Academic Search Premier
( ASP), Business Source
Premier ( BSP), and Regional
Business News are three new
databases that greatly expand
the Libraries’ access to collections
of full text electronic
ASP a scholarly, multi-disciplinary
full text for nearly 4,700
publications in a wide range of
BSP full text business
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EXHIBITS AT THE LIBRARIES
The Bird Illustrated
November 6— January 5, Denison Library
John James Audubon,
Alexander Wilson, and
other extraordinary bird
illustrators are highlighted
in this exhibit
from Denison’s collections.
California Books Illustrated with Original Photographs
October 25 - January, Honnold/ Mudd Library
In the second half of the 19th century a small but significant
number of books were illustrated with original photographs.
On display are a selection of publications that experimented
with the use of the albumen print during this period.
“ San Francisco’s Great Disaster”: 100th Anniversary of the
August - December, Honnold/ Mudd Library
“ Owens River Valley Trip, November 7th to 18th, 1905” is
a photograph album found in the Water Resources
Collection that documents Fred Eaton’s visit to Owens
Valley to purchase water rights, land options, and parcels
of land for the Los Angeles Aqueduct. The Aqueduct
was completed in 1913. While the Los Angeles Aqueduct
was a boon to the city and was responsible in part
for its meteoric growth, it also decimated the Owens
- Carrie Marsh, Special Collections Librarian
FROM THE ARCHIVES
resources such as
Harvard Business Review. It
also has sources of international
such as EIU, Global Insight,
ICON Group and Country
Regional Business News
comprehensive full text coverage
for regional publications
from all metropolitan and rural
areas within the United States.
- Mary Martin, Business, Law and
Government Information Librarian
Introduction to GIS
Thurs, Nov 9, 6- 9pm and Tues, Nov 21, 9am- noon
Community Analysis Using GIS
Mon, Nov 20, 6- 9pm and Fri, Dec 1, 9am- noon
Software, data and documentation for GIS workshops
provided. For more info visit gisinfo. libraries. claremont. edu
Thurs, Nov 9, 6- 8pm
Reservation required for this introduction to RefWorks session,
email gale. burrow@ libraries. claremont. edu with Library Workshop
Registration in the subject line.
Endnote Tips, Tricks, Q& A
Thurs, Nov 16, 6- 8 pm and Thurs, Nov 30, 6- 8 pm
Bring your laptop for an intermediate session for those who already
have some experience with Endnote. This highly interactive session
is designed to address questions brought by attendees; we'll
work together to increase your endnote efficiency. Questions? Con-tact
jason. price@ libraries. claremont. edu
All workshops are held in the Keck Learning Room in Honnold/
Mudd Library. For more information, see the website or ask at the
H/ M Services Desk.
CLAREMONT DISCOURSE LECTURE
What was Postmodernism?
John Farrell, Associate Professor of Literature, Claremont McKenna College
Wednesday, November 8th, 4: 15 PM
The arrival of postmodernism has often been treated as an
epoch- making event in the history of Western culture. John
Farrell, author of Paranoia and Modernity: Cervantes to
Rousseau ( published by Cornell University Press in 2005),
explores some ambitious theories of what postmodernism
meant and counters them with observations of his own.
Claremont Discourse is a Faculty Lecture Series sponsored by the Libraries
of The Claremont Colleges. All lectures will be held in the Founders Room of
Honnold/ Mudd Library. Discussion will follow each lecture.
Wild Turkey, by J. J. Audubon,
from Birds of America, 1842
Comments? Kelley. bachli@ libraries. claremont. edu
Celebrate GIS Day
Wednesday, November 15th
Want to learn what GIS ( Geographic Information
Systems) is all about? Stop by Honnold/ Mudd for free
goodies and information between 10am- 4pm. And from
4- 6pm come listen to a faculty panel in the
Founders Room on how they are using GIS in their
instruction and research.
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