Is there such thing as too many books? Of course not! As long as they keep publishing them, we’ll keep buying them. That’s how we help keep the downtown campus on top of new ideas and hot trends in the fields. Among our recent acquisitions for the Information Science collection are several books focusing on the technical side of things. Check them out!
Citation Generators: Your New Best FriendJust when you think you have finally put to bed that research paper that has haunted you for the past week and a half, it hits you: you still have to cite your sources! If only there was some sort of magic tool that would organize all your sources for you and spit out a perfectly formatted bibliography just in the nick of time?
Hydraulic fracturing (fracking) for natural gas has generated a great deal of controversy regarding the impacts on the environment and public health. The controversy is ongoing in many areas of the United States including New York State. There has been a moratorium on the practice in New York State since 2008. Nevertheless, the controversy continues on many fronts...
Dewey Workshops 12/2- 12/6 Dewey Library is offering a single workshop this week: Wednesday, December 4, we are offering the Social Welfare Research Seminar at 2:00pm. For more information, call 442-3691, stop by the reference desk, or register online.
The recently released feature film Captain Phillips has brought modern day piracy to the silver screen. The movie, based on an actual occurrence of piracy off the Horn of Africa, has raised public awareness of the crime which until recently most had thought was an outdated practice...
The Dewey Library is offering a single workshop due to the holiday weekend. Monday, Nov. 25 we are offering Resources for Evidence Based Practice at 10:00am. For more information, call 442-3691, stop by the reference desk, or register online.
Over at the Copyright Advisory Network is a great tool called the Fair Use Evaluator and it will be a very good tool to bookmark for when you have questions regarding your use of an item protected by copyright.
The Dewey Library is offering several workshops this week. For more information, call 442-3691, stop by the reference desk, or register online.
Human trafficking is a grave social issue and one that many social welfare students and researchers may wish to study. We have all seen the many stories about human trafficking in the news.
The University Libraries bring you another great resource to jumpstart your research on any number of topics.