Fogler Library Newsletter – 10/24/2023

In This Issue:

  • Hot Topic: Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
  • Librarians on Navigate!
  • Halloweekend Horror Author Panel: Conversations at Fogler
  • Featured Resource: National Sea Grant Library Database

Hot Topic: Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Fogler’s Research & Instruction Department has put together a new Hot Topic guide on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict. This guide provides links to basic current and historical information, as well as pointing to resources available through Fogler Library.

Students! Schedule with Librarians on Navigate

Fogler subject librarians have a new way for students to contact us! If students have questions about finding, evaluating, and citing sources, they can now schedule a meeting with a librarian using Navigate (on the UMaine Portal Launchpad).

Halloweekend Horror Author Panel: Conversations at Fogler

This Halloween Eve, October 30 from 7-8pm, come to Fogler’s second floor Salon to listen to some of the scariest stories Maine has to offer, and to meet the minds responsible! Emma J. Gibbon, Peter Dudar, and Morgan Sylvia are published authors of horror living in Maine. They’ll be visiting Fogler Library to read excerpts of their books, sign some copies, and for a Q&A. Snacks will be provided.

Register here! Space is limited and registration is required.

Featured Resource: National Sea Grant Library Database

The National Sea Grant Library Database is a searchable database of over 47,000 publications resulting from Sea Grant funded research. Subjects covered include aquaculture, coastal zone management, marine education, and oceanography. Over 22,000 of the documents are available in digital format and may be downloaded from the site.

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