Open access / public access news, October 2016

By Ruth Lewis on October 31, 2016

It’s been a big month for open access news. I need to share a few treasures even though I’m not entirely caught up. Most of these were connected to International Open Access Week, 2016. There were 8 great examples of the “open in action” theme in Commit to Putting Open in ...

Publications from WU Math Dept., Oct. 2016

By Ruth Lewis on October 31, 2016

McCarthy JE, Timoney RM. 2016. Non-commutative automorphisms of bounded non-commutative domains. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh: Section A Mathematics 146(5):1037-1045. dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0308210515000748. [WU does not have access] Full lists of publications from WU Math Dept. are...

Publications from WU Biology dept., Oct. 2016

By Ruth Lewis on October 31, 2016

Publications lists are available at libguides.wustl.edu/biology/pubs. Berla BM, Pakrasi HB. 2016. Correction for Berla and Pakrasi, Upregulation of Plasmid Genes during Stationary Phase in Synechocystis sp. Strain PCC 6803, a Cyanobacterium. Appl Environ Microbiol 2016 Oct 15;82(20):6291. Freely ...

Harmonizing the Disharmonious: Robert Coover and the MLC, Part III

By k.lamb on October 31, 2016

To celebrate Robert Coover’s upcoming visit to Washington University for a Neureuther Library Lecture Series reading on November 1, 2016, we are highlighting Coover materials in the Modern Literature Collection. The following is the third of a three-part series. “The infinite is all w...

Go on an Adventure with ‘The Zeke Files’

By Jody Mitori on October 28, 2016

Olin Library visitors will see posters around the building touting “The Zeke Files.” Database/Serials Librarian Kate Sathi created this a funny, engaging four-part story that chronicles the academic adventures of a student named Zeke who is navigating a tough semester of study and res...

“Segregation By Design” Exhibit Opens Friday

By Alison Carrick on October 26, 2016

October 28, 2016 – January 3, 2017 Opening Reception: 5:30pm October 28 Olin Library Special Collections, Ginkgo Room As part of the curriculum development process for the course Segregation by Design, a team led by assistant professor Catalina Freixas and Mark Abbott of Harris-Stowe State ...

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Math books and ebooks added October 2016

By Ruth Lewis on October 26, 2016

I welcome your requests and suggestions for library acquisitions. You may email Ruth at rlewis@wustl.edu or use forms, Recommend a Purchase for the Library or Recommend a Journal Purchase or Cancellation. Springer ebooks: Supplementary materials released with the print books (CD-ROMs, for example...

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Biology books and ebooks added October 2016

By Ruth Lewis on October 26, 2016

I welcome your requests and suggestions for library acquisitions. You may email Ruth at rlewis@wustl.edu or use forms, Recommend a Purchase for the Library or Recommend a Journal Purchase or Cancellation. Springer ebooks: Supplementary materials released with the print books (CD-ROMs, for example...

Harmonizing the Disharmonious: Robert Coover and the MLC, Part II

By k.lamb on October 25, 2016

To celebrate Robert Coover’s upcoming visit to Washington University for a Neureuther Library Lecture Series reading on November 1, 2016, we are highlighting Coover materials in the Modern Literature Collection. The following is the second of a three-part series. “Energy as diffuse as...

Four ‘Mean Streets’ Workshops Open to Filmmakers

By Jody Mitori on October 24, 2016

The “Mean Streets” program at the St. Louis International Film Festival includes four filmmaking workshops to allow budding and experienced filmmakers to engage with professional media makers around issues of filmmaking process. Master Class/Documentary: Fair Use & Copyright Saturday, Nov. 5,...