Monthly Archives: February 2016

4 March 2016, Volume 9, Number 23

If you try BrowZine, I think you will agree it is easy way to keep up with the  new research as it displays the most current table of contents for a peer reviewed journal and provides the full text.  Back … Continue reading

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26 February 2016, Volume 9, Number 22

USE FAIRLY. NOT TOO MUCH. HAVE REASONS. The University Library’s new Director of Information Policy, Brandon Butler thinks the slow food movement tells us something important about our fair use rights. He points out that Michael Pollan wrote, “Eat food. … Continue reading

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19 February 2016, Volume 9, Number 21

MANUSCRIPT-STYLE DISSERTATION Workshop:  Manuscript Style Dissertations: Copyright pointers and Submission Choices Date:  Wednesday, February 24 Time:  4:00 – 5:00pm Location:  Ruffner Hall, room 302 (Library Data Commons) Description:  This session will focus on understanding and securing the copyrights for the … Continue reading

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12 February 2016, Volume 9, Number 20

DISSERTATION DEFENSES If you are looking for a place to hold your dissertation defense, here are 3 suggestions. 1.  Start with your Department’s secretary. She or he can reserve rooms in Bavaro and Ruffner Halls. 2. See if a space … Continue reading

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5 February 2016, Volume 9, Number 19

BEST NEWS EVER!  Browsing scholarly journals is key to the research process, a vital way researchers familiarize themselves with new academic disciplines. Enter this new tool called Browzine! BrowZine has easy to navigate bookshelves (yes, they show a picture of … Continue reading

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