NCSU Libraries Newsletter: Volume 35

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Newsletter Volume 35, number 9: Access four library collections with one search; DVD Kiosk installed in D. H. Hill Library; new gadgets to loan; RefWorks attachments feature; seminar to explore large-scale book digitization; NCSU makes unprecedented range of Chinese journals available; a growing scholarly publications repository; Hunt Library Forum invites participation; schedule of hours for NCSU Libraries Summer Sessions, May 18 through August 19, 2008.

Newsletter Volume 35, number 8: TRLN member libraries join Open Content Alliance; Oxford Language Dictionaries Online; recently processed collections, Special Collections Research Center; expanded My Alerts service.

Newsletter Volume 35, number 7: D. H. Hill Library adds sixty computers for students; Design Library images now available in ARTstor; reserve a group study room; backfiles added from Elsevier and Taylor & Francis; Web of Science training sessions.

Newsletter Volume 35, number 6: PBS videos now online; gadgets & gizmos available for loan at the Libraries.

Newsletter Volume 35, number 5: NCSU Libraries receives LSTA Innovation/Demonstration Grant; architect selected for James B. Hunt Jr. Library; Above & Beyond Student Awards; schedule of hours for the NCSU Libraries, spring semester, January 8 through May 18, 2008.

Newsletter Volume 35, number 4: Selection of architect for James B. Hunt Jr. Library; JSTOR Arts and Sciences III; Roper Center Public Opinion Archives; PBS programs on your desktop.

Newsletter Volume 35, number 3: Shoah Visual History Archive; Historical North Carolina topographic map images online; two NCSU librarians tapped as emerging leaders.

Newsletter Volume 35, number 2: N.C. legislature funds Hunt library planning; TRLN libraries, consortium, support strategy to increase access to online journals.

Newsletter Volume 35, number 1: New books alerts; a new view of computers in the Commons; digitization grant received; new digital resources available; Special Collections hosts research Fellows; nominations soughts for NCSU Libraries Faculty Award; Learning Commons gets late-night staff; schedule of hours for the fall semester, August 21, 2007, through January 8, 2008.