In addition to the Library’s subscription resources, there is an increasing infrastructure of ‘open’ scholarly communication on the web. Learn how to make the best use of Google Scholar, Worldcat.org, Academia.edu, Internet Archive and other tools can enlarge your research world. To reserve a space, email email@example.com
The Library is hosting a ScholarSearch demonstration on Wednesday. November 16, in the main Library lobby , from 3-5 PM. Pick up some giveaways, and enter a raffle for a backpack filled with great supplies!
Need a tool to gather, manage and format research source citations? Introducing Zotero (zotero.org) as an additional citation manager. Workshops: Tuesday, Nov. 15, 5-6 pm; Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2-3 pm. Library/Technology classroom. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a seat!
1 hour workshop. Learn to use EndnoteWeb, a citation manager that is free to Drew users, to collect, format and insert citations for sources in your papers. Nov 7, 5-6 pm, & Nov. 8, 5-6 pm. Library/Technology classroom, main floor of the Library. Email email@example.com to reserve your seat!
Drew Library announces public presentations with candidates for Head of Special Collections, Archives & Methodist Librarian.
The Mark W. Brown Nestorian Cross Collection Tuesday, November 1, 2016, 4 p.m. Speakers: Vivian Bull and Matthew Beland Location: Wilson Reading Room, United Methodist Archives and History Center Drew owns the second largest collection of these bronze crosses in the world, each one roughly 700 years old. These small crosses measure between 3 and 8 […]
You are logged in as – Log out Have you been hearing and/or thinking about the Open Access movement in scholarship? Maybe you want to know what it is, how it affects scholarly communications, what it means to/for you? Or maybe you’ve been following the Open Access conversation avidly, and are looking for a way […]
October 31, 2016, 3pm. Drew University Library, INTO Classroom (Main Floor). University Archivist Matthew Beland leads a panel discussion on the history of ghosts at Drew and the buildings they reputedly haunt. Come to learn about Drew’s past and share your own tales.
Curated by: Cassie Brand United Methodist Archives & History Center October 6-December 31, 2016 Shakespeare’s famous first folio has been studied extensively, as scholars have attempted to learn what Shakespeare truly wrote. Part of this study has included how books were made, to better understand how the text came to be. This exhibit will focus […]
Curated by Students from Shakespeare’s England: Religion, Society and Printing Kean Reading Room, Main Library October 5-November 6, 2016 Will and the Word examines the changing religious and social values in the time of Shakespeare. Based on Drew Library’s collection of rare books from the 15th, 16th and 17th centuries, the student curators showcase the […]