New Lease Book - Sept 29
Roberts, Nora. Blue Smoke. (G. P. Putnam's Sons, 2005) - F ROB
News, announcements, new books, neat new Web sites, etc. from the librarians at Carson-Newman College.
Banks, John; Dragan, Valentina; and Jones, Arthur. Chaos: A Mathematical Introduction. (Cambridge University Press, 2003) - 003.857 B226c
Cook, Carolyn Pierson. The Greater Tri-Cities: A Portrait of Progress. (Community Connections, 2001) - T 976.89 C771g
2006 Writer's Market (Writer's Digest Books, 2005) - R 070.5 W939 2006
Writing at Carson-Newman College / Ellen M. Millsaps, editor. 4th ed. (Carson-Newman College, 2005) - R 808.042 W929 2005 and PR 808.042 W929 2005
Carson-Newman's library leases new bestsellers. These books remain in the alcove area near the main entrance for approximately 9 months before being returned. These titles were received today:
Sylvester, Judith and Huffman, Suzanne. Reporting from the Front: The Media and the Military. (Rowman & Littlefield, 2005) - 070.4499567 Sy57r
Physical Education Index - 2004 volume - INDEX 016.6137 P569 2004
Did you know that Carson-Newman's library is a part of the federal depository program? We get lots of neat stuff each month through this program. You will find Government Documents on the first floor (basement level) of the library arranged according to SUDOC number. (These may be in a preshelving area in the library's technical services department for a few days.) Here are just a few of the neat items we have received and their SUDOC number.
Walker, Henry. The Tao of Computing. (Jones and Bartlett, 2005) - 004 W152t
Commentaries are always popular, and we are happy to announce the addition of a new set.
The new book shelf is located in the alcove to the right of the entrance to the library. New books remain on the shelf for approximately 3 months or until they are checked out. Reference books, special collection books, and replacement copies are generally not placed in this area.
The Jefferson City Public Library, Stephens-Burnett Memorial Library, and the Carson-Newman History Department invite you to attend "The World War I Years: America Becomes a World Power" viewing and discussion series. The series will be presented in Thomas Recital Hall at 7:00 p.m. on Mondays. Each of the sessions will focus on a particular time period or aspect of the Great War. Viewing of the video -- clips in some cases, complete (short) films in others -- will be followed by a time for questions & discussion of the issues raised in the film. The topics are especially timely, with American military involvement and the nation's position as the only remaining "Super Power." We hope the opportunity to better understand how the United States came to its current status in the world will be well received.
Below is a summary of each session's primary focus:
ERIC is pleased to announce the availability of a substantial amount of new 2004 and 2005 content.
During early September, in time for the new school year, ERIC loaded approximately 20,000 new records for users to search, including more than 19,000 bibliographic journal records from more than 300 current journals, and more than 1,000 ERIC documents.
Approximately 9,000 of the new journal records are partially processed, providing searchers with useful information even though abstracting and indexing work is not complete.
All of these partial records will be fully processed in the near future. You can identify a partial record by the yellow tag indicating "In Progress" under the title in the search results. Please continue to visit at www.eric.ed.gov, as new content will continue to be added weekly throughout the year.
By the end of September 2005, ERIC will offer citation-management capability enabling users to organize lists of citations and create bibliographies and references in different citation styles. The feature will be compatible with widely used citation-management software such as EndNote.
International Exchange Locator. 2002 ed. (Alliance for International Educational and Cultural Exchange, 2002) - R 370.116 In8 2002
Flash Judgments. (PROgroup, 1995) - MVC 5138
Smith, Peter. Applied Data Structures with C++. (Jones & Bartlett, 2004) - 005.133 Sm63a
Final Report of the Scientific Study of Unidentified Flying Objects Conducted by the University of Colorado Under Contract to the United States Air Force. (Dutton, 1969) - 001.942 Un3f