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7 Ways To Be A More Efficient Physicist

Join us this week for another library brown bag lunch: “7 Ways To Be A More Efficient Physicist” Thursday 4/30 12:15-1:00PM 701 Clark Topics include: – shortcuts to access resources off-campus – stay up-to-date with current literature (set-up feeds for citation alerts, journal table of contents, and more) – e-Books. Search hundreds of books at […]

Physical Sciences Library Forum Reminder – April 21st

The Library is hosting two conversations about the future of the Physical Science Library.  Please come to share your thoughts and concerns with us. Graduate students:  April 14 Undergraduates: April 21 Both forums will be held at 4:30p.m. in Clark Hall 701.

The Future of the Physical Sciences Library – FAQ’s

Frequently Asked Questions Q: Why is the Physical Sciences Library being affected? A: The Library had to cut make major budget cuts this year — $1.7 million from the budget this year and a loss of another $1.3 million from its unrestricted reserve balances — and it’s no longer sustainable to have 20 physical locations […]

Forums on the Physical Science Library

The Library is hosting two conversations about the future of the Physical Science Library.  Please come to share your thoughts and concerns with us. Graduate students:  April 14 Undergraduates: April 21 Both forums will be held at 4:30p.m. in Clark Hall 701.

Scopus Trial Available (compare to Web of Science)

Elsevier has made available a university-wide trial for Scopus at www.scopus.com (available on-campus only).   Elsevier positions Scopus against  Web of Science.  The Database Review Committee (DRC) has received a proposal from Elsevier that roughly averages to $70,000 per year for the next 3-5 years.   Compared to this price,   DRC pays roughly $117,000 for Web of […]

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