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pleasureLooking for something fun to read?  Want to take a break from your studying or grant writing? Look for the “Book Exchange” shelves at both Dana Library and the Matthews-Fuller Library. We offer a variety of donated books, including popular fiction titles, non-fiction, occasional movies, and children’s books.

You can also enjoy, “A Blind Date with a Book”!  We have chosen a few of our pleasure reading titles and wrapped them in brown paper.  A brief, hand-written description of the covered book gives a fun clue about what is hidden inside!

We invite you to take a book with you — no need to check the book out at the Circulation Desk. You can return it whenever you’d like, or keep it! We also welcome your donations to the collection. Simply drop off a book or two with the Circulation Desk, and we will make sure it gets on the shelf.

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Fundamentals of Hearing: An Introduction
Dana Library
QP461 Y67 2013
Hearing

 

Life at the Speed of Light: From the Double Helix to the Dawn of Digital Life
Dana Library
Q175.5 .V44 2013
life-speed  

 

The Craft of Scientific Presentations: Critical Steps to Succeed and Critical Errors to Avoid
Dana Library
Q223 .A38 2013
The Craft of Scientific Presentations  

 

Anxiety: A Short History
Dana Library
RC531 .H67 2013
Anxiety

 

First, Do No Self Harm: Understanding and Promoting Physician Stress Resilience
Matthews-Fuller Library
RC451.4 P5 F56 2013
First, Do No Self-Harm

 

Systems Analysis Tools for Better Health Care Delivery
Matthews-Fuller Library
R690 S97 2013
systems

 

Survival Analysis: A Self-learning Text
Matthews-Fuller Library
R853 S7 K543 2012
Survival Analysis

 

The Cancer Chronicles : Unlocking Medicine’s Deepest Mystery
Matthews-Fuller Library
RC268.48 J64 2013
The Cancer Chronicles

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Web of Science, the multi-disciplinary index of journal literature, debuted a new interface on January 12, 2014.  All the familiar functions are still there, but many have moved and/or are hidden in drop-down menus.  For instance, find “Cited Reference Search” on the drop-down menu next to “Basic Search” at the left of the main screen.

For a brief video tutorial about the new interface, see http://youtu.be/Ulfu0njSZN0

Additional tutorials on using the new Web of Science may be found at http://wokinfo.com/training_support/training/web-of-knowledge/

web-of-science

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