Engineering Library Research Clinics

EngLib.jpgThe Engineering Library Research Clinics are here to stay. Starting September 30, 2009 come to the Engineering Library any Wednesday while class is in session for help with your research for any project, paper, or thesis.

Time: Wednesdays from 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm

Where: Engineering Library room 105

Who: Anyone who needs help, no appointment is necessary!

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Knovel e-books visit and Knovel University Challenge 2009

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Technical and engineering reference e-book provider, Knovel, will be visiting the Lewis and Engineering Libraries on Thursday, October 1st. Come by for product demonstrations, information on new features, snacks, and information about this year’s University Challenge and prizes.

Lewis Library, First Floor 11:30 am – 12:30 pm
Engineering Library, First Floor 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm
If you want to get started using Knovel for your research now, visit http://www.knovel.com/
The University Challenge is a fun way to start learning how to search Knovel e-books and get a chance to win a Kindle, Wii, iPod Nano, or an iTunes gift card. All you have to do is correctly answer three science and engineering questions and you are SUPPOSED to look up the answers. The Challenge is on until December 1st. To learn more, visit http://www.info.knovel.com/challenge or start playing here:

Sixty Symbols

The University of Nottingham has created a collection of short videos about sixty commonly used symbols (or concepts) in physics and astronomy. From Eigenvalues to Theremins, each video is about 5 to 10 minutes long, provides a "fun chat with men and women who love their subject and know a lot about it!" and often includes an interesting demonstration.

To start watching visit or http://www.sixtysymbols.com/ or view the short Transistor video below.

Also available from the University of Nottingham, the Periodic Table of Vidoes