Interested in learning how to design models for use on the Dal Libraries’ 3D printers? We’re hosting some Introduction to 3D Design workshop where we’ll teach what you need to know to create your own 3D models. The workshop will walk you through all of the basic tools in Sketchup. By the end of the session… Read More »
From October 20 to November 19, the Dalhousie Libraries has trial access to the Times Literary Supplement (TLS) Historical Archive 1902-2009. The TLS is a literary weekly offering essays on a wide range of subjects, book reviews, as well as theatre, cinema, music, and exhibition reviews. The TLS Archive trial can be accessed on and… Read More »
Open Access Week, a global event now entering its eighth year, is an opportunity for the academics and researchers to continue to learn about the potential benefits of open access, to share what they’ve learned with colleagues, and to help inspire wider participation in helping to make open access a new norm in scholarship and research.… Read More »
Acadia Library @acadialibrary :Special hours for Study Week starting today, we close at 5. Sat & Sun we are open from 12pm-5pm. #acadialib #acadiau http://ow.ly/D1VoM
FutureAcadiaStudents @NewToAcadiaU :Did you know that Acadia’s Dining Hall uses fresh produce from our student-run farm? #AcadiaU #FunFactFriday pic.twitter.com/z24WGxpFWA
Acadia Library @acadialibrary :#tbt Study Alcove at the Emmerson Memorial Library,1933. #acadiau #acadialib http://ow.ly/i/7jc1m At the #archives! http://ow.ly/D9Q0Y
Open Access Week, a global event now entering its eighth year, is an opportunity for the academics and researchers to continue to learn about the potential benefits of open access, to share what they’ve learned with colleagues, and to help inspire wider participation in helping to make open access a new norm in scholarship and research. (from… Read More »
Acadia Library @acadialibrary :Nov 5th, Career services will be hosting NetTalks -Here's the key, now open the door! Check it out! #acadiau #careers http://ow.ly/D9MV7
bailiwick 2014 : discover the full impact of your research Today on the campus of UNB Saint John in the Whitebone Lounge faculty, students and librarians will gather for Bailiwick 2014. This year’s theme is Altmetrics or “Discover the Full Impact of Your Research”. Held during Open Access Week the Bailiwick annual one-day conference is hosted by Information Services and Systems at University of...
Beginning October 26, you can study at the Killam till 3 a.m. Sundays–Thursdays* and until midnight on Fridays and Saturdays. These late night hours will be in effect until Friday, December 12 at 3 a.m. In addition to these late night hours, beginning the weekend of Saturday, November 15, we’ll be extending our opening hours… Read More »
Why do we cite? What does citation have to do with plagiarism? This FREE workshop will help you to understand the importance of citations in your academic writing and will teach you how to use them properly! Drop by–you’ll get some practice identifying plagiarism, some tips to keep your work clean, and a couple free slices of pizza to top it off! Thursday, October 30th (12-1:30pm) HIL Learning...
Write-N-Cite is a tool that gives you access to the contents of your RefWorks account during the writing process. Using Write-N-Cite, you can easily insert formatted references into your Microsoft Word document as you write, and then generate a bibliography in almost any citation style. Join us for a 30-minute session to learn more! Wednesday, November 5th (3pm) OR Thursday, November 20th (10am...
Acadia Library @acadialibrary :Upcoming event: Yoga in the Library, December 16th, 2014. Stay tuned for more information! #acadialib #acadiau #yoga #yogainthelibrary
Acadia Library @acadialibrary :Study week hrs: Mon Oct 27-Fri Oct 31 8am-11pm, Sat Nov 1 12pm– 11pm, Sun returns to regular hrs. #acadialib #acadiau http://ow.ly/D1Xhg
Acadia Library @acadialibrary :Please be advised! We have special hours starting Fri, Oct 24th for study week. Oct 24: 8am-5pm, Oct 25 & 26: 12pm-5pm. #acadiau #acadialib