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You asked, we listened! Change in laptop loan periods:
Starting today (3/19), all laptop checkouts in the library will increase from a four-hour checkout to an eight-hour checkout with 1 (two-hour) renewal. Please let us know how you like this change.
The Library Student Advisory Group met on February 23rd and offered some excellent suggestions for developing the kiosks.
The kiosks are definitely a work in progress, so please let us know what you would like to see!
Three new videos!
These brief tutorials (only 2 or 3 minutes each) will make the time you spend doing research more efficient. If you are a professor, and would like these videos embedded into your AsULearn course, contact Megan johnson @ email@example.com.
The Appalachian State University Global Film Series presents Tambien la Lluviaa (Even the Rain) on Tuesday, March 6, at 7 p.m. in I.G. Greer Auditorium. Admission is free.
The award-winning film is directed by Iciar Bollain and stars Gael Garcia Bernal and Luis Tosar.
Set in contemporary Cochabamba, Bolivia, the film deals with matters of globalization, indigenous rights, and environmental/sustainable development issues.
Benito Del Pliego, an associate professor in the Department of Foreign Languages and Literature, will introduce the film. A panel discussion featuring study abroad students that traveled to Cochabamba will share what they learned about the Bolivian people and issues highlighted in the film.
Information about the series is online at http://guides.library.appstate.edu/globalfilmseries.
The library has added new touchscreen information kiosks on each floor of the building. These monitors will give you instant, easy access to some of our most popular web tools:
Our technology services staff is currently working on getting small printers attached to each monitor, so that students may print out confirmation slips when booking group study rooms.
We're working on additional apps to add to the kiosks. Can you think of anything else you'd like to be able to do on these kiosks? Let us know in the comments.
Submit a short work of fiction (must be 500 words or less) and you could win a $150 gift certificate from the University Bookstore. Gift certificates to the top 3 authors. Open to all current Appalachian State University Students.
Belk Library is hosting training sessions for Web of Science and EndNote Web.
Date: Tuesday, February 14
Time: Web of Science 12:00pm - 1:00pm | EndNote 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Location: Belk Library, room 024
Thomson Reuters, producer of both products, is sending one of their trainer/teachers for one workshop for each product. Seating in each session is limited to the first 40 who email requesting a seat. Each class is 1 hour.
To register for either session, please email John Abbott (firstname.lastname@example.org) and put "workshop" in the subject line and indicate which session(s) you wish to attend.
Are you interested in discovering who is citing your work or the work of others? Learn how to use Web of Science to utilize your research time more efficiently.
The Web of Science seminar covers:
Are you interested in learning better ways to effectively manage your references with a simple accessible tool? Learn how to use EndNote Web to manage your references more effectively and save time in your writing process.
With Web of Knowledge, you have access to EndNote Web, a reference organizer and collaboration tool that enables users to collect references and collaborate easily with other. Plus, insert citations and create bibliographies in Microsoft Word, instantly!
The seminar will cover:
For Spring 2012, the library and SGA worked to make the following changes to library late night hours:
1. The Atrium area will close at 2 a.m. There will be no 24 hours access to the Atrium and Wired Scholar.
2. For 2 weeks at Final exams, the library will be open 24/5 from Sunday night through Thursday nights.
Find daily hours and any holiday/break exceptions on the official library hours calendar.
Searching for University Archives materials has just gotten easier. University Archives finding aids are now online and searchable through the new search box on the main Special Collections page. Finding aids, or guides to archival collections, are available for all University Archives material. If you're looking for information about the history of ASU, this is the place to start.
The following online databases from EBSCO are now available from the Library's Databases and E-Research Tools page (or click on the database below):