NCSU Libraries Newsletter: Volume 29
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Newsletter Volume 29, number 11: Congressional Bibliographies Project; NCSU Libraries wins $1,000 in 3M contest; News and Observer newspaper available online from 1991 to present to NCSU community; Orion Pozo receives ASEE award.
Newsletter Volume 29, number 10: NCSU Libraries' ARL ranking; NCSU Libraries Faculty Award nominations sought; NCSU Libraries Fellows selected for Training Institute; library hours, 2002 summer sessions.
Newsletter Volume 29, number 9: desktop delivery; netLibrary electronic-book reading; self-checkout of books; ongoing book sale; Friends of the Library spring book sale; library staff members' awards.
Newsletter Volume 29, number 8: Hill of Beans Coffee Bar Grand Opening; Howard Besser To Speak at 2002 I. T. Littleton Seminar; Veterinary Medical Library Services Feature PDA Resources
Newsletter Volume 29, number 7: Full-text access to Medline/PubMed database; Assistive Technologies Center Open House; Robert Parker to speak at Friends of the Library's 2002 Spring Dinner.
Newsletter Volume 29, number 6: SearchAssist; exploring Greenways via the Web; update on Hill of Beans Coffee Bar; Friends of the Library's University Authors Days schedule.
Newsletter Volume 29, number 5: Libraries receives North Carolina ECHO grant; overdue book notices to be sent via electronic mail; Friends of the Library University Authors Days; phone number correction concerning change in book donation policy.
Newsletter Volume 29, number 4: Overdue book notices to be sent via electronic mail; ICPSR Direct at NCSU Libraries; 2001 NCSU Libraries Faculty Award Winners; Friends of the Library University Authors Days; change in policy for Friends' Book Sale donations.
Newsletter Volume 29, number 3: Research Library of the Future panel discussion; "Ask a Librarian Live" extends hours; Design Library image database; NCSU librarians win best paper award at major engineering education conference
Newsletter Volume 29, number 2: ChemNetBase and EngNetBase, new scientific data resources; library exhibit featuring materials from its Tom Regan Collection; reading by John Coetzee; NCSU Faculty Endowment for the Libraries' Collections plaque; Ronald Sederoff to speak at FOL 2001 Fall Luncheon.
Newsletter Volume 29, number 1: SearchAssist, Web/Desktop Delivery Service, Graduate Study Rooms, Special Collections, GIS Service award, library hours.