Fogler Library Faculty Newsletter

Fogler Library Faculty Newsletter 11-12-2019

In this issue Including Information Literacy Curriculum in Your Courses Arranging Library Reserves for Your Courses Citation Manager Workshops NaNoWriMo Write-Ins at Fogler Library Featured Resource: Special Collections Finding Aids Manuscript material held by Raymond H. Fogler Library’s Special Collections Department covers a wide range of subjects reflecting historical events, business, education, arts, and sciences. This […]

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Fogler Library Faculty Newsletter 11-5-2019

In this issue NaNoWriMo Write-Ins at Fogler Library Citation Manager Workshops Supervised Machine Learning Workshop Canceled Featured Resource: Oxford Research Encyclopedia of American History The Oxford Research Encyclopedia of American History provides peer-reviewed long-form articles, as well as shorter summaries. The encyclopedia is updated monthly with new or edited articles. The Oxford Research Encyclopedia of […]

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Fogler Library Faculty Newsletter 10-29-2019

In this issue Citation Manager Workshops Hot Topics: Elections Guide Expanding Scholarly Impact with DigitalCommons@UMaine Making the Most of Your Literature Review Beyond “fake news”: Digging into media literacy and cognitive bias Featured Resource: Mintel Academic Mintel publishes over 220 marketing reports in the US every year. Reports include data such as answers to consumer […]

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Fogler Library Faculty Newsletter 10-22-2019

In this issue Formatting a Manuscript with LaTeX Citation Manager Workshops Making the Most of Your Literature Review Beyond “fake news”: Digging into media literacy and cognitive bias Featured Resource: Maine Bicentennial Collection The Maine Bicentennial collection on DigitalCommons@UMaine comprises documents from Raymond H. Fogler Library’s Special Collections that the library has selected as relevant […]

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Fogler Library Faculty Newsletter 10-15-2019

In this issue Citation Manager Workshops Formatting a Manuscript with LaTeX Featured Resource: Reference Sources Guide Our Reference Sources Guide provides a collection of online tools to find quick answers. Through the guide, you can find reference publications, dictionaries, almanacs, statistics, and searchable collections of subject encyclopedias, as well as the newest titles acquired by […]

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Fogler Library Faculty Newsletter 10-8-2019

In this issue Hot Topics Guides from Fogler Library Introduction to Python Grants 101 Workshop Formatting a Manuscript with LaTeX Featured Resource: Guide to Citation Managers A citation manager helps you “capture” records of articles, books, and other publications as you are researching, organize them as needed for your future use, and from these records […]

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Fogler Library Faculty Newsletter 10-1-2019

In this issue Access to BrowZine Ending on January 1, 2020 Intro to Analysis and Graphing with R Introduction to Python Grants 101 Workshop Featured Resource: Safari Books Online Safari Books Online provides full-text access to more than 45,000 e-books and videos from leading publishers such as O’Reilly, Pearson, Wiley, Packt, Harvard Business Review, and […]

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Fogler Library Faculty Newsletter 9-17-2019

In this issue New UMaine Finding Aids Getting Started with R Information Literacy Guidelines for First-Year Students Intro to Analysis and Graphing with R Intro to Python Featured Resource: Document Delivery Services University of Maine faculty, staff, and students may use this service to obtain pdf copies of journal articles or book chapters (up to […]

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Fogler Library Faculty Newsletter 9-17-2019

In this issue MaineCards now accepted at nearly 70 libraries throughout Maine Getting Started with R Information Literacy Guidelines for First-Year Students Intro to Analysis and Graphing with R Featured Resource: Faculty Services Guide The Fogler Library Faculty Services Guide details a number of the services available to faculty through the library. Some of the […]

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Fogler Library Faculty Newsletter 9-11-2019

In this issue High Performance Computing Workshop Getting Started with R Information Literacy Guidelines for First-Year Students Featured Resource: Guide to Altmetrics Altmetrics is the use of alternative, or nontraditional, measurements to better understand the extent of a work’s scholarly impact. Altmetrics serve as a complement to traditional metrics (e.g., citation counts) by incorporating statistics […]

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