Software Spotlight: StoryMapping

By billwinston on January 20, 2021

ArcGIS StoryMaps is a cloud-based platform for creating and sharing digital stories. The Washington University community has access to this valuable resource through the ESRI Software Site License administered by the University Libraries Data Services team. Although the platform was created by ES...

Service Notification: Duo Login for E-Resources

By Washington University Libraries on January 20, 2021

The Washington University Libraries are implementing WUSTL key and Duo two-factor authentication for e-resources, similar to email and other Washington University resources, beginning January 21, 2021. Starting on January 21, you will use the WUSTL key and Duo login pages in order to log into e-j...

Geography Awareness Week in Review

By Dorris on January 16, 2021

November 2020 featured a very successful Geography Awareness Week virtual series. We appreciate all of the virtual attendees who joined us at our events! The theme for this year was geography and social justice, and we prepared a series of blog posts highlighting work by members of the WashU comm...

Love Data Week Takes Place February 8–12

By Washington University Libraries on January 15, 2021

Data enthusiasts get ready! Love Data Week is quickly approaching and will be celebrated virtually February 8–12. The Washington University Libraries, the Bernard Becker Medical Library, and the Institute for Informatics are teaming up to present 10 unique data-related workshops and lectures thro...

Data Services Staff Participate in Big Data Panel

By Mollie Webb on January 14, 2021

In October 2020, the Data Services team participated in a presentation and discussion panel entitled The Power and Responsibility of Data hosted by the Washington University Alumni Association. The event focused on big data as it relates to the 2020 Common Reading Program book Weapons of Math Des...

Virtual Conversations on Teaching and Learning for Social Impact

By Washington University Libraries on January 12, 2021

Recent political and social events such as the pandemic, the Black Lives Matter movement, and the presidential election have left instructors wondering how to integrate social change into the fabric of their courses. Register now to take part in a virtual conversation that will introduce you to a...

December New Physics Books

By Alison Verbeck on January 5, 2021

Accelerator Technology  by Sören Möller Accretion and Obscured Growth of Supermassive Black Holes  by Peter Boorman Advances in Nuclear Physics  by Rajeev K. Puri, Joerg Aichelin, Sakshi Gautam, Rohit Kumar Analyzing Power Measurement for p + 3He Elastic Scattering at Intermediate Energies  by At...

December New Math Books

By Alison Verbeck on January 5, 2021

3000 Years of Analysis  by Thomas Sonar Al-Kashi’s Miftah al-Hisab, Volume II: Geometry  by Nuh Aydin, Lakhdar Hammoudi, Ghada Bakbouk Approximation Theory XVI  by Gregory E. Fasshauer, Marian Neamtu, Larry L. Schumaker Classification of Complex Algebraic Surfaces by Ciro Ciliberto Cybersec...