Are Stanford students living in the clouds? Our recent Chromebook lending pilot at the Terman Engineering Library pointed out some interesting trends that involve the adoption of Google Apps and cloud computing/storage in general.
Oalla digital signage continues to innovate within the Stanford University Libraries. Since Ronnie Fields of the Stanford Green Library last posted on the topic, the Stanford Terman Engineering Library has been testing new Oalla apps created specifically for use with iPads, Android tablets and large touch screen monitors.
Need financial, corporate or macro-economic data? Use the new research tool created by the GSB Library after consultation with the School of Business faculty and PhD students. FINData is a financial and economic data discovery tool designed to help researchers quickly locate data within business and economic information sources available from the GSB library and other sources. FINData is organized into four broad areas — Company Financials, Financial Markets, Corporate Governance and Economic Indicators — but can be searched across categories using the search box.
The Stanford University Libraries are providing a four month trial of the online version of Scientific Style and Format, the most recognized, authoritative reference for authors, editors, publishers, students, and translators in all areas of science and related fields. Authored by the Council of Science Editors (CSE) and published by the University of Chicago Press, the eighth edition has been fully revised and updated to reflect recent changes in language relating to the perpetually evolving electronic and online environments. New to this edition are guidelines and examples for citing online images and information graphics, podcasts and webcasts, online videos, blogs, social networking sites, and e-books.
We are pleased to announce the May 2013 digital issue of the Terman Engineering Library News.
In the news this month:
- eTrak / GlobalData Power Interface Consolidation
- bx Recommender – Need to Find More Articles?
- IEEE Xplore Adds Cited by Patent Feature
- ScienceCinema: Searchable Videos of DOE Research
- Lux Research Adds More Content
We are pleased to announce the March 2014 digital issue of the Terman Engineering Library News. In the news this month:
* Cindas Refreshes Website
* Knovel’s Newest Productivity Tool: Interactive Equations
* More Videos, Calculators Added to AccessEngineering
* SciELO Citation Index Available at Web of Science
* Web of Science Meets Google Scholar
* New 2014 Titles in Water Intelligence Online
Download and read the full issue in digital format here:
Terman Engineering Library News
The Engineering Library is currently running a trial of Safari's online video collection. Safari Books Online has over 2,100 videos featuring technology, digital media and professional development topics. This collection also includes video from the O'Reilly Media tech converences. Please note that videos are subject to the same seat limit as books. Trial access runs through April 15.
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