Entries for October 2007
October 30, 2007
On Monday, Oct. 22nd, ACS Publications launched ACS Nanotation, a new website created to bring together the worldwide nano community. This free online resource enables nanoscientists to save time by reading reviews that identify the most significant, new research. It includes:
- Nano Picks
- Ask the Scientist: Nano Letters
- ACS Journals in Focus
- Image gallery, podcasts, and NanoTube
- Wiki of terminology
Categories: Blog: e3 Information Overload Engineering Nanotechnology News from the Field Professional Associations & Societies
October 28, 2007
Patent Searching Basics Class
For the Case community...
Looking for patent information and do not know where to start? Consider participating in the CaseLearns class called "Patent Research: Basic Search Techniques" at 2 p.m.,Tuesday, October 30 in the Kelvin Smith Library. This course will introduce simple patent terminology and basic search techniques. Register on the CaseLearns web site to participate.
Categories: Blog: e3 Information Overload Case Awards, News, or Publications Case Libraries Intellectual Property Kelvin Smith Library Patents
Blog Named Top 100 Education Site for Entrepreneurs
In a blog post called Hidden Gems: The 100 .edu sites every Entrepreneur Should Read by Jessica Hupp, my blog was listed with others in the Knowledge & Information category.
At the root of every institution of learning is information. These libraries, defenders of free knowledge, and business training sites have a lot of information to offer entrepreneurs.The Bootstrapper blog is a resource for any small business owner operating on a shoestring budget, and provides tips on financing, cash flow, low-cost marketing and small business loans.
Categories: Blog: Are You 2.0 Yet Blog: e3 Information Overload Case Awards, News, or Publications Libraries & Librarianship My Experiences
Presentation at ALAO Annual
Categories: Blog: Are You 2.0 Yet Libraries & Librarianship Library 2.0 My Experiences Second Life Web 2.0
Updated Engineering Reading Room & Office Hours
For the Case community, I will be posting announcements about the Engineering Reading Room and my office hours in Nord Hall on my blog.
Engineering Librarian Office Hours (Nord Hall 510) - Week of October 29th
- October 29 (Monday): 8:00am-12pm
- October 30 (Tuesday)): Not Available
- October 31 (Wednesday): 8:00am-11:30am
- November 1 (Thursday): By Appointment
- November 2 (Friday): OFF
* Hours subject to change so watch web site or RSS feed .
* Appointments available for other times, see web site for contact information.
Engineering Reading Room (Nord Hall 509)
- Open 24x7
- Includes computer for searching library resources
- Current journal issues for your viewing pleasure
- Comfortable furniture available on 5th floor of Nord Hall
Categories: Blog: e3 Information Overload Case Libraries Engineering Reading Room (Nord Hall 509)
October 22, 2007
National Chemistry Week: October 21-27, 2007
During this week, we celebrate the 20th anniversary of National Chemistry Week as promoted by the
Categories: Blog: e3 Information Overload Chemistry & Chemicals News from the Field Professional Associations & Societies Science and Technology
October 09, 2007
Inaugural Coulter-Case Lectureship in Biomedical Engineering
For the Case community...
The Case School of Engineering cordially invites you to the Inaugural Coulter-Case Lectureship in Biomedical Engineering
Thursday, October 11, 2007
5:00 – 6:00 pm
(Cornell Road near University Hospitals)
From Professor To Inventor To Entrepreneur - The Excitement of High Tech Innovation
James Wyant, CIT ‘65
Dean, College of Optical Sciences, The University of Arizona
Reception following in Wolstein Atrium
Event is free but registration is respectfully requested: JGriech@case.edu or 216-368-6804
Made possible by a grant from the Wallace H. Coulter Foundation and the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Case Western Reserve University.
Categories: Biomedical Engineering Blog: e3 Information Overload Case Awards, News, or Publications Engineering
October 02, 2007
For the Case Community - Understanding RSS Feeds
Do you know what a RSS feed is or how to use them to make information consumption easier? Consider participating in the CaseLearns class called Understanding RSS Feeds on Monday, October 8th, at 3pm in the Kelvin Smith Library. You must register at http://library.case.edu/caselearns/.