Winter term workshops comparing multiple citation management tools will be held on January 16, 17 and 21 in Room 203 of the Huang Engineering Building. The overview session will cover EndNote, Mendeley, RefWorks and Zotero. To sign up, join the "Science and Engineering Libraries Training" site on Coursework (SUNET ID required) at: http://bit.ly/SciEngWorkshops
The Mathematics & Statistics Library is now open at its new location on the 3rd floor of Herrin Hall (kitty-corner from Bldg. 380), sharing space with Falconer Biology Library. You can still reach the Math-Stat Library staff at (650) 723-4672 and email@example.com.
Tours of the new location of the Math-Stat Library will be held on:
Monday-Thursday, 1/6-1/9 at 3pm
Monday & Tuesday, 1/13 & 1/14 at Noon
Thursday & Friday, 1/23 & 1/24 at Noon
Creating a last minute gift and you need that perfect photo? Search Flickr Creative Commons portal, Library of Congress Prints & Photographs Online, Clip Art, and stock photos sites through the University of Washington's Images libguide.
Read Compassion's Curative Power by Emma Seppala, PhD, the associate director of The Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education at the School of Medicine. Compassion offers tremendous health benefits and Seppala cites a study about the science behind compassion's health impact.
To learn more, see what Stanford Libraries have to offer about compassion including persperctives from evolutionary biology, neuroscience, theology, philosophy or other. Check SearchWorks.
The new exhibit installed at the San Francisco International Airport Museum, comes from the David Rumsey Map Collection, with a few items from Stanford University Libraries and the San Francisco Public Library. Exhibited in a magnificent space, these iconic set of maps are at the airport exhibition gallery in Terminal 2 (Virgin America and American Airlines). The exhibit is accessible after going through security. The exhibit combines the original maps with digital representations and includes videos and Google Earth overlays.
For more on the exhibit, see their press release.
The exhibit is currently open and will remain so until August 3, 2014. If you cannot make it, check out a selection showcased in the digital gallery. You can also browse them in detail at davidrumsey.com.
Many thanks to my colleagues at Branner, Preservation and Special Collections for supporting this exhibit.
Come to Green Library's Media & Microtext Center for your winter break entertainment needs. Any DVD or video game you borrow now is not due until Monday, January 6, 2014!
The Mathematics & Statistics Library is merging with Falconer Biology Library. The merged library will be located in Falconer’s space in Herrin Hall (3rd floor, diagonally across from Bldg. 380). More information is available on the Math/Stat and Biology Library Merger Web Page.
Humanitarian, hero, revolutionary, Nelson Mandela (July 18, 1918-December 5, 2013) served 27 years in prison for anti-apartheid activities in South Africa. He later served as the first black president of the same country and in 1993 was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize jointly with Frederick Willem de Klerk.
To learn more, see what the Stanford University Libraries have to offer by checking SearchWorks for works both by and about Nelson Mandela or to find databases with scholarly articles. You can also read the latest news articles about him - see our Find newspaper articles page.