Thursday, March 27, 2008
...the MDC North Campus Library! That's right, folks. If you can't come to the library, the library will go to you. It's the new Library on the Fly program, where your friendly neighborhood North Campus librarians appear at campus events with topical books.
Maybe you noticed us at the Job Fair earlier this semester; you may have checked out some books about careers or resumes. Or maybe you were at the Caribbean Festival recently, and found some of our books on the islands interesting enough to take home.
Look out for us at future campus events! All you need is your student ID card to check the books out for three weeks at a time. Just don't forget to return your books to any MDC library!
Tuesday, March 25, 2008
The North Campus Library is looking for a few good library patrons to interview for pilot episodes of their upcoming MDC TV show. Regular library users are needed to answer questions and give their input on the air.
Interested? Just call the library reference desk at 305-237-1183 and ask for Assistant Library Director Valda Adeyiga for details.
See you on MDC TV!
Thursday, March 20, 2008
Women's History Month with some of the greatest female baseball players of all time. Created by librarian Beth Cloues, this walk through time proves that baseball is not just for the boys. "Women in Baseball" will educate and surprise you! The display will be available throughout March.
Library Hours: Monday -Thursday 7:45 – 10:00 p.m.
Friday 7:45 AM – 4:30 p.m.
Saturday 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
For more information, please call the library at 305-237-1142
- The OWL at Purdue helps students throughout the writing process, from forming a thesis statement to the final finishing touches to the reference page. Click on "Research and Citation" for help with bibliographies.
- Research and Documentation Online by Diana Hacker is a comprehensive source for formatting and research needs. Sample papers are provided.
- The Long Island University C.W. Post Campus B. Davis Schwartz Memorial Library offers color-coded style guides for the most commonly used bibliographic formats.
- Students just plug in their citation information; Landmark's Son of Citation Machine formats bibliographic entries in one easy click.
Tuesday, March 11, 2008
This year's theme for National Women's History Month is "Women's Art: Women's Vision." Celebrate Women's History at the North Campus Library by checking out some of these books:
Independent spirits :women painters of the American West, 1890-1945 /Patricia Trenton, editor. ND225 .I53 1995
Carr, O'Keeffe, Kahlo: places of their own /Sharyn Rohlfsen Udall
N8354 .U33 2000
Women, art, and society /Whitney Chadwick. N8354 .C48 2002
Art and feminism /edited by Helena Reckitt ; survey by Peggy Phelan. N72.F45 A78 2001
Women and the machine :representations from the spinning wheel to the electronic age /Julie Wosk. HQ1233 .W67 2001
Ladies first :40 daring American women who were second to none /Elizabeth Cody Kimmel.
Unbowed :a memoir /Wangari Muta Maathai. SB63.M22 A3 2007
Champions for peace: women winners of the Nobel Peace Prize /Judith Hicks Stiehm.
JZ5540 .S74 2006
Changing our world :true stories of women engineers /Sybil E. Hatch. TA157 .H4155 2006
How she does it: how women entrepreneurs are changing the rules of business success /Margaret Heffernan. HD6053 .H37 2007
Amelia Earhart :flying solo /John Burke. [MCN] AMELIA
Working women /Christina Fisanick, book editor. HQ759.48 .W675 2008
Feminism /Christina Fisanick, book editor. HQ1155 .F44 2008
Leading ladies :American trailblazers /Kay Bailey Hutchison. [MCN] LEADING
The invisible woman: gender, crime, and justice /Joanne Belknap. [RES] HV9950 .B45 2007
Take a trip through time this St. Patrick's Day as the reader explores Eire from ancient times to modern in Michael Jenner's Ireland Through the Ages. Begin with curious neolithic rock formations created by prehistoric inhabitants, foray through vernacular and majestic architecture, and end with the Irish Free State. From the book jacket:
The past in Ireland lives powerfully in the present. An amazing variety of physical remains, bearing the scars and trophies of Ireland's chequered history, tell of bygone personalities, endeavours and events. This beautifully illustrated narrative uses a multitude of these places as stepping stones through the ages to evoke the glory of Ireland's heritage.
Ireland Through the Ages can be found in the North Campus Library at DA 978.2 .J46 1992.