Bill O’Reilly will speak at the Drew Forum, Sat. Feb 13. Contemporary Authors Bill O’Reilly is nothing if not contemporary. His power to stir things up is shown in literature criticism reproduced here, such as “Spin Cycle” and “The Pinhead Factor,” and biographical notes titled “Fear Factor” and even audio excerpts like “Conservative Pundits Wage […]
The Wilson Reading Room of the Methodist Center is open until 9 pm on Tuesdays.
A Workshop for Faculty & Graduate Students: “Wanna Know What I Wrote? Using online research profiles & scholarly networks to claim, track, promote and share your research,” Tuesday, February 16, Noon to 1 pm; Friday, February 19, 3 pm to 4 pm.
Congratulations to Professor Leslie Sprout and Christopher Klein, C‘94, winners of the Béla Kornitzer awards for outstanding non-fiction books.
The library is offering Endnote Basic training in the Academic Commons IT/Library Classroom : Monday, Feb 22, 5-6 pm; Tuesday, Feb 23, noon to 1 pm & 3-4 pm; Wednesday, Feb. 24, 11 to noon & 4-5 pm.
Among the cross-sections of teaching and technology will be “Google Like a Boss” – learning to search better.
The Drew University Library is now accepting applications for the 2017-2018 Florence Ellen Bell Scholar Award. The Award provides up to $2,500 for expenses relating to academic research at the United Methodist Archives and History Center at Drew University in Madison, NJ, USA. Two Awards are given each year and scholars of all nationalities are […]
Struggling with Citations? Endnote Basic Training can help. 1. APA, MLA, Chicago, Turabian, ACS…? Does creating bibliographies and keeping track of your research sources leave you feeling overwhelmed? The free web-based citation manager, EndnoteBasic (aka EndnoteWeb), can help. EndnoteBasic allows you store all your citations in one place online and easily format and insert them into […]
The David Johnson Collection of Science Fiction and Popular Culture Tuesday, February 2, 2016, 4 p.m. Speaker: Mike Richichi and Claire Du Laney Wilson Reading Room, United Methodist Archives and History Center This collection illustrates not only cultural and racial stereotypes but also a commentary on the politics of the 20th century found in stories, […]
Out of the Vault is a series of hands-on show and tell sessions that take place the first Tuesday of every month. Each workshop begins at 4pm in the Wilson Reading Room of the Methodist Center. These interactive sessions will introduce people to materials from various Drew collections and allow them to hold a piece of […]