Mazzaferro, Elisa M., author. Cat sense : how the new feline science can make you a better friend to your pet
Bradshaw, John, 1950- What the dog knows : the science and wonder of working dogs
Warren, Cat. Nosework [videorecording] : search games New treatments in noninfectious uveitis Contacts [videorecording] : bridging the gap between training and competition
Sanders, Rachel. Immunology for medical students
Did you miss the Ruminant Health Resources Workshop at the NC Veterinary Conference?
The combined handout for the two sessions is available online as a PDF file. If you have questions or would like a customized library workshop for your subject area, please contact us online or call us at 919-513-6218.
Printing of this handout for the North Carolina Veterinary Conference was funded in whole or in part with Federal funds from the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Department of Health and Human Services, under Contract No. HHS-N-276-2011-00004-C with the University of Maryland Baltimore.
For more publications by NC State authors, visit the NCSU Libraries Digital Repository.
The Veterinary Medicine Library has the following Thanksgiving Holiday Hours:
- November 28 (Thursday): CLOSED Enjoy the holiday!
- November 29-30 (Friday – Saturday): 1:00pm – 5:00pm
- December 1 (Sunday): 11:00am – 10:00pm (Regular Hours Resume)
See all NCSU Libraries Hours.
These are the Vet Med Library Pre-finals, Reading Day and Examination Hours. Good luck with your exams!
- November 17 (Sunday) : 11:00am –midnight (Pre-finals start)
- November 18 – 19 (Monday-Tuesday) : 6:00am – midnight
- November 20 (Wednesday) : 6:00am – midnight (Reading Day)
- November 21 – 22 (Thursday-Friday) 6:00am – midnight (Finals start)
- November 23 (Saturday) : 6:00am – 7:00pm
- November 24 (Sunday): 8:00am- midnight
- November 25-26 (Monday – Tuesday) : 6:00am – midnight
- November 27 (Wednesday) : 6:00am – 6:00pm
During the period November 20-24, we will be doing the walk-through each hour counting the use of library spaces to see if the seating is adequate for high-demand study times. Come to the VML for studying comforts–-earplugs, snacks, and tissues; you can borrow headphones, blankets, or Snuggies. Have suggestions for how we can improve your library study environment? Please let us know!
Longer hours are available at the D.H. Hill Library and James B. Hunt Library. See all NCSU Libraries Hours.
The Libraries want to make sure our spaces and technology meet your needs. Twice a semester library staff walk around each hour to count where people are sitting and whether desktop or laptop computers are being used. We use an iPad application developed here at NCSU (see below). The data helps us work with the Vet Med Library Committee and CVM to decide on placement of desktop machines and furniture.
DVM finals week is our heaviest usage time. During this week, we will take these hourly counts from November 20 – November 24 to compare this use with our regular usage which is being taken from November 6-10. We try very hard not to disturb you when taking these counts, but we understand that you notice when we are looking at you and entering the counts. Please be assured that it is just a headcount and no other identifying information is recorded.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us (919-513-6218 ; firstname.lastname@example.org) or stop by the desk and let us know. Thank you for your patience.
Kris Alpi, Director, William Rand Kenan, Jr. Library of Veterinary Medicine
Almost everyone who enters the Hunt Library immediately loves the chairs. Now NC State Institute for Advanced Analytics grad students Peter Baumgartner and Jake Frost, as well as Erica Shirts Frost, have created the Chairs of Hunt Library blog to explore their stories.
Where else are you going to learn that the Lyra stool appears in The Big Lebowski or that the Sayl chair takes its name “from the resemblance of a ship’s mainsail when you look at the chair from the side”?
Updates every Wednesday!
According to The News and Observer, the Virtual Paul’s Cross Project in the Hunt Library’s Teaching and Visualization Lab has “created a new approach to scholarly research that employs a host of disciplines and technologies.”
The project provides students, scholars, and the public with a 270-degree virtual experience of this central place in the religious, literary, political, and social life of 17th century London.
“We wanted to create new research tools – new tools for considering events of the past, new tools for, in effect, bringing words off the page – and for reintroducing ideas like performance and hearing instead of reading,” concluded Professor John Wall.
Two recently inventoried collections with newly published finding aids are the records for North Carolina State University: A Narrative History and North Carolina State University: A Pictorial History.
Both books were commissioned by the Alumni Association to correspond with the University’s centennial anniversary in 1987 and reflect the transitions it had made from the North Carolina College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts to the modern North Carolina State University. Both books give a unique perspective into the history of the University. A Narrative History is written by historian Alice Elizabeth Reagan, and A Pictorial History is written by NCSU Department of History professors Murray Scott Down and Burton F. Beers.
For more information on this collection or to view the materials, please contact the Special Collections Research Center.
Canfield, Paul, author. Atlas of canine arthrology
Laborda González, María Jesús, author. Susan Garrett’s crate games for self-control and motivation [videorecording]
Take a look at the CVM author publications for October 2013 courtesy of the NCSU Scholarly Publications Repository.
CVM and other NCSU authors are specifically highlighted with their department affiliation and links to their other publications in the repository. To access the full text of any of these articles, click on “Find Text (NCSU Only)” link.
