New York State Database Changes: April 1, 2009

**NOTE  4/1/09: As of this morning, the databases have not switched over. Please be patient as we work out the kinks with NovelNY. I will post again when the databases are active. Thank you for your patience.

Most people don’t know that New York State provides free access to select databases for all New York citizens through a program called NovelNY. All you need to access this is a New York State drivers license, or, in the case of New York institutions, they can be linked through their web sites.   The Resnick Library has provided seamless access to these NovelNY databases for a few years now.

On April 1, 2009, the databases that make up NovelNY will change with the new fiscal year (unfortunately the government and academic fiscal years are not the same). This will create some difficulty for anyone using permanent links to material in databases that we will lose. However, we will gain access to two new databases in their stead. SUNY Delhi will lose access to some select Ebsco databases and some select Gale databases while gaining access to the Proquest Platnum database (comparable to Academic Search Premier) and Groiler Online (comparable to an online encyclopedia).  For further information, check out NovelNY’s FAQ page.

Below is the detailed list of databases:
Cancelled:
Ebsco’s General Science Collection
Ebsco’s MasterFILE Select
Ebsco’s TOPICsearch
Ebsco’s Science Reference Center
Gale’s Informe
Gale’s Infotrack Junior
Gale’s Nursing & Allied Health Collection
Gale’s Virtual Reference Library (select titles)

New:
Proquest Platinum (comparable to Academic Search Premier)
Groiler Online (Encyclopedia type site)

Resnick Library Offers Free Journals Through March 13, 2009

Your Resnick Library is pleased to make withdrawn Journals available to faculty and staff. Distribution will be on a first come, “as is” basis. These items will be available for pickup between 9:00am – 4:00pm through Friday, March 13. Located in Bush Hall 3rd Floor Library Staff Workroom, items will be on carts clearly marked as “Free”. See a staff member prior to leaving the workroom. A list of available titles is available below:

Advertising Age

AKC Gazette – Missing December

American Journal of Nursing

American Journal of Nursing- Missing January 2003

American Nurseryman- Missing January 1, 2003

American Woodworker

Architectural Digest

ASHRAE Journal- Missing December

Athletic Management

Audubon

Backpacker- Missing January, July, October, November, December

Belted Kingfisher

Builder- Missing November

Business Week- Missing Dec.4th & Dec.11th

Camping Magazine

Car and Driver

Challenge

Change

Choice- routing slip for librarians- Missing July

Civil Engineering- Missing November & December

Commentary

Compendium: Continuing Education for Veterinarians

Computer Graphics World- Missing Jan., May, Dec.

Computerworld: Newspaper for IT Leaders

Concrete Construction

Construction Specifier – Missing October

Consumer Reports

Cornell Hospitality Quarterly-Missing Vol.42 No.1, 2 & 6, Vol.47 No.1 & 4

Custom Home

Discover

Economic Review

Economist

Empire State Report Magazine- Missing Jan. & Sep.

Engineering Design Graphics Journal

Environment

Environmental Health Perspectives

Fine Homebuilding (Taunton’s)- Missing December

Hoard’s Dairymen

IPM Practitioner- Missing July & August

Journal of Basic Writing

Journal of Developmental Education

Journal of Light Construction

Journal of Travel Research

Journal of Wildlife Management

Lab Animal- Annual Buyers Guide

Laboratory Animals- Missing January & December

Ladies Home Journal- Missing May

Landscape Architecture – Missing January & February

Landscape Management- Missing February & December

Magazine of History

Masonry Construction

Microbe- Missing Vol.1 No.1, 2, 3 & 10

Minority Engineer

Monthly Labor Review

Mother Earth News

New England Review

Occupation Outlook Quarterly

Office Solutions

Outdoor Life- Missing January

Parks & Recreation

PC Magazine

Population Bulletin

Psychology Today

Restaurant Business

Restaurant Hospitality- Missing Feb 2002 & Oct. 2002

RN

Rolling Stone

Skiing- Missing May, June, July & August

Strategic Finance- Missing December

Survey of Current Businesses

Teaching English in a Two-Year College-TYC

The Economist

Travel & Leisure- Missing June 2003

Vital Speeches of the day

Woman Engineer

Woodworker’s Journal

Workbench

Workforce Management- Missing January, February, March, April, May, June

Writer

Wine Display @ Resnick Library

Satisfy Your Taste for More Wine Information!

Visit the Resnick Library Wine Exhibit, courtesy of the Hospitality Department and Generous Contributors.

When asked, “what kind of wine do you prefer?” do you:

a. wish you were 21
b. respond, “depends on who’s buying”
c. name a color (red, white, pink)
d. say, “I really don’t know”
e. ask, “what food is being served?”
f. other (bet there’s some good ones too)

Today’s consumers are becoming more knowledgeable and versatile in selecting wine for purchase. No longer is it proper wine etiquette to drink specific wines with given foods. Wine lovers and novices alike should drink the variety of wine they enjoy, when and with what they like. Educating one’s palette should be an enjoyable and lifelong pursuit.

Thanks to Instructor Don Reynolds, student George Udovich, Alumni Coordinator Aliza Rutledge, and supportive contributors Resnick Library is hosting an informative wine exhibit through March.

Those interested in pursuing more information are invited to search the Resnick Library catalog for the many informative books, articles, and DVDs on the subject. Additionally, the following course is offered on campus Fall Semester 2009:

HOSP 250 – Wine, Life and Society
3 credit hours
Aug 31,2009 – Dec 18,2009
Tues/Thurs: 11:00 am – 12:15 pm
Sanford Hall 116
Instructor: Gennaro Pellegrino

COURSE DESCRIPTION: We will be discussing wine styles, wines paired with food, and the relationships to beer, sake’ spirits, tea, coffee & water. Students will prepare papers on wine styles and how to create food pairings with all the beverages covered in the course. Periodic tasting will be part of the course. We will discuss procurement, protocols and glassware.

PRE-REQUISITES: None, but you must be 18 years old.

The Resnick Library and Hospitality Department hope to see you there!