News and Reminders

Maine Campus newspaper archive now available online

More than 5,000 issues of the University of Maine’s student-run newspaper, the Maine Campus, are now available online. Patrons can search the 130-year archive and download complete issues from anywhere in the world through Digital Commons at UMaine, an online repository managed by Raymond H. Fogler Library. The online archive is the result of a […]

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Hot Topics: Plastics and the Environment

Fogler Library Reference and Information Literacy Department has published a new guide. Hot Topics: Plastics and the Environment provides introductory information, books, articles, statistics, and additional resources that will help anyone researching the environmental impact of plastics. Please share this guide with any students or colleagues who may find it helpful.

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Hot Topics: Sustainable Food Systems

Fogler Library Reference and Information Literacy Department has published a new guide. Hot Topics: Sustainable Food Systems provides introductory information, books, articles, statistics, and additional resources that will help anyone researching sustainable food systems. Please share this guide with any students or colleagues who may find it helpful.

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Hot Topics Guide: Race Relations

Fogler Library Reference and Information Literacy Department has published a new Hot Topics guide, “Race Relations,” which provides introductory information, statistics, useful websites, media content, and other resources about race relations in the United States. Please share this guide with any of your students who may be researching the subject.

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Audio and Visual Equipment Available

Did you know that you can borrow a wide range of audio and visual equipment from Fogler Library? We have laptops, cameras, projectors, and much more available at our Reserve Desk on the first floor of Fogler.

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New Desks with USB Outlets on 3rd Floor

Need a quiet space to study? Our 3rd floor is the quiet floor of Fogler, and we recently brought in new furniture with USB ports at each desk.  You’ll find the desks located along the walls throughout the 3rd floor.

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R for Beginners Workshop Available Online

A recording of Fogler Library’s February 8th “R for Beginners” Workshop is now available online through Adobe Connect. Presented by Professor Aaron Weiskittel, the workshop provides an introduction and demonstration of some of the capabilities of R, a widely used language and environment for managing, graphing, and analyzing data of all forms (e.g., spatial, quantitative, and qualitative). The workshop was […]

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