Copyright and Open Access – Find out more

Curious about copyright? Wondering about “Open Access”? Not sure how to answer students’ questions about intellectual property? Not sure what’s ok under the Drew’s policy? Most people have picked up some notion of it from the news, the Internet, or their own publication agreements; but especially since the copyright landscape has changed so much over the […]

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Food For Thought Book Discussion: Food Justice, Feb 27

Well, we were snowed out, but we are rescheduled for Thursday February 27 Food for Thought Book Discussion series: Food Justice, by Robert Gottlieb and Anupama Joshi Available online through Drew Library’s Ebrary Ebook subscription: http://site.ebrary.com.ezproxy.drew.edu/lib/drew/docDetail.action?docID=10453039 Also see the web site: http://www.foodjusticebook.org/ for updated information. Read (or even skim) this volume, and come to discuss […]

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Martin Luther King to be heard again at Drew, Feb. 26

On February 5, 1964, Martin Luther King, Jr. spent the day at Drew University. At 8 p.m. that evening he gave his lecture “The American Dream” before over 5,000 people. The talk was given in Baldwin Gymnasium and broadcast to overflow crowds in Great Hall and the University Center.   On Wednesday, February 26, 2014 we will commemorate […]

Citation Trouble? Endnote Web Can Help. (Rescheduled)

Endnote Web is a free, web-based citation management tool that can help you keep track of your research sources and work with Word to create notes and  bibliographies for your papers.   EndnoteWeb training workshops will be held  Monday Feburary 10 from 4:00 to 5:00  PM Wednesday February 12 from Noon to 1:00 PM Both in Brothers College […]

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Conversations on Collecting, 2/19: Ernest Rubinstein

February 19, 2014 “Selecting Books, Collecting Books, and Storing Fictional Characters” Ernest Rubinstein Ernie Rubinstein, who has been theological librarian at Drew University since August 2005, offers a collection of interrelated reflections on selecting books for a university library, collecting books for a personal library, and mentally archiving fictional characters from favorite novels and stories, who accompany us through life. Wednesday February […]

Theological Librarian Job Description

Articulate and implement an outreach program that includes: Providing specialized reference and research services in theological and religious studies and related fields, including the creation of webguides and other online tools. Working with faculty to integrate information literacy instruction into the Theological School curriculum. Using  new and emerging technologies, particularly to provide support for the […]

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Library Graffiti: Go home, Arctic. You’re Drunk.

Greg Laden’s blog post explaining how the ongoing presence of the Polar Vortex over the United States is compatible with a warming arctic has been posted and reposted on Facebook: http://bit.ly/1gbZ9TN.   Encyclopedia of the Arctic So what is the “Polar Vortex”? Look here to see how this pressure system works and why we’re glad […]

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Library Graffiti: Sustainable Food & Food Systems

Feeling a little ‘bloated’ by the holiday feed? Here’s some ideas to digest. Oxford Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America, 1st ed. Graze Farmer’s Markets and Community Supported Agriculture; do some Organic Gardening with the Food Counterculture and local girl Alice Waters. Online at: http://tinyurl.com/drew-oxford-food1  Encyclopedia of Science, Technology, and Ethics To a chemist, […]

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