News to Know from the Hesburgh Libraries

Hesburgh Libraries Electronic Newsletter: http://www.library.nd.edu/newsletter/021012/. Features important information on our newest Social Science Resources (Proquest’s Social Sciences “Information Bonanza!”); What’s new in e-Books, new Streaming Video collections, and so much more!

Recent Hesburgh Library Acquisitions: http://www.library.nd.edu/srch-find/new-acq-lists.shtml. A very useful tool especially if you are interested in finding out what’s new in the library in your Subject area of interest and research.

 One Book, One Michiana – 2012 (March 31st – April 30th): http://www.libraryforlife.org/onebook/. Check out the programs planned for this event that feature Notre Dame Faculty: ”Visualizing Sherlock Holmes” with Jim Collins of FTT (Wednesday April 11) and “Sherlock on Screen: Classic Adaptations of Arthur Conan Doyle’s Detective Stories” with Susan Ohmer (April 30).

Ask A Librarian Services: http://asklib.nd.edu/. An invaluable resource for the Notre Dame Community to contact a Librarian for Information & Research Assistance.

Faculty Toolkit for Teaching Information Literacy: http://guides.library.nd.edu/subject-guide/123. This is a new guide created by the Hesburgh Libraries for Faculty to use to incorporate Information Literacy into your curriculum. For more information on how to do this, please call (574) 631-6258 or send an email via our Ask A Librarian service.

Leslie

About Leslie L Morgan

I am one of the First Year Experience Librarians at the University of Notre Dame. I work collaboratively with Faculty who teach First Year Undergraduate students. I encourage First Year students to schedule a one to one research consultation to review their research topic and explore many information tools important throughout their academic career.
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