FOGLER LIBRARY NEWS SERVICE
Publicizing events, collections, acquisitions and services at UMaine's library
-- Wednesday, October 3, 2007 --
A. Conventional And Electronic Reserves Services Offered
B. Computer Mapping/GIS Clinics Through Oct. 15 Free to Faculty and Students
A. 1,000 Additional Journals From The Publisher Springer
A. CONVENTIONAL AND ELECTRONIC RESERVES SERVICES OFFERED
Fogler Library offers both conventional and electronic reserves ("e-reserves") services. To place course material on reserve, please use the form at our reserves website www.library.umaine.edu/reserves/form.htm. To ensure that your reserve materials are ready for your students kindly follow these guidelines: submit your request at least six weeks prior to the first class assignment; provide first generation copies for scanning; and provide a copy of your syllabus. Designate whether your materials are to be available to students as hard copy only, e-reserve only, or both.
Students can look up all reserve material listings -- by instructor and class number -- online through URSUS. E-reserves are available online 24/7. If your reserve material is in print format, students can go to the Reserve Desk on the first floor of the Library, tell the staff member the titles they need, and check them out for the loan period you have specified (e.g. 4-hour, 4-hour-library use only, 2-day).
For more information about reserves and processing please see our web page at www.library.umaine.edu/reserves/default.htm. If you have questions you (or your grad assistant) are encouraged to contact library staff directly. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; voice: 581-1641.
B. COMPUTER MAPPING/GIS CLINICS THROUGH OCT.15 FREE TO FACULTY AND STUDENTS
Announcing "GIS/Computer Mapping Clinics", offering consultation on any stage of a faculty or student computer mapping project, and introducing the GeoStats facilities to carry out all or some of it here in the Library. Clinic hours are Monday-Thursday 9 am - 2 pm from now until October 15 when our GIS workshops begin: library.umaine.edu/newmedia/#Computer_Mapping. To make an appointment please email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or call 581-1680. Walk-in clients are welcome.
A. 1,000 ADDITIONAL JOURNALS FROM THE PUBLISHER SPRINGER
Fogler Library now provides online access to more than 1,000 additional journals from the publisher Springer, thanks to our affiliation with the Northeast Research Libraries consortium. Springer publications cover a wide array of disciplines. Most titles offer full text from 1997 to present. Available journals are listed in both URSUS (22.214.171.124/) and the web link on the Fogler's home epage entitled "ejournals @ maine" www.library.umaine.edu/ejournals/. ArticleLinker points to the full-text articles from numerous citation databases (e.g. Web of Science). Sample titles include Ecosystems, Trees, Theoretical and Computational Fluid Dynamics, Neuropsychology Review, and Minerva: A Review of Science, Learning and Policy.
Reminder: Springer's Lecture Notes in Computer Science, which covers information technology research, development, and education, is also available online from our Indexes and Databases page at www.library.umaine.edu/indexesdb/Indexes.asp. For assistance please contact Reference (581-1673) or Science & Engineering (581-1691).
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