The NCSU Libraries now provides online access to the 1934 through 2001-2002 editions of the Pinetum, the student journal of the NC State College of Natural Resources (previously the School of Forestry and College of Forest Resources). Since 1934, the Pinetum has documented student life in the college and provided a forum for administrative messages to students. The early volumes, also available in print in the library, contain valuable documentation of the history of the college, its faculty and students, and student clubs and activities. Beginning with the 2006-2007 edition, the Pinetum has been published through the College of Natural Resources’ website.
The digital editions of the Pinetum are available as part of the NCSU Libraries’ Rare & Unique Digital Collections, which provides access to thousands of images, video and audio recordings, and text documenting NC State history. The university’s student yearbook, the Agromeck, and course catalogs are among the historical materials available through this website.
Take a look at the CVM author publications for August 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 firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 919-513-6218.
On Friday, August 23, more than 40 faculty, students, and staff members enjoyed the Special Collections Research Center (SCRC) “Show and Tell” event at the Natural Resources Library (NRL). The event featured materials from the SCRC that were of special interest to NRL patrons, including highlights from the Bruce J. Zobel Papers, the Carl Alwin Schenck Papers, and selected materials from the university archives. A sample volume from Romeyn B. Hough’s The American Woods 14-volume set from 1888-1910 was especially popular. The book features (very thinly sliced) radial, tangential, and transverse sections of 350 North American woods. The descriptions that accompany the three views cover each tree’s characteristics, growth habits, medicinal properties, and commercial possibilities. In the photograph above (in the lower right corner), the Curator of Collections is holding up one page from this book.
Given the high attendance at this event, another event will in all likelihood be scheduled at NRL for the following semester. To view these collections in person, please schedule an appointment at the SCRC by sending an email to: email@example.com.
Garg, M. R. (Manget Ram) A veterinary technician’s guide to exotic animal care
Tully, Thomas N. What’s next? : a guide to veterinary ultrasound of the eye, neck, and shoulder and guided sampling techniques
Baker, Tomas W. (Tomas Warren), 1950- Invisible guardians : women manage livestock diversity
Köhler-Rollefson, Ilse. 101 veterinary marketing questions answered
Brogdon, Robin. Small animal toxicology The veterinary fee reference. Going to the dogs : greyhound racing, animal activism, and American popular culture
Thayer, Gwyneth Anne. Financial & productivity pulsepoints : vital statistics for your veterinary practice. Compensation and benefits.
You can find these and other tutorials here: http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/tutorials/
Let your librarian know if you have comments or questions about these videos or suggestions for other tutorial topics.
The Veterinary Medicine Library has the following Labor Day Holiday Hours:
- August 30 (Friday): 6:30am -7pm – Regular Hours
- August 31 (Saturday): 11am – 7pm – Regular Hours
- September 1 (Sunday): 1pm – 5pm
- September 2 (Monday): 1pm – 8pm
- September 3 (Tuesday): 6:30am – 11pm - Regular Hours Resume
D. H. Hill Library on Main campus and Hunt Library on Centennial Campus are open 24 hours from 9am Sunday onward. See https://www.lib.ncsu.edu/hours/hill/general for all NCSU Libraries Hours.
The library offers workshops on effective literature searching, citation management, writing literature reviews, and other topics. The full schedule and workshop descriptions are available at http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/researchworkshops.If you do not find a workshop that meets your schedule, you can schedule a workshop or one-on-one consultation with your librarian. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Veterinary Medicine Library Staff welcomes you. We look forward to helping you become familiar with our resources and services on Monday during orientation. We are eager to get to know you and assist with your information needs.
Access the Veterinary Medicine Library orientation presentation PDF. Let us know what questions or concerns you have. Phone: 919-513-6218 or chat online or email email@example.com. Good luck!
The NCSU Libraries now has online access to Case Studies in Sport Management (CSSM), a peer-reviewed journal that facilitates teaching the discipline through case studies. According to the CSSM Mission Statement, “The purpose of Case Studies in Sport Management is to enhance pedagogy in the discipline through the dissemination of teaching cases across varied topics consistent with the COSMA Common Professional Component topical areas, including sport management, marketing, finance, and law.” CSSM articles can be easily searched on their website, so finding an article that pertains to a particular topic is quite simple. Access this title using the search box on the NCSU Libraries website.
Greetings Class of 2017!
We are impressed–over 50% of you have completed the hunt already! On the first day, 8 teams comprising 26 students finished–3x as many students as on day one last year. Tuesday, eleven more teams of 30 students finished.
The average time is about 40 minutes. Don’t leave it until the last minute on Friday – come on in with your group of 2-6 students today!
The Dogmen Revealed: Animal Husbandry in Greyhound Racing
August 28, 6:00 – 7:00 PM
Where: The North Theater in College of Veterinary Medicine, 1060 William Moore Drive, Main Building, Room C120
Dogmen are the workers behind the sport of greyhound racing: they care for, breed, train, and race these unique dogs. Gwynn Thayer, author of Going to the Dogs: Greyhound Racing, Animal Activism, and American Popular Culture, will discuss the dogmen’s historic role in the sport as well as their role as animal caretakers. Gwyneth A. Thayer earned her Ph.D. in Public History in 2010 and joined NCSU Libraries as the Associate Head and Curator of Special Collections in January 2013.
This Friends of the Library event is free and open to the public. Let us know that you are coming — http://go.ncsu.edu/dogmentalk
Registration is encouraged but not required.
The Veterinary Medicine Library Staff welcomes you. We look forward to helping you become familiar with our resources and services on Monday during orientation. Visit us for the scavenger hunt from Monday, August 12-Friday, August 16. We are eager to get to know you and assist with your information needs.
The Veterinary Medicine Library orientation presentation will be online as a PDF on Monday afternoon. Let us know what questions or concerns you have. Phone: 919-513-6218 or chat online or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Good luck!