On July 23rd and 24th, 2015, Stanford's Center for Computational, Evolutionary and Human Genomics (CEHG) and Data Management Services co-sponsored a Software Carpentry Workshop on Stanford University campus. Software Carpentry is a non-profit volunteer organization focused on teaching researchers core computing skills for getting more done in less time and with less pain. The workshop had twenty-one participants, including graduate students, postdocs, and faculty, who all gathered in the teaching corner of the Branner Earth Sciences Library for two intense days of learning.
We are pleased to announce the September 2015 digital issue of the Terman Engineering Library News.
In the news this month:
- Welcome New Students and Faculty
- Key Resources for new SoE Students
- New Printing, Copying, Scanning
- Engineering Library Open House
- Rejoin Mendeley for Extra Storage and More
- Solidworks – Get it Here
- Fall Workshops
- Claim Your Research with ORCID
You can now find and access Natural Earth geospatial data directly from EarthWorks.
Rosh Hashanah begins Sunday evening, Sept. 13 this year. The white ram by Mordicai Gerstein tells the story of the this animal's role in that holiday. It won the 2006 National Jewish Book Awards for Illustrated Children's Book. It is just one of many books in Cubberley Library for children and young adults that have a Jewish theme.
For your browsing pleasure, we present the following list of new scores added to composer complete editions, historical sets, and facsimiles:
Rossini. Sei Sonate a Quattro per Violini, violoncello e contrabbasso. Edizione critica delle opere di Gioachino Rossini / comitato di redazione, Bruno Cagli, Philip Gossett, Alberto Zedda (ser.6/4)
Schönberg. Serenade, op. 24. Sämtliche Werke / Arnold Schönberg ; herausgegeben von Josef Rufer (Abt. VI: Kammermusik, Reihe B, Bd. 23/1)
How do you know a publication date? For most books, simply look for the copyright or edition information at the beginning. For mass produced modern CDs, check the edge of the disc surface for the “p date”, or maybe it will be in the booklet inserted into the container. But what about piano rolls for reproducing and player pianos? Stanford Archive of Recorded Sound’s Player Piano Project faces this question. The publication date certainly isn’t stamped on the label, yet we need it.