Library Graffiti: Study Tips

End of the Semester: Study Tips Our most important study tip: use the Center for Academic Excellence. Also: EndNote Basic (formerly Endnote Web) Export citations from databases, organize your sources and then format your in-text citations and bibliographies according to the style your prof requires. http://tinyurl.com/drew-endnote-basic Study Tips Okay, so it’s the week before the […]

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Library Graffiti: Selma March

The Sixties in America Start with the entry on “March on Selma” for an overview of the background to and events of that fateful march. Reference E 841 .S55 Martin Luther King Encyclopedia Martin Luther King’s participation in organizing the march is often highlighted, along with the speeches he gave. Find out more here. REF […]

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Library Graffiti: Library Lightning Round

Snopes Factchecking online rumors & urban myths. Keep calm and check Snopes! http://www.snopes.com Google Scholar Search academic sources online. Compare to Drew’s SUMMON. http://scholar.google.com ArtSTOR Serious art images, online, searchable and presentable. Library Subscription. http://www.artstor.org Copyright Copyright infringement and plagiarism are two different things. Know your rights! https://uknow.drew.edu/confluence/x/vIOcAQ http://fairuse.stanford.edu  Creative Commons Creators of creative works […]

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Library Graffiti: Ebola Virus

“An Ohio man has become infected with misinformation about the Ebola virus through casual contact with cable news, the CDC has confirmed… Once [his] condition was apparent, [he] was rushed to a public library and given a seventh-grade biology textbook, at which point he “started to stabilize,” the spokesman said.”– satirist Andy Borowitz, The New Yorker. […]

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Library Graffiti: “One Drop” Rule

Dr. Yaba Blay, author of (1)ne Drop: Shifting the Lens on Race, will be speaking on October 1 at 4 pm in Crawford Hall. Want to learn more? The (1)ne Drop Project This online exhibit, companion to the book, “explores the ‘other’ faces of Blackness… to raise social awareness and spark community dialogue about the […]

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Library Graffiti: For D.Mins on the Fly

Research in Ministry Has someone already written my DMin thesis?  Check this index to DMin theses, produced by the American Theological Library Association. http://rim.atla.com/star/rimonline_login.htm Dissertations and Theses And what about all the Drew DMin dissertations?  Many of them are fulltext online in this database.  Limit your search by Drew=School, D.Min.=Degree, to find them. http://www.drew.edu/library/er/dissertations-and-theses Ministry […]

Library Graffiti: Parting Recommendations

Dr. Ernie Rubinstein, Theological Librarian, retires June 30. His last reference picks:   Brill’s Encyclopedia of Hinduism Kaleidoscopic in approach—topical, geographical, biographical—this 6-volume work is still in process. Note especially the articles, “Gender” in v. 4, and “Feminism,” v. 5. Ref BL1105 .B75 Defending Same-Sex Marriage The 2nd volume of this collection of essays is […]

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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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Library Graffiti: Chthonic Goddesses: Scary Ladies

Mythology is replete with chthonic goddesses—frightening figures of the underground realm of the dead. Check some out this autumn season. Death Gods: An Encyclopedia… Where better to find underworld goddesses? Check out Ereshkigal, the sadistic underworld sister of Babylonian goddess Inanna, or Nephthys, hawk-headed Egyptian goddess of death AND childbirth, and her compatriot Ammut, crocodilian […]

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