Bates Biologist Ron Barry contributes to the landmark six volume “Mammals of Africa” which is now available at Ladd.
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With Spring on the horizon, it is a good time to explore productivity apps and mobile access to library resources. Stay productive on those dreaded trips to the beach!
Take a peek at the SpringerLink platform ebooks for Mathematics and the Natural Sciences.
With the approach of Spring, the thoughts of some turn to the birds and the bees. If you are one of those interested in (honey) bees, you might want to browse this sampling of the Bates bee book collection.
From 1986 to 1988, Joe Smith recorded interviews with more than 200 recording artists and executives. The source tapes from these interviews are being made available to the public from the Library of Congress.
Lynd Ward’s significance as an artist is recognized with the release of the 2012 film “O Brother Man: The Art and Life of Lynd Ward” by Michael Maglaras.
Two weeks left before finals and many papers to finish…or begin. Why not make an appointment with a Research Librarian for a One-2-One search consult?
Standing in line in the wee hours on Black Friday? Feeling like you should be doing something else? EBSCOhost mobile app can ease some of that guilt.
Visiting Associate Professor of Politics, Melinda Plastas, has written an extremely well-received book, “A Band of Noble Women: Racial Politics in the Women’s Peace Movement”, covering key players in the movement after WWI.