Are you interested in the current debate over hydrofracking and shale gas in the Marcellus Shale? If so, we have a new guide to maps and interactive mapping websites. It provides links to both sides of the debate as well as government, academic, and media map resources.
An assortment of links of likely interest to Colgate staff. (from a staff development workshop)
The Iraq Study Group Report issued December 7, 2006 (160 p.) by James A. Baker III and Lee H. Hamilton (co-chairs) is available in Adobe PDF format from the Goverment Printing Office. A differently formatted version (84 p.) is also available from the United States Institute of Peace along with additional information about the Iran Study Group.
337 new ebooks have been added to the catalog as part of the Books24x7 – computer and information technology – collection. A new titles added by subject list has been created. 126 new ebooks have been added to the catalog as part of the ACLS History eBook Project. A new titles added by subject list has been created.
Use RefWorks and never agonize over whether a title should be italicized or underlined again! RefWorks automatically formats bibliographies in any citation style. Shouldn’t your time be devoted to the content of your paper, not formatting the bibliography?
Librarian Peter Tagtmeyer will walk students, faculty and staff through the process of registering for a RefWorks account, building a database of citations, and producing a bibliography.
All sessions will be held in the Clark Room across from the Hall of Presidents, in the James C. Colgate Building.
|Tuesday, October 10
||4:30 – 5:30 PM
|Wednesday, October 11
||12:15 – 1:00 PM
|Thursday, October 12
||4:30 – 5:30 PM
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