Students: the USC Libraries are adding at least 300 Spanish-language e-books to their permanent collection and need your help making the selections. The first 15 USC students who recommend ten or more titles from the Digitalia Hispanica collection that are added to the libraries' permanent e-book collection will receive a USC Libraries t-shirt or tote bag. Contact librarian Barbara Robinson of the Boeckmann Center for Iberian & Latin American Studies for more information. Keep reading for instructions on how to participate.
eJournals and Databases
Due to a partial shutdown of the United States federal government, some resources accessible through the USC Libraries website are temporarily unavailable. These include:
USC students, faculty, and staff now enjoy access to a wealth of new Spanish-language materials for their research and classwork. Between now and June 2014, the USC Libraries are expanding and diversifying their Spanish-language e-book holdings and are seeking selections and input from the USC community. During that time, the complete Digitalia Hispanica collection of more than 8,000 e-books and e-journals is available to the USC community through the USC Libraries’ website. Keep reading to learn more about Digitalia Hispanica and the selection process.
On Friday, November 9, Professor Mei-hwa Yang of Taiwan's National Chengchi University will deliver a lecture inside USC's East Asian Library about scholarly electronic resources related to Sinology. Titled Voyage of Discovery, the event runs from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. in the East Asian Library Seminar Room, located on the first floor of Doheny Library. The event is sponsored by the Republic of China's Ministry of Education, organized by Taiwan's National Central Library and Center for Chinese Studies, and co-organized by the Tapei Economic and Cultural Office in Los Angeles and the USC Libraries. For more information, please contact Ken Klein at (213) 740-1772 or email@example.com.
The USC Libraries have added 36 new electronic resources to support USC's teaching and research needs. Keep reading to learn more about the recently acquired e-resources, accessible to USC students, faculty, and staff through the E-Resources tab on the USC Libraries homepage.
Daily Trojan writer Rebecca Gao recognizes the tremendous value of the USC Libraries' resources to students' academic success. In an op/ed inside today's edition of the student newspaper, Gao—a sophomore majoring in global health and biological studies—noted that while many students may rely on Internet search engines, "there is a wealth of resources at their fingertips through the USC Libraries." Keep reading to learn more about Gao's article.
USC's Norris Medical Library will offer a one-day workshop later this month on the bioinformatics resources available to USC researchers. The workshop—presented by the USC Libraries and USC Vice President of Research Randolph Hall—will be held July 27 on USC's University Park Campus (UPC) and then repeated July 29 on the Health Science Campus (HSC). Eight bionformatics tools, including five newly-acquired resources, will be covered. Keep reading to learn more about the workshop, or register online.
Today's issue of the Summer Trojan—the summer version of the Daily Trojan student newspaper—features a front-page story about the USC Libraries' recent acquisition of 33 electronic resources. In his article, Asher Feldman quotes Associate Dean for Collections Lynn Sipe and other members of the USC community about the new acquisitions. Keep reading to learn more about the libraries' continuing efforts to meet the research needs of the USC community.
The USC Libraries have added 33 new electronic resources to support USC's teaching and research needs. By mid-July, USC students, faculty, and staff will be able to access to the new databases, electronic journals, and other digital resources through the E-Resources tab on the USC Libraries homepage.
Librarian Ed Tinoco of USC's Crocker Business Library was the featured guest at a March 18 meeting of USC advancement officers, where he provided an overview of the USC Libraries' extensive collection of business-related resources.
In a 90 minute presentation, Tinoco showed the officers how to navigate both company-specific and industry-specific databases to find information on potential research sponsors and corporate partners. He also discussed how the assembled officers could access electronic journals and other publications through the USC Libraries to stay current with industry trends.