Catching up with the 2nd floor project. We’re thinking maybe two more weeks?
We know textbooks can be expensive. One way to save some money is to use Library Course Reserves. We don’t have every text book, but check to see if your professor has put course materials on reserve: http://bit.ly/1Jk30NT
August 24, Deb the Librarian spoke with Dana Bonifacio-Sample, the Associate Director of Student Union, Student Activities, and Commuter Student Services at the University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA). Dana shared useful information about student services, and her goals for expanding the services and opportunities for students at the Student Union. Currently, complimentary food is served in the Daily Den (1st floor of Student Union), Monday through Friday, at 10am-11am and 2pm-3pm. Summer and winter gear (mountain bikes, kayaks, snowshoes, and more) is available for rental on the 2nd floor of the Student Union. There is also musical entertainment in the Student Union on Wednesdays during the lunch hour, and rooms in the Student Union for student clubs to use for meetings and events.
Additionally, there are many student job opportunities at the Student Union, Interested in exploring what student job opportunities are available at UAA? Check out www.uakjobs.com!
For more information about resources and services offered through the Student Union and Student Activities, check out the Student Union and Commuter Services website!
Thanks to the Alaska State Library, all Alaskans have access to Live Homework Help, 7 days a week from 12:00 noon until 2:00 AM. This online tutoring service is offered as one of the Alaska State Library’s SLED (Statewide Library Electronic Doorway) databases. The website for SLED is http://lam.alaska.gov/sled/
Tutors knowledgeable in curricular content from kindergarten through entry-level college courses are available through SLED. If you have questions about this or other resources, Ask A Librarian! Email a librarian, stop by the Consortium Library, or call the Consortium Library to ask a question at 907-786-1848.
Consortium Library faculty are here to help!
Celebrating over 100 years since its first publication, the content of the 96th Edition of the CRC Handbook of Chemistry & Physics (2015-2016) is available online.
A well established reference source, the CRC Handbook serves the scientific community as a prime source of reliable information for chemistry, physics, and related fields including constants, formulas, and much more.
You can also find it through the list of Databases (choose H from the A-Z list) or through the Library catalog by searching for the title and limiting to book/ebook.
Use the Table of Contents on the left side of the screen to explore different sections of the Handbook.
Scheduled maintenance on August 21, 2015 may cause brief intermittent interruptions to EBSCO ebooks. This maintenance is expected to take place from 7:00 p.m. until 11:00 p.m.
Mark your calendars.