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Starting October 13th, Writing in Science and Engineering Conferences will be held every Thursday at the Engineering Library in Friend Center, room 106. These are offered to students working on assignments or research projects in the sciences, the empirical social sciences, or engineering. Appointments for Writing Conferences at the Engineering Library can be made online at https://writing.princeton.edu/scheduler/appointments/18.

In coordination with the Writing Conferences, the Engineering Library offers Research Clinics every Thursday afternoon, from 3:30pm to 5:30pm in room 105 (Friend Center). If you have difficulties finding sources for your paper or project, librarians will be available to help you and to answer any questions that you may have about the library. No appointments are necessary for the Library Research Clinics, everybody is welcome!

Engineering Library Research Clinics - Thursdays 3:30 - 5:30

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The Engineering Library Research Clinics have moved to Thursdays from 3:30 - 5:30 pm.

Get library help with your research, thesis, finding papers, and more!!

When: Thursdays, 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Where: Engineering Library, Room 105
Who: Anyone! No appointment necessary.

Is There a Past in Your Future? RESCHEDULED!

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Is there a past in your future?
e-journals, libraries, scholarly communities, and safe havens for content
when everyone is getting digi with it

RESCHEDULED - Friday April 9th, 2010
10:00am to 4:00pm
A01 McDonnell Hall, Princeton University

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  • Join us for a free, one-day forum for scholars, librarians and administrators from Princeton, Columbia and Penn
  • Explore the challenges in creating realistic strategies for long-term preservation of e-journals, with faculty and librarian panelists from the 3 universities
  • Learn more about current endeavors to provide a viable future for todayʹs e-resources, with presenters from LOCKSS, PORTICO, and HathiTrust

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Keynote Speaker:
Anthony Grafton

Henry Putnam University Professor of History Princeton University

Sponsored by the Princeton University Library

Is There a Past in Your Future?

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Is there a past in your future?
e-journals, libraries, scholarly communities, and safe havens for content
when everyone is getting digi with it

Friday February 26, 2010
10:00am to 4:00pm
A01 McDonnell Hall, Princeton University

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  • Join us for a free, one-day forum for scholars, librarians and administrators from Princeton, Columbia and Penn
  • Explore the challenges in creating realistic strategies for long-term preservation of e-journals, with faculty and librarian panelists from the 3 universities
  • Learn more about current endeavors to provide a viable future for todayʹs e-resources, with presenters from LOCKSS, PORTICO, and HathiTrust

tony_grafton.jpg

Keynote Speaker:
Anthony Grafton

Henry Putnam University Professor of History Princeton University

Sponsored by the Princeton University Library

Research Clinics at the Engineering Library

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Get library help during reading period!

Research Clinics in the Engineering Library will continue during reading period. Come by the Engineering Library for help with your thesis, paper, or any library research. The Engineering Librarians are here to help!

When: Wednesdays 3:30-5:30pm

Where: Engineering Library, Room 105

All are welcome and no appointment is necessary!

Techstreet, a commercial resource for standards

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Techstreet launches BuildingBlocks utility for industry standards - 11 Dec 2008

The Scientific business of Thomson Reuters has announced that Techstreet (about), a source for online access to industry codes and standards, has launched a new utility called Techstreet Subscriptions BuildingBlocks. The feature allows engineers to pre-purchase documents for the first time from publishers such as the American Society for Testing and Materials, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, American Petroleum Institute, British Standards Institution and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.

BuildingBlocks lets Techstreet subscription customers buy standards in advance, in increments of 25, 50, 75 or 100 documents from selected publishers without naming specific titles. Users can immediately download required codes or standards on demand once their BuildingBlocks account is activated.

Techstreet Subscriptions is a Thomson Reuters web-based workflow tool that enables access to a controlled set of industry standards in electronic format. The Web 2.0 interface is projected to be fast and intuitive, with an advanced search and browse functionality, favourites lists, automatic updates, e-mail alerts, real-time usage reports, an announcement board and other administrative features.

Sustainable Energy Resources possible via Knovel

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To support the role of engineers and applied scientists in leading a new industrial revolution, Knovel is launching a new subject area. Learn More!

Automotive industry news on the web (EIN)

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EIN News launches online news aggregation service focused on auto sector - 25 May 2007

Internet data mining and search services provider Internet Product Development Group, Inc. (IPD Group), US, has announced the launch of the Automotive Industry Today news service (http://automotive.einnews.com/), expanding its EIN News portfolio of media monitoring sites. A free trial period is offered, however, this is a subscription service. IPD Group provides niche industries-focused Internet data mining and searching tools to corporations, institutions and professionals. The company’s media monitoring and newsletter services are designed as alternatives to high cost services such as Lexis-Nexis. (Princeton subscribes to L-N as well as Factiva. Here is a basic comparison page by Bordelon.)

Fundamentals of Eletromagnetics -- with MATLAB

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SciTech Publishing to publish Fundamentals of Eletromagnetics with MATLAB, second edition - 23 Jan 2007

Publisher SciTech Publishing, http://www.scitechpub.com/US, has announced the publication of the second edition of Fundamentals of Electromagnetics with MATLAB. MATLAB is a powerful way to motivate and reinforce EM Principles. The Second Edition increases the utility of MATLAB as a computational and visualisation tool for current day’s computer-savvy students.

Authored by Karl Lonngren, Sava Savov, and Randy Jost, the textbook has been adopted by several prestigious university programmes. Based on adopter and advisory board feedback, the new edition contains separate chapters on electrostatic and magnetostatic Fields. In addition, the chapter on transmission lines has been edited so that it is independent from other chapters. Each substantive text section has at least one corresponding problem. Also, there are worked solutions for instructors.

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