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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 Library Update, May 22, 2009

The Physical Sciences Library transition team has started planning discussions for the transition of the library. The library staff will be posting regular updates to the departments by email and on the library News site (  On the website you will also find a new section on ebooks and a direct link to the Annex […]

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 […]

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 […]

Do you have [XYZ O’Reilly computer book]?

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 […]

IEEE Xplore Upgrade Scheduled for Jan. 26

Dear IEEE subscriber, We are writing to inform you that an upgrade of the IEEE Xplore Digital Library is scheduled for Saturday, 26 January. During this deployment, the system will be unavailable for up to up to eight hours beginning at approximately 9:00 AM ET. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. As a […]



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