Games are good for you! (Yes, we have the science to back up this claim). So why not take a break from studying in the Leddy Library and grab a friend or two and play a game from our new shelf of games. You can loan the games for a day.
Here is what we currently have on offer:
The new year is a wonderful opportunity to step up your game in the next semester.
Don't know where to start? Borrow Learning Objects - a box of things designed to help you be a better a student in 2017 and get inspired.
The box is available at the Main Circulation Desk of the Leddy Library. Just bring this call number - ZPR650 .B001 - to the Desk.
A social networking site is not an open access repository
“What’s the difference between ResearchGate, Academia.edu, and the institutional repository, Scholarship@UWindsor?”
“I put my papers in ResearchGate, is that enough for the open access policy?
September 19-25 is Science Literacy Week and we are celebrating it at the Leddy Library.
There are many reasons to be literate in the sciences. One good reason is to have, on-hand, the ability to ask good questions when reading dramatic news headlines. On the first floor of the main building of the Leddy Library, you can find a display on this topic by Selinda Berg, liaison librarian for Chemistry and Biochemistry.