11 Of The World's Most Beautiful Libraries
A lavishly illustrated new book pays homage to the cathedrals of free knowledge that are libraries, from the 1600s until today.
Monday, April 13, Deb the Librarian shared the following sources that may be useful to students.
Go to http://www.uaa.alaska.edu/scholarships/ to register for scholarships at the University of Alaska Anchorage!
Interested in Federal Student Financial Aid? Go to https://fafsa.ed.gov/
Alaska Commission on Post-Secondary Education has links to multiple financial aid sources, plus an eportfolio system to help you track courses, explore career matches for your interests and skills and create resumes. Check this out at https://acpe.alaska.gov/
Testing and Education Reference Center, a source that has information on multiple colleges and universites, scholarships, and college, and career exams. Available to all Alaskans! Find this at SLED.alaska.edu
Foundation Directory Online (at UAA’s Consortium Library)
Interested in working at the University of Alaska? Check out job openings from all UA campuses at www.uakjobs.com
Search for jobs nationally through the Consortium Library’s ReferenceUSA database. UAA students can log onto this with their Blackboard user name and password.
Check out www.collegecentral.com, where employers can post jobs, and university graduates can search for them!
Visit UAA’s Career Services Center! They can provide guidance on finding jobs and internships, and assist you with creating resumes, and preparing for interviews!
UAA Instructional Designer Melissa White shares information about distance education curriculum design and the inclusion of games (gamification) in learning course content. The UAA department, Academic Innovations and eLearning will be co-hosting the event, Serious Fun, on April 17, 2015. Students and faculty are welcome to attend!
MathSciNet, the comprehensive database covering the world’s mathematical literature from the American Mathematical Society, celebrates its 75th anniversary this year. The database includes reviews, abstracts, and citations for much of the mathematical sciences literature, with over 100,000 new items added every year. Coverage goes back to the early 1800s.