Filed on May 19th 2015 in Library News
This Summer the 4th floor gets new carpet, new paint, five large group-study rooms, and quieter study space!
In order to complete this work, starting Wednesday 20th, the 4th floor of the library will be closed. We are sorry to say that access to the library is not available to ALB users during the Summer Renovation. During this time, there will be no access to circulating books for anyone at...
Filed on May 08th 2015 in Library News
STUDY BREAK ALERT!
Win tickets for your ENTIRE TEAM to attend Science Friday’s May 13th trivia night at The Bell House!
Raffle will be drawn:
12:30pm Monday, May 11th at Dibner Library, 3rd floor, circulation desk
To enter, follow three simple steps:
Step 1: Assemble an unstoppable Poly team (2-10 people)
Step 2: Fill out a submission slip with your team...
Filed on May 05th 2015 in Library News
Whether you are a night owl or an early bird, Dibner Library will be open for your studying pleasure during finals. The library will be open for 24 hours a day on weekdays and opens at 8:30 am on the weekend:
Tuesday, May 5
Opens at 8:00 a.m.
Wednesday, May 6 - Thursday, May 7
Friday, May 8
Closes at Midnight...
Filed on Apr 14th 2015 in Library News
Experiencing last minute stumbling blocks with your research paper? Librarians and writing center staff will be available to assist you for quick walk in questions anytime during the one hour time frame. This is intended for quick last minute questions, not the long individual consultations one can reserve with a librarian or the writing center. Let us help you to clear those last...
Filed on Apr 08th 2015 in Library News
This week’s Stump the Librarian question comes to us from Farhan Bassim: “Can we replace damaged brain parts with computational devices?”
This question is calling out for a PubMed database search. PubMed contains more than 5200 journals on biology, allied health, and the physical sciences as they relate to medicine, so it’s a fantastic resource to keep in mind.