OA Week: How can I get this? What is Open Access and how can it help me?

An Open Access workshop for students and researchers Ever been frustrated that Drew didn’t have an article you wanted, but then the librarian found it on the open web? The Open Access movement strives to make scholarly publications available to more people, moving them out from behind journal ‘paywalls’. This workshop will explain how Open […]

War Camels

by Richard Mikulski, Government Documents and Reference Librarian As Americans headed west throughout the 19th century, the United States military faced a logistical issue that was previously unimagined: how to move troops alongside civilians as they crossed into rugged desert terrain. In 1855, the War Department embraced this daunting challenge and a unique solution: camels. […]

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Know Your Copyrights, April 20

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 […]

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New York Times Online Free through the Library!

  Drew University Library is excited to announce that online access to The New York Times is now available to the Drew community! The Academic Pass provides each Drew student, faculty and staff an online subscription to the NYtimes.com site and NYT mobile apps, as well as their international editions. Download your free NYT apps: visit nytimes.com/mobile See our LibGuide here for more information. […]

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 […]

24/7 Hours for Finals

The Drew University main Library will be open 24/7 during finals week, starting at 9:30 AM on Saturday Dec. 10, going until 7:00 PM Friday Dec. 16. During the hours the library would normally be closed or having study hours, Library Study Hours– Drew ID required, no services– will be in effect. Refreshments– sponsored by […]

Library Graffiti: Welcome to Drew Library

 Scrawled shortcuts through the research maze…   Scholar Search awaits! Our new discovery service searches nearly everything and then provides a variety of faceted limiters to let you pinpoint exactly the information you need. Find it on the library’s Research  Resources page:  http://tinyurl.com/DrewScholarSearch New York Times online Again this year, a campus wide online (tablet, […]

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