On Saturday 22 April, Earth Day and the March for Science call for a double celebration of science and its role in promoting sustainability and well-being for humans and our environment. Numerous national and international environmental and scientific organizations have combined forces through public rallies and science education initiatives to foster awareness, support and… Read More


The DePaul University Library and DePaul’s Office of Mission and Values are proud to announce the digital publication of The Annals of the Congregation of the Mission: A Collection of Edifying Letters. Volumes may be viewed and downloaded for free at http://via.library.depaul.edu/annals_en/. The thirty-two volumes of The Annals (1894-1926) represent the English-language translation of those same… Read More


DePaul University Special Collections and Archives is pleased to announce the complete organizational records of the Civic Federation through the 1990s are now available to researchers. The addition of 100 newly arranged and organized boxes of materials brings the overall extent to 194 boxes, measuring 88 linear feet. The collection represents the Civic Federation’s organizational history,… Read More


Arthur Pita's Metamorphosis

The DePaul Humanities Center presents the second event in its 2016-2017 “Transformations” series on Thursday February 16, when it welcomes Royal Ballet Principal Edward Watson to discuss art and transformation in the context of Franz Kafka’s The Metamorphosis. The evening begins with a screening of Watson dancing the title role of Gregor Samsa in Arthur… Read More


Chicago Collections Edit-a-Thon Announcement

Open Access Week (October 24 – 30, 2016) is not only about promoting use of open access resources, but also about making them better. Earlier this year, DePaul Library staff took part in the #1Lib1Ref project, and earlier this month our staff came together with community members to contribute to the first Wikipedia edit-a-thon sponsored… Read More


Last spring, the Library undertook a trial of the clinical information resource “UpToDate” and received an unprecedented amount of positive feedback, including: “I have wanted this resource since I started as faculty here.  It is the preeminent resource for evidence-based clinical care.  It supplants textbooks as a resource b/c they are able to keep it… Read More


Mars: Explorers Wanted

The DePaul Humanities Center launches its 2016-17 series “The Humanities in Spaaaace!” on Monday, October 17 with an exploration of our neighbor Mars. The DHC’s “yearlong investigation into the relations among the humanities, arts, and space-sciences” will bring together experts from such varying fields as music, geography, political science, environmental science, history, and literature to… Read More


What is Sage Research Methods (SRM)? SRM, one of the newest resources available at DePaul, is a database of information and instructional materials in research methods for health and social sciences.  It contains over 120,000 pages of text from books, journals, and reference sources detailing quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods research materials. You can find quick… Read More


DePaul University has joined the Open Textbook Network (OTN), an alliance of colleges and universities working together to promote the use of open educational resources (OERs), especially open textbooks, in higher education. As an OTN member, the DePaul University Library will begin working with faculty during the 2016-17 academic year to collect information on OER… Read More