Publicizing events, collections, acquisitions and services at UMaine's library
-- Wednesday, February 18, 2015 --
A. Film Series: The Human Dimensions of Climate Change
B. New Faculty Services page
A. New Donation to Special Collections
A. FILM SERIES: THE HUMAN DIMENSIONS OF CLIMATE CHANGE
Join us for the upcoming three-part series, "The Human Dimensions of Climate Change." Each film will be shown at 6pm on a
Tuesday evening in Fogler's Library Classroom, with discussion to follow. Viewings will include "Years of Living Dangerously,
Season Finale" (March 17, with discussant Dr. Paul Mayewski, Climate Change Institute), "Glacial Balance" (March 24, with
discussants Jessica Scheick, Kate Warner & Dulcinea Groff, NSF IGERT Fellows), and "Disruption" (March 31, with discussant Dr.
Mario Teisl, School of Economics). The series is jointly sponsored by the Department of Anthropology, the Climate Change
Institute, and Fogler Library. For more information, contact Jen Bonnet at <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
B. NEW FACULTY SERVICES PAGE
Faculty now have access to an updated Faculty Services page. The page contains all the information previously available along
with some additional resources in a new easy to use format. Access to the Faculty Services page is at
<http://umaine.beta.libguides.com/facultyservices>. Please update your bookmark or favorite to the new page.
Well-known publisher of scholarly journals, Elsevier, now allows authors of accepted and published manuscripts to self-archive
in open access institutional repositories. Although the policy may vary from title-to-title within the Elsevier collection of
journals, in general, authors may now voluntarily share author accepted manuscripts in an institutional repository. This
requires authors to keep track of their accepted manuscripts or to recover copies from the journal of publication. Published
journal content may be subject to specified embargo periods. Elsevier authors may learn more about the publisher’s open access
policies by visiting the publisher’s website at <http://www.elsevier.com/journal-authors/open-access/open-access-options>. For assistance self-archiving in DigitalCommons@UMaine, contact Kim Sawtelle at 581.1692 or by First Class
<email@example.com> or your library subject specialist <http://library.umaine.edu/colldev/contacts.htm>.
A. NEW DONATION TO SPECIAL COLLECTIONS
Thanks to the generosity of the Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Horowitz Foundation for the Arts, and of Ms. Abigail Booth Gerdts,
Fogler Library's Special Collections recently received a gift of the five-volume catalogue raisoné, Record of Works by Winslow
Homer, published by the Ira Spanierman Gallery and the Goodrich-Homer Art Education Project.
Distributed by Fogler Library, University of Maine, Orono, Maine.
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