Current news at the WSU Libraries.
Classes are scheduled for EndNote and EndNote Web instruction. EndNote enables researchers to manage, organize and integrate bibliographic research and ultimately format documents for publication. The "Beginner's Class" introduces the basics of using EndNote and EndNote Web. The 2nd class, "Cite While You Write," will show you how to format documents - both in-text and bibliographic citations into your documents and troubleshoot commonly encountered issues.
Pullman classes, conducted in Terrell 105 classroom:
Beginners Class - Tuesday, March 26th from 10 to 12.
Cite While You Write - Tuesday, April 9th from 10 to 12.
Individuals away from the Pullman campus can contact Jane Scales firstname.lastname@example.org for scheduling webinars.
Check out the amazing and comprehensive African American National Biography and get a better sense of the breadth and depth of the Aftican American experience! For more information about this reference work, or for past highlighted reference items, please have a look at our website http://libguides.wsulibs.wsu.edu/refitemofthemonth!
Each Thursday at 12 noon during the month of February we will be showing one episode from the documentary series For Love of Liberty: the story of America's Black Patriots in the African American Students Center.
The attached flyer contains more information and you can read more about the film here:
SO....If you are looking for something to do over the lunch hour, head over to CUB 420 and I will see you there!
Elsevier ScienceDirect Scopus Info Sessions
On Wednesday, January 23rd, Representatives from Elsevier ScienceDirect will be on the WSU Pullman campus hosting information sessions regarding their database Scopus: http://washingtonstate.worldcat.org/title/scopus/oclc/60462585
Scopus, one of the largest citation and abstract finding tools contains more than 19,000 titles from 5,000+ publishers and is international in scope. Join us at the library to find out how you can:
- Locate the most highly cited articles and authors
- Track citations to help support grant and tenure applications
- Compare and rank journals and more…
This session is open to all WSU Faculty, Staff and Students.
WHEN: Wednesday, January 23, 2013, Noon – 1:30pm
WHERE: Terrell Library #20E
Refreshments will be served.
All Terrell Library study rooms can now be reserved online
The Terrell Library study rooms on all floors, including those rooms found in MMR, can all now be reserved online. Anyone with a WSU email account can reserve a group study room for up to four hours, per 24 hour period. All reservation requests must be confirmed within 30 minutes of requesting. Reservations can be confirmed or cancelled by responding to the notification email sent by the system at the time of the initial reservation request.
To view availability and reserve study rooms point your browser to the front page of the Libraries’ new calendar. You may browse the available times for each room offered for reservation by clicking on the ‘Group Study” link on the right side of the screen. The calendar for the current month is listed on the left side of the screen and the available times for each room for the current day is displayed prominently in the middle of the page. For each room you can view a greater description of the room, its floor location, and an interior photo of the room by “mousing over” each room’s information icon. The Main Holland and Terrell Circulation Desk has maps with all the study rooms highlighted available.
For questions regarding the service stop by the Holland and Terrell Circulation Desk or call 509.335.9672
Group Study Room Calendars