The Ambassador’s Life: Richard “Dixie” Walker in South Korea Curated by Brian Shetler United Methodist Archives & History Center and Main Library May 8- August 11, 2017 Richard Walker, a Drew University graduate (BA, 1944), was an international scholar, educator, leader in international studies, and Ambassador to South Korea. Serving in that position from 1981-1986, […]
A workshop for scholars, students and faculty. Join Jenne Heise on April 20, from 5 to 6 pm in the Library/Technology Classroom in the library, for an introduction to… Copyright Fair Use Protecting your own work Using other people’s work appropriately Open Access Creative Commons We’ll address questions such as: What exactly does that little […]
March 13—April 28, 2017 United Methodist Archives and History Center Curated by Dr. L. Dale Patterson, Archivist Information: 973-408-3195, or email@example.com After the United States entered World War II, President Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066 on February 19, 1942. This Executive Order was considered a security measure. It gave military power to ban any citizen […]
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.
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Drew Libraries and the Drew Gaming Club are co-sponsoring Open Board Game Night, Wed. February 15, 7-10 pm, in the Pilling Room on Level E of the Library. Snacks, drinks and a variety of board games will be provided, or bring your own. Bring a friend and… Game on!
Collecting the World of Medieval Passovers, Wed Feb 15, 2017, 4pm. Speaker: Katie Mendelsohn. Lobby, United Methodist Archives and History Center. An independent scholar speaks about her experiences as a lifelong learner, perseverance in research, and the accumulation of what can never be too many books on the topic of medieval Passovers.
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 (firstname.lastname@example.org) will be happy to meet individually and/or in classes […]