E-Commerce, Ancient Dance, and the Great Chicago Fire of 1871 As the temperature outside begins to drop, library research is heating up! We’ve been getting a wide variety of interesting research questions at the library this month. Some of the topics that our Research Librarians and Peer Research Tutors helped
Traicte des Droicts Honorifiques des Seigneurs és Eglises, Seconde Edition, reveuë, & augmentée de plusieurs notables Arrests, & curieuses remarques. A Mademoiselle de Montpensier. A Paris, Chez Nicolas Buon, ruë S. Jacques, àl’enseigne de S. Claude, & de l’Homme Sauvage. MDXVI Avec Privilege du Roy, & Approbation Mathias Mareschal SpC.
Why does the library’s website look so different? DePaul’s Digital Experience and Analysis department has spent the year upgrading the university’s websites to a more current version of Sharepoint–the content management system we use. The most obvious change is that the color scheme has been updated. We’ve also simplified the
DePaul University Library are hosting trials of three resources: Academic Video Online, AM Explorer, and Digital National Security Archive (DNSA). Members of the DePaul community are welcome to trial the resources to evaluate whether these resources will or will not be good additions to the library’s collection. Please fill out
Are you interested to learn about what you can do about human-caused climate change? Join us on October 30, 2019 from 6:00pm-7:30pm in the John T. Richardson Library for a DePaul faculty panel discussion of the book The Sixth Extinction by Elizabeth Kolbert. This year’s One Book, One Chicago selection
International Open Access Week begins October 21, 2019. What is it? During the last week of October, institutions and individuals use this opportunity to raise awareness of the issues surrounding the difficulties in accessing scholarly literature and resources, and to highlight various open access resources. Does DePaul University have any
While October may conjure up apples, pumpkins, and falling leaves for most people, October is also the month when archival organizations in the United States celebrate and promote their collections and services. DePaul University Special Collections and Archives (SPCA) is pleased to offer several events in October and we hope
This fall the DePaul University Library is pleased to welcome a new exhibit of works created by DePaul’s Department of Art, Media, and Design faculty. The exhibition located on the first floor of the John T. Richardson Library will be on view for the next three years at which time