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ENGnetBASE & NANOnetBASE: Two new e-book collections for engineers

The Engineering Library has just subscribed to two great new e-book collections: ENGnetBASE and NANOnetBASE. Both subscriptions include hundreds of e-books, particularly engineering handbooks. These are great reference sources, especially if you need to look up a quick fact, physical value, equation, or other piece of engineering data. Right now the 2 collections are accessible […]

Clark Physical Sciences Library – January Update

Welcome back! A lot has happened in the library during the past month to transition the space and services. Study Space The former library space will be available for open quiet study starting next Monday January 25, 2010.  The space will be open most days M-Th 9am-10pm and F 9-5pm.  A mixture of tables, carrels, […]

Clark Physical Sciences Library – November/December Update

Dear Faculty, Students and Staff, Welcome back after the Thanksgiving holiday. We are zeroing in on the final weeks of the semester and the final weeks of the Physical Sciences Library facility. Many facets of the library transition are coming together and I wanted to update you on a few exciting developments for the spring […]

Clark Physical Sciences Library – October Update

Dear CUL, I hope the semester is starting up well for all of you. It’s been a busy summer at the Clark Physical Sciences Library as we consolidate the physical collections and transition into a virtual library service, and I wanted to update you on our progress. This process is being guided by a set […]

Physical Sciences Library Transition Team

A transition team of faculty, students and staff has been formed to address issues related to the consolidation of the Physical Sciences Library and future library support for physical sciences research and teaching.  Janet McCue, Associate University Librarian, will be leading this effort. The team will be holding its first meeting this afternoon, and the […]

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 […]

Statistics in Medicine

Q: Does Cornell have full-text online access to the journal Statistics In Medicine?  All I could find was a link to Wiley Interscience, and when I clicked on full text for an article from 1995, I got a page where I would have to log on. Answer from Steve Rockey, mathematics libraian: We have paid […]

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