The USC Libraries exhibition, When Windmills Are Giants: The Novel Adventures of Don Quixote opens in Doheny Library on February 19 at 5:00 p.m. Cervantes expert and USC College professor Sherry Velasco will speak about the lasting impact of what many scholars consider the first modern novel.
The American Chemical Society recently added Web-based access to their powerful SciFinder Scholar citation and chemical-resource database suite. USC librarian Norah Xiao can provide specialized training to help you get the most from this resource.
The USC Libraries will honor the author of Wonder Boys, The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay, and The Yiddish Policemen’s Union on January 30 at the Scripter Award ceremony in Doheny Library.
The USC Libraries contributed to USC's highly successful Good Neighbors Campaign this year, dramatically increasing participation by libraries faculty and staff.
USC students, faculty, and staff can now search and access journals and books from the libraries’ eresources from a single Web page or the HOMER catalog.
The USC Libraries subscribe to electronic reference books in the Knovel Library, which are especially useful for chemists and engineers. Recent updates include Critical Tables, a search widget, and a nicely detailed instruction video.
The USC Libraries present a new LibGuide providing an overview of our health and wellness resources, as well as two printable guides about the topic.
The writers behind The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Iron Man, The Reader, Revolutionary Road and Slumdog Millionaire have been named finalists for the 21st-annual USC Libraries Scripter Award.
The USC Libraries recently acquired a rare 1770 edition of the Historia de Nueva España, edited by the archbishop of Mexico, Francisco Antonio Lorenzana. The volume includes three of the letters that explorer Hernán Cortés wrote to Charles V, rare maps of New Spain, and a reproduction of an Aztec Codex.
Use the Scirus search engine to find science and engineering articles more effectively. The tool simultaneously searches the publisher Elsevier's science and engineering journals--which USC subscribes to--free document repositories like arXiv.org, and other related resources.