What is Open Access Week? 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, freely available to everyone with access to a computer to find
Welcome back to This Week in Reference! Here are some of the more intriguing topics that our librarians helped students and faculty research recently. Job retention for paramedics and EMTs Corona beer bottle design Technology and crime Life Magazine issues from the 1950s Ethics of organ donation Depiction of
2020 will perhaps be remembered not only as a year of consuming sorrow and heartache but also as a time when multiple contradictions ruled our daily lives. The invisible enemy made visible a great deal about ourselves, our values and our weapons of mass salvation: kindness, generosity, and good information.
Donation from Rev. Stafford Poole, C.M. Adds Important Titles about the History of Religion, Mexico, and Our Lady of Guadalupe to SPCA Special Collections and Archives (SPCA) had just finished processing a large donation of books from Rev. Stafford Poole, C.M. to the DePaul University Library when the campus transitioned
As we settle into the fall quarter, the library would like to share some new and updated resources added in September. We’d also like to announce the removal of one of our databases and the forthcoming addition of another. Let’s get into the details! New Resources American Film Scripts Online,