The horror of the “Tuskegee Study of Untreated Syphilis in the Negro Male.” New York Times Historical The NY Times helped break the story on July 26, 1972. Find it here under “Syphilis Victims in U.S. Study Went Untreated for 40 Years:” http://www.drew.edu/library/er/new-york-times-historical Or go right to the article: http://bit.ly/P5pwxN Medicine, health, and bioethics: […]
The staff of the Methodist Library at Drew University are in the process of digitizing nearly 20,000 images from the Methodist Library Image Collection. The images include photographs and sketches of several thousand people with historic connections to Methodism around the world. The images are available for viewing on Flickr or browse them here: For […]
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With our newest copier up and running, the Library has added the capacity to scan documents and save them to a USB memory stick. Scanning can be done at the Sharp copier next to the Reserve desk. Instructions are posted next the Sharp copier. You can only scan to save to a USB memory stick. […]
Space still available for this workshop: Though there’s more educational media—images, audio, video, learning interactives – out there than ever, there’s a bottleneck keeping instructors from using it. The academic culture of information sharing comes up against the restrictions of copyright law with increasing frequency these days, restricting faculty to using expensive for-profit resources or […]
What is Google Scholar and Why Would I Use it? Are you or your students struggling to find scholarly material on interdisciplinary and/or esoteric topics? Unlike regular “Google” search, Google Scholar covers only what it considers “scholarly” material, mostly journal articles and conference publications and course materials, and Google Books. Some of these materials are […]
Title: Reference Librarian, Science Specialty Areas of Specialty: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Neuroscience, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Environmental Studies and Sustainability, Public Health, Medical Humanities, Surprising areas of interest: Classical music, history, politics, math, birding, plant identification, biking, hiking, knitting, sewing. Why did you become a librarian? After working several years in a research lab at […]
Can’t find the book or article you need in the Drew Library? Requesting books, articles and book chapters from other libraries just got easier! The Interlibrary Loan (ILL) Office has a new computer system called ILLiad http://illiad.drew.edu . How will this benefit you? Once registered, you will be able to login to your ILLiad account, […]
This past spring an outstanding team of library leaders visited the Drew campus for two and a half days with the mandate to evaluate the University Library and its recently completed strategic plan. The Dean gives a summary of their recommendations.