The cookies went FAST...
Mason Library staff hosted the coffee/cookie hour on Tuesday.
The winner of our raffle is Lai Wei!
Thanks to everyone for joining us...
Database(s) Of The Week...
This week we highlight two excellent full-text online libraries:SourceOECD
SourceOECD is the online library of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. The site comprises 20 book collections by theme, containing all OECD books and reports, including trhe various energy yearbooks. There are also 24 periodicals, reference titles, and the OECD statistical databases.World Bank e-Library
The World Bank E-Library provides full text access to over 1,200 World Bank titles, plus each new book as it is published
. By choosing the Advanced Search
option, you can search words from within the full text of all publications. Note that you can be notified whenever a new publication is added to the database by signing up for TOC Alerting
.Note: This database works remotely with the VPN, but not RAUL.
Too hot? Too cold?
Here are some steps you can take if you are too hot or cold in the Library:
- Check the window sill closest to your seat. If you see a label by the grate, lift the grate and adjust the temperature control knob.
- Open or close the window. You will need to check out a special window key from the Circulation Desk.
- Report the problem to a full-time staff member at the Circulation Desk. We will ask Maintenance if they can adjust the temperature.
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