Visions, the Library Newsletter, Spring 2017
Brian Shetler Takes Over at Special Collections / Shelf Life: Bruce Lancaster’s bookshelves offer a window into his—and Drew’s—history / Corner Commentary: Turning the Pages on Technology / The Vivian A. Bull Academic Commons—Two Years Out / Opening Bell: Three college libraries meet for first social event / Student Snapshots / War Camels / Library News, Events and Exhibits
Oral History Workshop, April 12, 4-6pm
4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday, April 12, BC 218. Erica Fugger, Project Coordinator of the Oral History MA Program at Columbia University, will provide an overview of oral history projects, including best practices for project organizing & interview techniques. RSVP at http://tinyurl.com/drew-lib-oral-history-workshop.
Eat Your Words: Edible Book Festival, March 31!
March 31, 2017, 3:00 pm Lobby, Main Library Drew Libraries invite entries for our first-ever Edible Book Festival! The International Edible Book Festival has been held annually since 2000 in countries around the world and it is coming to Drew University for the first time in 2017! The Edible Book Festival celebrates literary works through […]
Drew It Better: Information workshops for your research
Papers?  Presentations?  Not sure where to start? The Library is offering a series of opportunities to explore information sources in your specific subject area(s), with time to work on your own projects with the assistance of a reference librarian. We’ll be notifying you of the workshops in your major, but if you’re taking courses outside your […]
Kanopy streaming video collection — full access
The Library is happy to announce that we now have full permanent access to the Kanopy video streaming collection! Kanopy is a video streaming solution for colleges offering a “Netflix-like” user experience and a broad selection of over 30,000 documentaries, feature films, foreign language films and training videos from thousands of producers. You can explore their […]
NYTimes Webinar for Faculty
Drew Faculty are invited to a webinar which will:  Show you and your students how to claim and use a complimentary NYTimes.com pass and The Times’ mobile apps, as provided by Drew University Library. Demo The New York Times’ online resources, including the NY Times in Education site, to make NYTimes.com content timely in the […]
Citation Tool Workshops in February
Currently, the Library offers support for three different tools for managing and formatting citations: Endnote Web/Online, Zotero EasyBib. Workshops are offered regularly for Endnote Web and Zotero. We also have a Drew coupon code for EasyBib for students or classes to use it. Jenne Heise (jheise@drew.edu) will be happy to meet individually and/or in classes […]
Library & Archives Exhibits, Spring 2017
‘Gosh! Wow! Boy-oh-boy (and Girl)!’: Building Community through Scientifiction Curated by Anne Ricculli & Claire DuLaney United Methodist Archives & History Center and Main Library January 16-March 3, 2017 “‘Gosh! Wow! Boy-oh-boy (and Girl)!’: Building Community through Scientifiction” explores Drew’s own amazing collection of science fiction titles in The David Johnson Collection of Science Fiction and Popular […]
Out of the Vault and Around the World, Spring 2017
The Out of the Vault series is sponsored by the Department of Special Collections and University Archives of the Drew University Library. Each interactive session introduces participants to a particular collection while providing opportunities for engagement with the materials. This spring semester, the Out of the Vault series will take a geographic look at the collections as […]
From the Archives: All hail the green and…
A school’s colors are an important part of its identity.  They are a source of pride and something a group can rally around.  Drew is fortunate to have several records in the University Archives that document the evolution of this identity.  Interestingly enough, both sets of records correspond with new beginnings at Drew. Brothers College, […]
Visions, the Library Newsletter, Fall 2016
Read about : The Journey of a book; University Archivist: A Keeper of History; Cool New Tools; Technology Award Winners; MISO: It's Not Just a Soup; Student Snapshots; A Bookman's Holiday; New to Drew; Library Projects Receive Three Grants; Professional News, and Corner Commentary from Associate Dean of Libraries Chris Anderson.
New! The Chronicle of Higher Education Site License
The Library is pleased to announce that we have acquired campus-wide online access to The Chronicle of Higher Education! The site license  allows Drew faculty members, students and staff to cancel their individual subscriptions and connect through the Library’s subscription. While on campus, simply go to Chronicle.com for complete access. Off-campus, you may create an account with […]