November 2008 O’Reilly publishes the familiar line of computer software and programming books with the white covers and public-domain engravings of animals on the covers (see for example Windows Vista: The Definitive Guide). These books are very popular among students and we carry quite a few of them here in the Engineering Library. The very [...]
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The library has a trial set up to preview a new web version of the Cambridge Structural Database (CSD). This trial runs until January 10, 2009 and is set up for the following core IP ranges. http://webcsd.ccdc.cam.ac.uk 128.84.*.* 128.253.*.* 132.236.*.* Please let me know what you think of this web version of the CSD and [...]
Landscapes of Mars: A Visual Tour, by Gregory Vogt New York, NY : Springer Science+Business Media LLC, ©2008. Physical Sciences Library, QB641 .V64 2008 From the publisher “This is essentially a picture book with beautiful and exciting images that provide a visual tour of Mars. All the major regions and topographical features are shown and [...]
We’ve put up a new poster in the front display case of the Engineering Library on the various e-book libraries we have access to with particular interest to engineering, physical science and computer science disciplines. There’s also access to the PDF of the poster here.