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Workshop: E-Books in Science and Engineering

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lightsWhen:  October 23, 2013 /11:00 am – 12:30 pm

Where:  Science & Engineering Information Center, 2nd floor, Silverman Library, Capen Hall (back by the windows)

What:   There are thousands of electronic books in science and engineering that the UB Libraries have purchased for you to use in your coursework and research.  Many of them introduce topics as diverse as applied mathematics, finite element method, calculus, Java scripting, and more. Others provide in-depth coverage of specialized topics in chemistry, biology, computer science, all areas of engineering, geology, physics, mathematics, and statistics.  Come and learn how to find, search, print from, download, take notes in, cite, and build personalized virtual bookshelves of electronic books in science and engineering.

What You Need to Do:  Just show up!  Bring your laptop/tablet.  We’ll start with a short formal presentation and then work with you individually.

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