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Overview of Library Resources
This class will give a quick overview of Library services, collections, and databases. We’ll talk about Docuserve, CODA, finding print and e-journals, our locations and Open Access. Whether you’re new to campus or have been here for years this class will help you make use of all that the Library has to offer.
Wednesday, September 30
Sherman Fairchild Library, Multimedia Conference Room 328
Our Fall Library classes schedule is now available at: http://libguides.caltech.edu/instruction
This term, we will be offering an overview of library resources class, two thesis classes, and EndNote class, and a Patents class.
Also new this term are several classes on authors’ rights in publishing, avoiding plagiarism, copyright issues, and the use of ORCiD.
Please sign up and register today.
The book drops located at the Noyes Laboratory of Chemical Physics and Beckman Laboratories of Behavioral Biology have been removed.
Please feel free to return library books to any of the Caltech Library locations on campus.
It has been reported that some in the Caltech community have received an email from the Caltech Library with a subject line, “Access and Delivery Services,” that notifies you of your access to DocuServe expiring due to inactivity. The email may ask you to click on an URL and complete a form. Please disregard this email as your DocuServe account will never expire.
If you have any questions about your DocuServe account or the Library in general, please contact us (626-395-3405 or email us at library AT caltech.edu).
Registration for Caltech affiliates ends at 3pm.
All libraries have regular Saturday hours.
All libraries have regular Sunday hours.
SFL open 9am to 6pm. Caltech or Reader ID is required all hours. Millikan, Dabney, Cahill, and Geology are closed for the holiday.
The lists of new books and journals added to the libraries’ collections during the month of August 2015 are now available. This month’s book list includes book cover images for many items, and links to Amazon to allow you to browse the books electronically. Please note that we provide no guarantee that Amazon has contracted with the publisher to allow viewers to browse specific books.
The newly revised, comprehensive reference work Treatise on Geophysics is now available to Caltech users thanks to a cost-sharing arrangement with the Division of Geological and Planetary Sciences.
Off-campus Caltech users may connect to this online resource using the link:
The Library is looking for a Digital Technologies Development Librarian. See the job description with a link to apply.
The elevator at SFL is now working again.
The elevator at the Sherman Fairchild Library is unfortunately still out of service. If you need assistance retrieving books or other materials from the basement, 2nd or 3rd floors, please email email@example.com and we’ll pull them for you.
The group study rooms and MCR are currently accessible by stairs only. Groups of up to 15 people are welcome to schedule meetings in MIL 200 instead.
For further assistance with accessibility matters, please contact Disability Services at Caltech.