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Seminar: Springer Images

SpringerImagesJoin us to learn about the new SpringerImages database. SpringerImages is a growing collection of images that spans the scientific, technical and medical fields. The continually updated collection – currently over 1.5 million images – gathers photos, graphs, histograms, figures, and tables.

As always students, faculty and staff are welcome to attend.

When: Thursday, November 18
Time: Noon-1pm
Where: Y2E2 Room 105

To reserve your space, RSVP at: http://tinyurl.com/2dcp62h


Engineering Library Workshop on Mendeley, Papers & Zotero

Please join us for our lunchtime workshop introducing how these three Citation/Research Management Tools can help you build your research library. We will cover how these programs work and help offer suggestions on identifying the best program for your research. Snacks will be provided. As usual, all faculty, students, and staff are welcome to attend!

Date/Time: Noon-1pm October 27 or October 28
Location: Huang Engineering Center Rm 203 (just outside the Engineering Library)

Please RSVP to Sarah Lester: slester@stanford.edu. Space is limited to 12 people per session. Future sessions will be added if needed.


Call for Papers for the Biomedical Computation at Stanford (BCATS) Symposium

Submissions for BCATS 2010 are now being accepted at http://bcats.stanford.edu

Abstract submission deadline: October 18, 2010
Symposium date: November 6, 2010

Now in its eleventh year, the Biomedical Computation at Stanford (BCATS) Symposium, a one-day scientific conference organized entirely by students highlighting current research by students and post-docs in the San Francisco bay area including Stanford, UC Berkeley, UC San Francisco, UC Santa Cruz and UC Davis. BCATS provides an open, interdisciplinary forum for students and post-docs around the San Francisco bay area to share their latest work in computational biology and medicine with their fellow colleagues from neighboring institutions. Last year, BCATS presented the work of over 60 research projects to over 250 attendees from the scientific community.

All all students and post-docs conducting research in biomedical computation are encouraged to submit an abstract for presentation at BCATS 2010. Attendance at BCATS is free for students who register by the early-registration deadline of October 31, 2010. Work presented at BCATS will be in the form of either a 10 minute scientific talk or a poster presentation.


2010 Stanford ACM Local Programming Contest

1pm ~ 6pm Saturday, Oct 2nd @ Gates B02 & B21

Are you a programmer or hacker with a flair for coding under pressure? Does the word "ALGORITHM" send chills down your spine? If so, the Stanford ACM Local Programming Contest is for you!

Once again, Stanford will be hosting a local programming contest to select the individuals who will represent Stanford at the 2010 ACM Pacific NW Regional Contest and will have a chance to compete at the 2011 ACM ICPC World Finals in Egypt! This year our local contest is sponsored by Palantir - there will be lots of lucrative prizes!

ALL Stanford Students are welcome to participate. To information or to register for the contest, visit http://cs.stanford.edu/group/acm/SLPC/.


Manage Your Citations Using RefWorks, EndNote and Zotero

Citation Tools
Did you know Stanford Libraries provide free access to RefWorks and EndNote Web? Please bring your lunch and join us to learn how citation management tools can help you track your research and simplify creating your papers.

All faculty, students, and staff are welcome to attend!

Dates:
Wednesday, September 29 - Y2E2 (Environment and Energy Building) Room 101 *this session is full*
Thursday, September 30 - Huang Engineering Center Room 305 *this session is full*
Monday, October 4 - Y2E2 (Environment and Energy Building) Room 105

Time:
Noon to 1 pm

To sign-up, please register here: http://tinyurl.com/272z49n

Light snacks will be provided.


Linking to Electronic Resources in Coursework & CCNet

Lunch bag

Please bring your lunch and join us for our continuing series of workshops. This workshop will give an overview of the options within CourseWork and CCNet for linking to licensed content for required or supplemental course reading. Examples of e-books, e-book chapters and journal articles will be covered.

All faculty and teaching assistants are welcome to attend.

Date: Wednesday 9/22 or Thursday 9/23
Time: Noon to 1 pm
Where: Huang Engineering Center Rm 203
This room is just outside the Engineering Library

To sign-up, please register here: http://tinyurl.com/2u5bplo

Light snacks will be provided.


Join us for Engineering Library Orientation

keys
The library will be holding two tours daily at 11am and 2pm, September 20-24th. Join us to learn the Four Key Things you need to know to navigate our library.

For more information see our page.


SAE Digital Library Now Available

SAE
The Engineering Library is pleased to announce we now have full access for Stanford faculty, students and staff to the SAE Digital Library. Content includes SAE Technical Papers since 1906. and access to the SAE Global Mobility Database (GMD) which includes summaries of more than 177,000 documents—technical papers, standards, regulations, journals, reports, etc.


Engineering Library Aquires New Medical Device Standards Collection

Medical Device Standards PortalThe Engineering Library has just licensed a new product from ASTM called the Medical device standards portal. Students, faculty, and staff can now access 1,300+ medical device standards from one single database developed jointly by the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI), the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), ASTM International and the German Institute for Standardization (DIN).

This new Medical device standards portal is a single source for relevant documents from AAMI, ASTM, DIN, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and various European regulations.


We're open!!

Engineering opening day staff
The Engineering Library is now moved to our new space in the Jen-Hsun Huang Engineering Center. We are OPEN in our new location (Rm 201). Use the breezeway door to enter the Octagon.

Please note that while we are open, there are a few things still "under construction" the following are unavailable at this time:

  • Copier (accepting cash only, not card plans)

All Engineering Library materials on reserve for summer quarter will be available at the Green Library Circulation Desk.


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