Anne Ross Library Blog
Tuesday, June 26, 2007
Call for Participation
Global Theme Issue on Poverty and Human Development planned for October 2007 organized by the Council of Science Editors.
Science journals throughout the world will simultaneously publish papers on this topic of worldwide interest - to raise awareness, stimulate interest, and stimulate research into poverty and human development. This is an international collaboration with journals from developed and developing countries.
To date, 200 journals have agreed to participate. The journals plan to publish new original research, review articles, editorials, perspectives, news stories, and other types of articles on the subject of poverty and human development with a common publication or release date of Monday, October 22, 2007.
Two previous global theme issues have been published successfully by biomedical journals. In January 1996, more than 200 articles on Emerging and Reemerging Global Microbial Threats were published by 36 journals from 21 countries, and in 1997, 97 journals in 31 countries published on the theme of Ageing.
copied from the Council's website
Brimstone Hill Class Trip
Here are some wonderful photos of the
History of the Caribbean class’
historic outing to Brimstone Hill.
The photos were taken by Ololade Sogbesan.
Mark H. Bernstein
A. Professor of English/ESL
Wednesday, June 13, 2007
RSS: The New Information PipelineThis presentation explores the role of RSS in education,
what RSS is and where it could go...
Information Searching Skills
Links to Training Tutorials
Guides IUON students to key online external tutorials
designed to further their information searching skills
pertaining to the medical literature.
Tuesday, June 12, 2007
Dr. Mona M.Counts, the Elouise Ross Eberly Professor of Nursing at Penn State University,
spoke at Case Western Reserve University’s Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing on
“Rural Culture and the Health Care System”
March 26, 2007 at 7 p.m.
Her talk was part of the Bolton School’s
Rozella Schlotfeldt Lecture Series,
which brings in renowned speakers to address current issues in nursing and health care.
The lecture was open to the public.
Click on the link to view the video on Case TV.