Resources and Collections

Library Resources for the Environmental Humanities Symposium

The Environmental Humanities Symposium begins at 9 a.m. April 4th in Table Rock, Plemmons Student Union. The event features three keynote speakers, an interdisciplinary faculty panel, a closing roundtable discussion and a reception. The keynote speakers are Dale Jamieson, professor of philosophy and environmental studies and affiliate professor of law at New York University, Phaedra Pezzullo, associate professor of rhetoric and public culture at Indiana University; and Mel Y. Chen, associate professor of gender and women's studies at University of California Berkeley.

Affrilachian Poetry Exhibit, 4th Floor

In celebration of National Poetry Month, an exhibit of Affrilachian Poetry is now on display inside Special Collections on the 4th floor of Belk Library for the month of April. The exhibit, curated by graduate student Forrest Gray Yerman, is accessible while Special Collections is open.  Click here for hours.

Trial Access to Browzine App

We have a trial through mid-April for Browzine.  Browzine is an iPad and Android app
that allows you you gather your favorite journals, read them online, and save
some of the articles to read offline later.  Browzine updates your library with
the latest issues.

More information at http://guides.library.appstate.edu/browzine

Download at http://thirdiron.com/download/ and choose Appalachian State.

Unexpected Finds Exhibit 4th Floor

"An Exhibit of Unexpected Finds in Special Collections" is now installed in the atrium exhibit cases on the 4th floor of Belk Library and Information Commons. Most people may think ofSpecial Collections holdings consisting of books, manuscripts, DVDs, or CDs, but the collections also include a small selection of other, unexpected items. We do not seek most of the items displayed here, but their presence in our collections enriches the historical record that we do collect.

Downton Abbey Open House A Success

Thank you to everyone who attended "A Downton Afternoon" on Wednesday, February 19.  We had a record turn-out of 70 visitors, including faculty, staff, students, Friends of the Library, and others. Dr.

Feb 19 - Downton Abbey Open House This Wednesday

On Wednesday, February 19, from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., Special Collections in Belk Library and Information Commons will be hosting “A Downton Afternoon,” a Downton Abbey-themed open house in the Rhinehart Rare Books and Special Collections Room on the 4th Floor. 

Help with Anatomy & Physiology

Need help with anatomy and physiology?  Primal Pictures: Anatomy & Physiology is designed to help first and second semester anatomy and physiology students.  It includes images, interactive activities, and case studies.  Try it out.

Primal Pictures: Anatomy and Physiology

We have a limit on simultaneous users.  If you cannot get in, try again a few minutes later.  And close it when you're done.

 

Downton Abbey Exhibit and Open House

A new Special Collections exhibit, "The Lives of Nobles: Downton Abbey in the Rhinehart Collection," examines a selection of common themes between the hit BBC and PBS series Downton Abbey and the Rhinehart British Studies Rare Book Collection in Special Collections. The exhibit explores the themes of entail, country homes, and country house libraries.

Unexpected Finds Exhibit 4th Floor

"An Exhibit of Unexpected Finds in Special Collections" is now installed in the atrium exhibit cases on the 4th floor of Belk Library and Information Commons. Most people may think of Special Collections holdings consisting of books, manuscripts, DVDs, or CDs, but the collections also include a small selection of other, unexpected items. We do not seek most of the items displayed here, but their presence in our collections enriches the historical record that we do collect.

Journals on Medical and Health Topics

The Library has thousands of journals on the health sciences.  Many of them focus narrowly on subdisciplines.  But we also have the big names, such as these:

New England Journal of Medicine

JAMA (Journal of the American Medical Association)

BMJ (British Medical Journal)

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