Your Library Newsletter
April 8, 2015
Welcome to Your Library - Newsletter, information about what's been happening at the ISU Library. We welcome your suggestions and feedback on how to improve this newsletter, so if you have a comment, please drop us an email.
It's Time to Renew! Library Materials Borrowed on "Extended Loan" are Due May 8.
There is no grace period so renew early to avoid fines beginning April 1.
Transferring Your Records and Papers to the University Archives
University Archives welcomes the transfer of records and papers from University offices and faculty.
Research Help has Moved to the Circulation Desk
For patron convenience Research Help has moved from the H&I Desk in the LCC to a station at the Circulation Desk in the Lobby.
BioOne extends 15% APC discount to Iowa State authors for published Elementa articles
ISU is a member of GWLA, which made a $50,000 investment in BioOne, who will extend a 15% APC discount to Elementa authors.
News from the Social Sciences & Humanities Department: Celebrate National Library Week
National Library week, April 12 – 18, was first sponsored by the American Library Association (ALA) in 1958.
News from the Science & Technology Department: NCBI Support & Training
Check out these dates in May! Parks Library will host 4 webinars on NCBI resources conducted by Peter Cooper, Ph.D., Staff Scientist @NCBI.
News from the Science & Technology Department: New Veterinary Medicine Resources
From a collection of streaming videos with high-caliber content to a new e-book distributor with veterinary medicine titles in their R2 Digital Library.
Funding Your Humanities Research: Stipends & Awards Available for Archival Research
Deadlines are coming up for research stipends and awards for work that can be supported or enhanced by materials held in Special Collections.
April Book Review
Poet Jill Alexander Essbaum has a New York Times best seller with her first novel, Hausfrau.