Additional Resources for Review

Syracuse University Libraries welcomes feedback about the following resources for which we currently have trial access. Faculty, staff, and student feedback is an important part of our evaluation process and we welcome your comments, particularly about how a specific resource would support your research and/or the curriculum of your school or college. Send feedback to the collections team at colls@syr.edu. Please be aware that we are exploring these resources for future consideration, and there is no guarantee that we will be able to subscribe, especially within a specific timeframe.

Bloomsbury Food Library offers access to a broad and expanding range of encyclopedias, references works, e-books, images, and more. (Available through 11/29/17)

Gallup Analytics allows users to analyze, visualize, and export data from Gallup’s U.S. Daily tracking, World Poll and Social surveys. (Available through 11/18/17)

IBISWorld Procurement Research provides reports on suppliers, pricing, and negotiation for products and services, using Porter’s Five Forces and including a SWOT analysis in each report. Access is available on the existing IBISWorld platform. (Available through 11/09/17)

IMF eLibrary includes periodicals, books, working papers, studies, data, and statistical tools related to macroeconomics, globalization, development, trade and aid, technical assistance, demographics, emerging markets, policy advice, and poverty reduction. (Available through 11/18/17)

Marketline Advantage Tenders & Contracts is a module covering procurement and business intelligence database that has been temporarily activated within MarketLine Advantage. To access, selected databases and scroll down to Tenders & Contracts. (Available through 10/25/17)

Please note: Limited on-campus access to these resources are provided by the vendors for the purpose of evaluating their usefulness and potential value to the SU community. Please see the SU Libraries policy on access to licensed resources.

AIAS/ARR Fall Book Club event

Ms. Keiko Ogura (Photo Credit: Darrell Miho)

The American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) and the Architecture Reading Room present their fall book club event on Sunday, October 22 at 6 p.m. in the Slocum Hall Auditorium. It will feature the screening of two short films: “After Hiroshima Mon Amour” by Silvia Kolbowski and “Let Me Count the Ways” by Leslie Thornton. An informal discussion will follow the screening.

These films are being shown as part of “That Day Now”, a special series of events at Syracuse University revolving around the visit of Ms. Keiko Ogura, a survivor of the Hiroshima atomic bomb blast, storyteller, and peace advocate. This will also be the first opportunity on campus to see and hear Ms. Ogura.

Light refreshments will be served. For more information, contact Barbara Opar at baopar@syr.edu.

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Potential Resources for Review in October

Syracuse University Libraries welcomes feedback about the following resources for which we currently have trial access through the end of October 2017. Faculty, staff, and student feedback is an important part of our evaluation process and we welcome your comments, particularly about how a specific resource would support your research and/or the curriculum of your school or college. Send feedback to the collections team at colls@syr.edu. Please be aware that we are exploring these resources for future consideration, and there is no guarantee that we will be able to subscribe, especially within a specific timeframe.

Life Magazine Archive presents an extensive collection of the famed photojournalism magazine, spanning its very first issue in November 1936 through December 2000 in a comprehensive cover-to-cover format.

NoveList Plus provides reading recommendations, reviews, and more for many genres.

Performance Design Archive Online includes primary and secondary sources related to all aspects of performance. Includes sketches, technical drawings, instructional video and more, in partnership with USITT, designer archives, and more.

Stationers’ Company Archive includes book trade records of the Stationers’ Company and the development of publishing in England, over 600 years. Includes related images and ephemera.

Shakespeare in Performance includes promptbooks from the Folder Shakespeare Library, photographs, costume design, scores and more.

Churchill Archive includes documents related to Winston Churchill from 1874-1965, including correspondence and official communications.

Literature Resource Center offers information about authors and their works, including entries from Contemporary Authors and the Dictionary of Literary Biography.

Please note: Limited on-campus access to these resources are provided by the vendors for the purpose of evaluating their usefulness and potential value to the SU community. Please see the SU Libraries policy on access to licensed resources.

JoVE Unlimited Trial

Trial access to JoVE Unlimited is currently available.

JoVE, the Journal of Visualized Experiments, is a peer reviewed scientific video journal. JoVE is devoted to publishing scientific research in a visual format to help researchers overcome two of the biggest challenges facing the scientific research community today; poor reproducibility and the time and labor intensive nature of learning new experimental techniques. Syracuse University Libraries currently provides access to Biology, Bioengineering, Neuroscience, Basic Methods in Cellular and Molecular Biology, General Laboratory Techniques, and Essentials of Neuroscience. For a limited time, we are providing access to all journal titles.

Faculty, staff, and student feedback is an important part of our evaluation process and we welcome your comments. Please send them to Anne Rauh at aerauh@syr.edu.

Trial access is available through October 31, 2017.

Please note: Limited access to this resource is provided by the vendor for the purpose of evaluating its usefulness and potential value to the SU community.

Please see the SU Libraries policy on access to licensed resources.

Additional Fall Experts@Syracuse Training Sessions

The Office of Research and the Libraries invite faculty to two additional training sessions about Experts@Syracuse.

Experts@Syracuse creates, manages, and makes public Syracuse University researcher profiles. It enables search networking and expertise discovery, and reduces administrative burden for researchers, faculty, and staff. Read more at the Experts@Syracuse FAQ page.

Training Sessions:

  • Tuesday, October 3rd at 9:30 a.m., Bird Library 608
  • Tuesday, October 3rd at 3:00 p.m., Bird Library 608

The key benefits of Experts@Syracuse:

  • Creates easy to update researcher profiles.
  • Identifies funding opportunities matched to relevant research interests.
  • Provides expertise identification.
  • Fosters wide-spread discovery of each researcher’s distinctive expertise.
  • Quickly identifies sponsored projects.
  • Creates customized CVs and NIH Biosketches at the click of a button.

For more information, contact at experts@syr.edu.