“Love Your Data” with Emory Libraries, Feb 8-12

Got data? Emory Libraries invites you to join us as we celebrate one of our university’s most important scholarly outputs: research data. During the week of February 8-12, 2016, we will participate in a national conversation on Twitter (#LYD16) highlighting effective ways to “Love Your Data.” Tune in as we share daily tips and tricks…

New Databases: The State (Columbia, South Carolina), 1891 – 1997

Welcome to New Databases! This blog series from the Robert W. Woodruff Library is intended to give you a brief introduction to databases that you may not know and to provide you with some tips to get you started. To explore all of our databases, please visit Emory Library’s databases page Featured database: The State (Columbia,…

MAP IT series: Enchanting the Desert lecture Feb. 1st at 5:30pm, Jones Room

Nicholas Bauch (Ph.D., UCLA, 2010, Geography) from Stanford University will deliver the second lecture of the MAP IT | Little Dots, Big Ideas series on Monday, 1 February, at 5.30 PM in the Woodruff Library Jones Room.  He will discuss,  Enchanting the Desert: Visualizing the Production of Space at the Grand Canyon. The MAP IT…

Expand your knowledge with Lynda.com

Lynda.com offers thousands of online learning videos on nearly every topic you can think of – from software like Photoshop, Excel, InDesign, Java, Final Cut Pro, and more, to business and career development areas such as making better presentations, leadership, communication tips, and media training, to name a few. Now current Emory students, faculty and…

MAP IT series: Tracing The Arctic Regions lecture Jan 25th at 5:30pm, Jones Room

George Philip LeBourdais of Stanford University will deliver the first lecture of the MAP IT | Little Dots, Big Ideas series on Monday, 25 January, at 5.30 PM in the Woodruff Library Jones Room.  He will discuss,  Tracing The Arctic Regions: Mapping Nineteenth-Century Photographs of Greenland The MAP IT series features six public lectures. See: https://scholarblogs.emory.edu/dmh/…

Welcome Back; Finding Syllabus Resources

Emory Libraries are pleased to welcome you back in 2016; we hope to help you be productive and successful this spring semester.If you are looking for materials from your course syllabi, below are some tips for finding them. Remember you can also search for answers in the libraries FAQ (Ask a Librarian) section or use…

Woodruff Library visitor hours restricted for student exams

As the semester winds to a close, the Robert W. Woodruff Library is a busy place, filled with students working on papers and studying for their final exams. If you’re a frequent visitor to the library, you may be surprised to learn that visitor hours are restricted from December 5 through December 16. Although we…

What we are reading in the library

As the holiday season begins, hopefully you will find yourself with some downtime to restock your leisure reading collection. With that in mind the Woodruff Library’s public service folks shared their recent reads, which ranges from nonfiction to classic science fiction: Rob, our Data Librarian, enjoyed rereading the classic science fiction novel, Do Androids Dream…

Meet 2015-2016 Woodruff-ECDS Fellow Shunyuan Zhang

This is the second post in a series of interviews conducted by the Woodruff Library with the 2015-2016 Woodruff Library and Emory Center for Digital Scholarship Fellows. Funded by the Laney Graduate School, the Woodruff Library, and Emory Center for Digital Scholarship (ECDS), the fellowships support advanced graduate students expecting to complete their dissertations by…

Meet 2015-2016 Woodruff-ECDS Fellow Joanna Mundy

This is the first post in a series of interviews conducted by the Woodruff Library with the 2015-2016 Woodruff Library and Emory Center for Digital Scholarship Fellows. Funded by the Laney Graduate School, the Woodruff Library, and Emory Center for Digital Scholarship (ECDS), the fellowships support advanced graduate students expecting to complete their dissertations by the end…

Check out the Science Commons

The Science Commons occupies much of the second floor of the recently completed Sanford S. Atwood Chemistry Center addition.  Accentuated by the 4-story atrium, the newest incarnation of the chemistry library is an open space full of glass and light.  In the words of David Lynn, the out-going Chair of the Chemistry department, “this is…