NCSU Libraries Newsletter: Volume 31
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Newsletter Volume 31, number 11: New online encyclopedias available from Wiley InterScience; evaluate journals and research output with ISI products.
Newsletter Volume 31, number 10: Online access to back files of Annual Reviews; Sigma Xi exhibit now open at D. H. Hill Library; schedule of hours for the NCSU Libraries summer sessions, May 23 through August 17, 2004.
Newsletter Volume 31, number 9: Kee Malesky, NPR librarian, keynote speaker at 2004 I. T. Littleton Seminar; building the Libraries' collection: hard-to-find scientific proceedings; 2004 North Carolina Literary Festival this month; Friends of the Library Book Sale this month.
Newsletter Volume 31, number 8: Upgrade to SciFinder Scholar 2004 required for CAS Databases; human rights in literature; 2004 North Carolina Literary Festival this April; Friends of the Library Book Sale.
Newsletter Volume 31, number 7: NCSU Libraries subscribes to the AMICO Library; articles from Elsevier journals delivered via Libraries' Web site; user account information expands; Research and Information Services Department wins First Year College award.
Newsletter Volume 31, number 6: USA Patriot Act Panel Discussion Planned; Requiem Exhibition Salutes Photographers from Vietnam War.
Newsletter Volume 31, number 5: Changes in store for computer use at D. H. Hill; easier database searching with MultiSearch; Pulitzer Prize photography exhibition held over.
Newsletter Volume 31, number 4: Ask a Librarian LIVE service extends hours; Brotherton retirement party; NCSU Libraries Web site survey; NCSU Libraries makes portable video magnifier available; Pulitzer Prize photo exhibition film series concludes; new ATM in D. H. Hill Library.
Newsletter Volume 31, number 3: 2003 NCSU Libraries Faculty Award Winner; John Balaban to speak at Friends' Fall Luncheon; Ethics in Photojournalism Panel; Pulitzer Prize photo exhibition and film series.
Newsletter Volume 31, number 2: NCSU computer science and engineering collections rank high in North American study; electronic journal archives available for Institute of Physics and Wiley Polymer Backfile; Learning and Research Center for the Digital Age; NCSU Libraries public services; NC State's Poet-in-Residence to speak at Friends' Fall Luncheon; Pulitzer Prize photo exhibition
Newsletter Volume 31, number 1: new collections added; reference linking debuts; USGA donation to Libraries; fall 2003 hours