If you have questions or would like information about the repository or NCSU publications, please email email@example.com or call us at 919-513-6218.
The Veterinary Medicine Library has began processing Fall Selectives reserve reading requests. CVM Faculty needing to put materials on reserve may submit a reading list (or email it as an attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org) by Friday, November 15th. In addition to your name and course name/number, provide complete citations (title, author, and full call number) for titles desired.
Faculty or their designees may also manage course reading lists through the Libraries’ reserve management system. Visit the reserves management system at https://reserves.lib.ncsu.edu/ where you can make your requests.
For additional information on VML Reserves services and quick access to the system, go to http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/vetmed/services/reserves. If you need assistance or have questions, please contact Jackie Gadison at email@example.com or phone 513-6218.
American Association of Zoo Veterinarians. Conference (2012 : Oakland, Calif.)
Drawing comparisons to the work of Thomas Jefferson and Stanford White at UVA, Inform: Architecture + Design in the Mid-Atlantic cites the Hunt Library “as a symbol of how long-held plans can be turned into lasting inspiration.”
GT897.P27513 2012 Paris Haute Couture
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GV1469.15.A78 2013 The Art of Blizzard Entertainment
GV1469.15.R53 2013 The Art of Dead Space
GV1469.25.S75 S75 2012 Starcraft II : heart of the swarm
GV1469.25.S75 S755 2010 Starcraft II : wings of liberty
GV1469.37.A64 2013 The Art of Remember Me
N6494.F6 F67 2012 Art Without Artists
NA680.N46 2013 New Attitudes : designing in times of transformation
NA736.C377 2013 Architects from A to Z
NA737.M21675 A84 2013 The Architecture of Maritz & Young : exceptional historic homes of St. Louis
NA1273.S33 A4 2013 Todd Saunders : architecture in northern landscapes
NA1565.C467 2013 Architecture and Urbanism in Modern Korea
NA1995.L45 2013 Architect? : a candid guide to the profession
NA2540.M66 2014 Questioning Architectural Judgment : the problem of codes in the United States
NA2543.A58 M35 2013 New Architecture on Indigenous Lands
NA2543.B84 M37 2013 Mass Customization and Personalization in Architecture and Construction
NA2543.B84 W34 2013 An Architecture of Parts : architects, building workers and industrialisation in Britain 1940-1970
NA2543.N38 L66 2013 Architecture and Urban Spaces in Kuala Lumpur : race and Chinese spaces in a postcolonial city
NA2543.R37 C64 2013 Building Apartheid : on architecture and order in Imperial Capetown
NA2543.S6 A5272 2013 Architecture and Capitalism : 1845 to the present
NA2543.T43 P7613X 2013 Product Development and Architecture : visions, methods, innovations
NA2543.Y6 P43 2009 Design Dossier : architecture for kids
NA2543.3.A698 2013 Architecture and Energy : performance and style
NA2750.C653 2013 The Collaborators : interactions in the architectural design process
NA2850.D47X 2013 Designing Interior Architecture : concept, typology, material, construction
NA5256.B3 B87 2013 Baja California Missions
NA6212.S65 2013 Pedestrian Modern : shopping and American architecture, 1925-1956
NA6230.H528 2012 High-rise and the Sustainable City
NA6234.G72 I67x 2013 Willis Faber & Dumas Headquarters
NA7574 A16 2006 50 + Vacation Homes
NA9053.H76 E95 2013 Measuring Urban Design : metrics for livable places
NA9053.S6 A76 2013 The Spaces of the Hospital : spatiality and urban change in London 1680-1820
NA9330.U6 W56 2013 Sculpting Doughboys : memory, gender, and taste in America’s World War I memorials
NA9347.C66 2013 Commemoration in America : essays on monuments, memorialization, and memory
NC980.5.S732 A4 2011 Structura 2 : the art of Sparth
NC1000.P43 2010 Design Dossier : graphic design for kids
NC1002.A78 I587 2912 Introducing : Culture Identities : design for museums, theaters, and cultural institutions
NC1002.L63 N47 2012 Dynamic Identities : how to create a living brand
NC1002.S54 K55X 2013 Spatial Orientation
NC1806.9.F478 2012 23rd International Poster and Graphic Design Festival of Chaumont
NC1883.J25 A43 2011 The Album Cover Art of Studio One Records
ND237.P73 S78 2013 Pollock : one : number 31, 1950
PN1997.S6163 K38 2012 The Fairest One of All
PN1997.2.E49 S25 2013 Elysium : the art of the film
PN1997.2.I763 J38 2013 The Art of Iron Man 3
PN1997.2.P398 P398 2001 Playtime (dvd)
SB407.H53 2013 Tropical Plant Resource
SB470.K58 A3 2013 Peter Kluska : landscape architecture
SB472.L365 2013 Landscape Infrastructure
SB473.4.M69 2013 The Landscape Lighting Book (3rd edition)
T385.D68795 2013 Dosch Viz-images : best agers – travel
T385.D69335 2013 Dosch Viz-images : bird’s eye people – business
T385.L663 2012 Solidworks 2012 Advanced (dvd)
T385.W37 2012 Learning Autodesk Inventor 2013 (dvd)
TA664.F59 2013 Flexible Composite Materials : in architecture, construction and interiors
TH880.G737 2011 Green Buildings and LEED Core Concepts
TH880.U84 2009 USGBC LEED Green Associate Study Guide
TH1421.M556 2013 Building with Earth : design and technology of a sustainable architecture
TJ163.5.B84 R529 2013 Energy Efficiency Refurbishments : principles, details, examples
TR897.7.N45 2012 Learning Autodesk 3DS Max 2013 (dvd)
TS171.A1 R44 2012-2013 Red Dot Design Concept Yearbook 2012/2013
TS171.N49 2013 Experience Design : a framework for integrating brand, experience, and value
TT680.D56 2013 Dior Impressions
TT854.5.J644 2013 Color By Accident : exploring low-water immersion dyeing (dvd)
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Z253.532.A34 C65 2013 Digital Publishing with Adobe InDesign CS6
The James B. Hunt Jr. Library was conceived and designed to provide a bold icon of NC State University’s commitment to educational innovation and to the transformational research and learning that happen on our campus.
