Friday is the last day of the Summer Session Exam period. During our Summer Session Recess Period (August 25 to September 3) the library will be closed on Saturday and Sunday. Please see our hours page for more details and more information.
Mita Williams's blog
Interesting. If you have a profile on Google Scholar, the service will match your past research record with new research. Essentially, it's a recommended reading service.
You can't add your research into a your citation profile if a GoogleBot can't find your work under your name (which is a little problematic because I changed my name some years ago and the work I've done under it doesn't exist in my current profile).
This September about 200 students in a course on Management Information Systems will taking part of a new pilot project spearheaded by the Leddy Library. The project is a partnership with Flatworld Knowledge to provide free and open online peer-reviewed textbooks that are also available for a variety of digital readers - including the iPad, Kindle and Nook - while also being available in print at a fraction of the traditional cost of a paper textbook. This pilot is the first of its kind in Canada.
Today, student leaders from Coalition large de l'Association pour une Solidarité Syndicale Étudiante (CLASSE) who helped organize the massive students protests in Quebec earlier this year will be on the University of Windsor campus as part of a speaking tour. The panel discussion begins at 5 p.m. in the Commons area of the CAW Student Centre.
The old Leddy Library website has served us well since 2005, but it's due for an upgrade. Over the summer the Leddy Library Web Team will be rolling out stages of our new site. It has a new address: http://leddy.uwindsor.ca/
Most of the content from our old site can found here with the notable exception of our research guides. These will be updated and added over the course of the summer by our librarians.
Laurie is lost in Userland. She knows where she is, or where she's going, but maybe not at the same time. The only way out is through Jargon-infested swamps, gates guarded by perfect logic, and the perils of breakfast time at the Philosopher's Diner. With just her wits and the help of a lizard who thinks he's a dinosaur, Laurie has to find her own way home.
Can you learn to program using metaphor? Lauren Ipsum tries to do.
Don't know yet. This is how blogging looks like in Drupal.