FOGLER LIBRARY NEWS SERVICE
Publicizing events, collections, acquisitions and services at UMaine's library
-- Wednesday, September 24, 2008 --
Bear in Mind... that Fogler has the only Patents and Trademarks
Depository Library Collection in the state of Maine. Stop by the Science and
Engineering Center on the second floor to find out more.
A. Science, Online Journal of the AAAS
A. Interlibrary Loan Services
A. New in Reference: Encyclopedia of Political Communication
A. SCIENCE, ONLINE JOURNAL OF THE AAAS
Online access to the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) journal Science is now available via Fogler Library's electronic journal site <library.umaine.edu/ejournals/>. Full-text articles, multimedia (podcasts, interactives, videos, images), daily and weekly news, and job ads are included. Access provides articles from 1997 to the present. Users may opt to receive email alerts and RSS feeds. For assistance in using Science, please contact the Science & Engineering librarians at 207-581-1691 or Reference at 207-581-1673.
A Interlibrary Loan Services
The Interlibrary Loan Department witnessed a few changes over the summer. We have a new Interlibrary Loan and Material Delivery Librarian, Susan Buzzell (207-581-1674 or email@example.com) and a new look for the ILLiad web interface. Changes to the web interface will allow us to communicate more effectively with ILLiad users and to target messages for faculty about available services such as document delivery.
If it has been a while since you last used ILLiad, you may have forgotten your password. You can now reset your password yourself using the Forget Password? function on the main ILLiad page <illiad.library.umaine.edu/illiad/meu/logon.html>. If both your username and password have been lost in the barrage of usernames and passwords, please contact our office (207-581-1671 or firstname.lastname@example.org) and we can reset your password for you and remind you of your username.
A. NEW IN REFERENCE: ENCYCLOPEDIA OF POLITICAL COMMUNICATION
The two-volume Encyclopedia of Political Communication [REF JA85.E64 2008] provides in-depth essays on topics related to political communication, written by American and international academics who are specialists in this field. Topics range from the traditional such as press freedom, dramatist approaches to political communication, and political persuasion, to current topics such as blogs, negative campaigning, and the use of humor in politics. For further information contact
Reference at 207-581-1673.
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