What's new and interesting?
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- The Electronic Journals area has been enlarged; York now has access to an increasing number of journals in full text form; we've also included links to publishers' web sites that offer access to tables of contents. A separate list of electronic science journals has also been created.
- the 1995/1996 Library Annual Report
- A lot of new filmographies (i.e., subject lists of films/videos) in the Guide to library resources section:
- Astronomy, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences,
- Biological Sciences,
- the Caribbean area and peoples,
- Computer Sciences/Mathematics/Statistics,
- Environmental Studies,
- History of Science,
- Visual Arts: Surveys
Many documents are being updated, in preparation for the new academic year. Of particular interest are the schedules for library workshops and classes.
Along with a number of small changes required because of the changeover to the new Yorkline, a number of more significant changes have happened recently as well:
More news as it develops ...
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