Since its opening in January 2013, the new library has significantly raised the profile of the university through hundreds of articles, hundreds of thousands of interactions on the web, and a lively, inspiring conversation about the new space in the international social media.
- In April, the Hunt Library will be featured in the new PBS primetime series Cool Spaces (www.coolspaces.tv) as an iconic building driving educational change.
- Over 250 articles on the Hunt Library have appeared in print, television, and online media in local, national and international venues:
- Associated Press: Hunt launch covered globally in print and TV
- Sunday edition of Boston Globe: one of the world’s “five novel libraries”
- Complex magazine: ranked near the top of the 25 best academic libraries
- Ploughshares magazine: Hunt as prime example of how libraries stand poised for “a digital renaissance”
- Paris Review: discussion of the bookBot
- Time magazine: “the library of the future”
- Architect magazine: an “iconic social monument” capturing “the arc of the imagination”
- Forbes.com: “reinventing libraries for the future”
- The Globe and Mail: “the university library of the future”
- Library Journal: the Hunt Library as cover story—“Tomorrow, Visualized”—for annual Library by Design supplement
- News 14: the Hunt Library “giving North Carolina worldwide appeal”
- Campus Technology: NC State’s “next-gen library”
- Consejo Profesional de Arquitectura y Urbanismo: featured as a “biblioteca del mundo”
- Full-age ads from NC State’s marketing team, featuring Hunt Library as the face of innovation and proof point of NC State’s determination to shape the future in high-profile outlets such as Time Magazine, The Chronicle of Higher Education, PC Gamer, and The Smithsonian.Over 156,000 views of the “Discovering the Hunt Library” social media page that collects the wave of tweets, posts, and other new media that fans are using to talk with each other about the building.
- Over 250,000 visits to the Libraries’ Hunt Library website.
- Over 44,000 views to the university’s Hunt Library mini-site from 39 countries including Brazil, Spain, the UK, China, and India.
- Almost 97,000 views of Hunt videos on the Libraries’ and the university’s YouTube channels.
- Almost 3000 of Hunt photos posted to My#HuntLibrary from 1200 NC State students and visitors from around the world.
- Scheduled tours for over 10,480 visitors—including every faculty member recruited by the university, as well as governors, legislators, diplomats, alumni, athletic directors and their recruits, architects, and educational innovators, not only from the U.S. but from France, Russia, Muldova, the Ukraine, Japan, China, Mexico, and Israel, just to name a few. Thousands of others have taken the Hunt Library self-guided mobile tour or just explored on their own.
- Site for 2nd international “Designing Libraries Conference,” hosting 250 library leaders, higher education leaders, architects, and others from the US, Canada, Europe, and Australia.
- Prestigious design awards:
- 2013 AIA/ALA Building Award for distinguished accomplishment in library architecture
- American Libraries’ “2013 Library Design Showcase”
- City of Raleigh Green Design Award
- Steady stream of social media activity with special emphasis on how the Hunt Library is an inspiration in recruiting and retaining students. Some representative samples:
- “I can’t wait to go to State because I hear the Hunt library is on point. I’ll probably end up living there…” Tweet
- “Seriously though—the NCSU Library makes me want to attend the school. It’s that awesome.” Tweet
- “So psyched to go to #NCSU, the Hunt Library is one of the coolest buildings in existence.” Libraries’ Facebook page
- “Hunt Library . . . Proof of why NC Sate is the best school in the country.” Tweet
- “Back at Hunt Library. I feel energized to study when I enter the doors.” Tweet
- The students of NCSU have a true gem at their fingertips and I have never been so impressed with a facility. It is incredible.” College Confidential blog
- “New Hunt Library on Centennial Campus single handedly making me want to be in college again.” Tweet
- “I graduated in 1974 and have never been more proud of our university.” Facebook comment
- “That’s me in 2 more years!” Tweet from high school student commenting on Hunt Library video
- “ The Hunt Library sure does make it easy to work hard.” Tweet
- “My first time in the Hunt Library—Is this Google headquarters?” Tweet