ready to write your paper or project yet. Depending on your topic, we may not have many relevant books or articles, in which case you might need to borrow some items from other libraries.

If we don't have it we can get it for you! If it's a book you need, just look for it on WorldCat, and submit an ILL request online. If it's an article, print out the citation information from wherever you found it, and drop it off with a library staff member.

Just remember that the last day for student requests to borrow from other libraries is Wednesday, April 26th. Tuesday, April 25th, by 5pm.
-Amy

New Books – Science and Nature

What's new in science and nature? The following books/DVDs are now available in the library:

Biodiesel: Growing a New Energy Economy
Coral Reef Adventure DVD (on reserve)
Evolution DVD Box Set (on reserve)
Evolution of American Ecology, 1890-2000
Ice: The Nature, History, and Uses of this Surprising Substance
Intelligence in Nature
NOVA: World in the Balance – the Population Paradox DVD (on reserve)
Rising Tide: Great Mississippi Flood of 1927, and How it Changed America
Secret Weapons: Defenses of Insects, Spiders, Scorpions, and other Many-Legged Creatures
Under Ground: How Creatures of Mud and Dirt Shape our World
World Population DVD (on reserve)

new Peterson's Field Guides:

  • Atlantic Coast Fishes, North America
  • Birds' Nests, U.S. East of the Mississippi River
  • Eastern Forests, North America
  • Ferns and their Related Famillies, New England and Central North America
  • Hummingbirds of North America
  • Medicinal Plants and Herbs of Eastern and Central North America
  • Western Medicinal Plants and Herbs

…More coming soon…
-Amy
 

Free Trial: MLA International Bibliography

Trial access is available to the MLA International Bibliography database through April 22, 2006. MLA is the primary research index for literature, language and linguistics, folklore, and dramatic arts. A bibliography of journal articles, books, and dissertations, MLA covers literature and publications from around the world.
Full text is not available, but you may try the SFX link to check if we have full text access elsewhere, or you may request the article via interlibrary loan. So if you have a research topic in this area, give MLA a try, and tell us what you think.
-Amy

April’s Free eBook of the Month from NetLibrary

NetLibrary, our eBooks provider, is offering free online access to Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine, 16th edition, during the month of April. The world's #1 selling medical textbook, Harrison's covers over 4,700 diseases and disorders in the areas of oncology and hematology, infectious diseases, cardiology, gastroenterology, endocrinology, neurology, and critical care medicine.
You can browse the print version of this text in Resnick Library (Find it in the Reference section under REF RC46 .H333 2005), but if online access is more convenient for you, take advantage of this free access during April. If you need to access it from off-campus, you must first create your own NetLibrary account while on campus. Simply go to http://www.netlibrary.com.
-Amy