The Sullivan Library is constantly adding new titles and updated editions of texts to our collection. In an effort to draw attention to all the great material we have to offer, we are highlighting new book purchases that may be of interest to DC students.
Did you accidently leave your textbook at home? Are you lugging 20 lbs. of textbooks around campus all day? Was a book too expensive to purchase this semester? Have no fear! Because there is an excellent chance we have your required book or textbook available behind the circulation desk on Course Reserve! This semester the library drastically increased the Reserve collection to reflect what students need and DC faculty have requested. Stop by the circulation desk and literally “check out” what we have on Reserve. As a reminder, Reserve books are available for check out for up to three hours and can only be used inside library. You can also browse Reserve material online by going to the “Reserve Desk” link within our Online Catalog.
Read on for a list of new or updated editions of books on Course Reserve!
As of June 2011, all PDF versions of books published by the National Academies Press will be available via PDF at no charge. This includes the National Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Engineering, Institute of Medicine, and National Research Council.
Please read the press release from the National Academies Press.
Some of the topics that are covered include, Behavioral and Social Sciences, Health and Medicine, Education, Biology and Life Sciences, Computers and Information Technology — and more!
Here is a sample of books that are now available in PDF format:
Leading Health Indicators for Healthy People 2020
The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health
Secondhand Smoke Exposure and Cardiovascular Effects: Making Sense of the Evidence
Mathematics Learning in Early Childhood: Paths Towards Excellence and Equity
Starting Out Right: A Guide to Promoting Children’s Reading Success
Eager to Learn: Educating Our Preschoolers
The free Kaplan Ebooks deal mentioned in the previous Veritas Blog post has been extended through Monday, January 17th.
Visit the download site or view the offered titles.
Kaplan Publishing is offering 130 free ebooks for download through January 10th. Ebooks can be viewed on the Nookcolor, the iPad, and the Sony E-reader. Downloaded ebooks will stay on your device permanently.
Read the press release and visit the download site.
Along with college prep materials, here are some examples of other titles offered:
Caffeine Will Not Help You Pass That Test
Kaplan 101 Algebra Practice Questions
Kaplan 101 Biology Practice Questions
Kaplan Technical Writing
Get the Interview Every Time
Get Into Graduate School
Kaplan 101 GMAT Verbal Practice Questions
Kaplan 101 GRE Verbal Practice Questions
Kaplan GRE Exam Verbal Workbook
MBA Fundamentals Business Writing
Cleveland Clinic Guide to Diabetes
Kaplan MCAT Organic Chemistry Review
Kaplan MCAT Verbal Reasoning and Writing Review
First Year Nurse
How to Survive Clinical
Math for Nurses
Emails have recently been sent to students, faculty, staff and adjuncts here at Dominican College regarding the Fall 2010 workshops to be held at Sullivan Library.
The full schedule of workshops (and their descriptions) has been included on the Library Portal Page Calendar. It is recommended that you switch to the “month” view. Workshops will be held in September, October, and November.
Registration opens 2 weeks in advance of the workshop. Each workshop is open to all students, faculty, and staff. Please call (845) 848-7506 to register, or email Nicole (dot) Kranich (at) dc (dot) edu. Registration is limited to 17 participants.
A short list of the workshops available and their date and time can be found by clicking “More” Continue reading
Did you know that The Sullivan Library has researched the fields that you are interested in here at Dominican College? Each of the pages includes information tailored to your field, including: useful subscription databases to search for journal articles and reference information, Open Access (viewable by all) electronic journals, Government and Non-Government Organization (NGO) Resources on the free web, associations that you can be a part of, and printed reference resources that can be consulted when you are visiting the physical library!
Here is a list of current subject guides that we have already designed:
Accounting, Athletic Training, Biology, Business, Chemistry, Communication, Criminal Justice, Education, English and Literature, History, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, and Social Work, with more in the planning stages!
You can also access the subject guides by going to http://my.dc.edu (known as the “Portal” pages), clicking on the “Library” tab near the top of the screen, and looking on the left side navigation bar for the link that says “SUBJECT GUIDES”. Feel free to bookmark the main Subject Guides page or one of the subject guide links above so you can always find it easily.