Dear Mathematics Faculty member,
Greetings and happy Fall! Here are a few updates which may be of interest:
The Math Library has a new computer available for public use. The PC has internet access and is equipped with various useful programs, including Maple.
Patrons with laptops can now easily connect to a power source at one of the power-strip furnished group study tables.
To further encourage visitors, food and drinks with lids are now allowed on the premises.
Remember to keep sending in your book/media requests to help us build the mathematics collection. We are also interested in your thoughts on ebooks in the collection -- see the poll in the "Talk to us..." section. Our goal is to provide a collection that meets your needs for teaching and research.
Math Library Manager
Mathematics Department Liaison
American Mathematical Society journals
The AMS collection contains a wide range of peer-reviewed selections in mathematical research. All of the journals listed on this site are available in full-text electronic versions. Current volumes of selected print titles are also available for browsing. Click here to access.
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Library Books Delivered to You!
If you are USC-Columbia faculty or staff and there is a book we
own that you want to check out without coming to the library, we can deliver it to your department on the USC-Columbia Campus through Faculty Book Delivery.
LIBR 100: Information Literacy
Do you have students looking for information, research skills, and 1 credit? For Spring 2012 the University Libraries is offering a 1 credit course called LIBR 100: Information Literacy. Three sections are being offered, one of which will emphasize science resources. For more information go to http://library.sc.edu/libr100.html
Do you have an undergraduate student who has done an exceptional job on a research project? Tell them about the University Libraries Award for Undergraduate Research! This award recognizes and rewards excellence in undergraduate research projects that incorporate the use of University Libraries' collections, resources, and services.
Freshman and Sophomores - $150 prize
Juniors and Seniors - $500 prize
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