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Where can I find consultants for my computer science class?

December 2008 (Special thanks this month to Annemarie Morse of ACCEL) Q: My professor said I can get my test re-graded at the “consulting desk” at the Engineering Library, Reading Room, but I don’t see any desk like that here. I asked upstairs at ACCEL but no one there quite knew what they were talking […]

Brian Greene Lectures Available on Video

Brian Greene, Professor Mathematics & Physics at Columbia University, taught a class for Cornell students (February, 2000). Video tapes of his lectures are now available in the Physical Sciences Library. Ask at the circulation desk for “Physics with Greene ” (Video 129 tapes1-11). -Pat Viele, Physics Librarian, ptv1@cornell.edu

NTRL National Technical Reports Library Trial

We have a trial for full-text PDFs reports from NTRL – National Technical Reports Library, which many of us know as NTIS, National Technical Reports Service. Many of these were previously available only on microfiche. Access: http://ntrl.ntis.gov click on “Search NTRL Collection” The trial ends May 14, 2009, when we can decide whether or not […]

Library Hours During Winter Break

Will you be on-campus over the Winter break? Don’t get left out in the cold! Check out the library hours December 20-January 18 at http://www.library.cornell.edu/about/libhourswinter2008.html

New Books Highlight: Euler’s Gem

Euler’s gem : the polyhedron formula and the birth of topology, David S. Richeson Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, 2008. QA611.A3 R53 2008 Mathematics Library From the Publisher: “Leonhard Euler’s polyhedron formula describes the structure of many objects–from soccer balls and gemstones to Buckminster Fuller’s buildings and giant all-carbon molecules. Yet Euler’s formula is […]

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