With 131 chemistry theses available full-text online, the chemistry phase of the Master’s Thesis Project is now finished. The chemistry theses are searchable by content, using “Thesis Keyword,” under Advanced Keyword Search in Ignacio.” The image below is from Youling Zou’s 2005 thesis, Attempted identification and characterization of metallothionein in Dictyostelium discoideum, and depicts the … Continue reading Chemistry master’s theses are now available full-text online
With all the talk about printed newspapers dying out, there’s a funny video on YouTube from a 1981 news program on San Francisco’s KRON channel 4. On it, they describe how some people are now able to read the San Francisco Examiner and San Francisco Chronicle using their home computers. It’s a great reminder of … Continue reading Reading newspapers on computers in 1981
Following the digitization of our computer science and theology master’s theses, we now have a total of 123 biology master’s theses available full-text online. They cover a period dating from the present, back to 1950. With the exception of a few of the very oldest, whose text defied character recognition, these are all searchable by … Continue reading Biology master’s theses are now available full-text online.
Check out the new look: Ignacio Librarians from Gleeson and Law have been collaborating with Innovative Interfaces to bring an updated look to the online catalog. It’s not only cosmetic. Updated coding provides better functionality to integrate existing services and to offer new ones. Log in to your library record to see what you can … Continue reading Ignacio makeover–sneak peek
We are currently looking for a Part-Time Library Assistant IV for Digital Projects. Its main responsibility is to digitize selections of the Gleeson library collection and requires 20 hours of work per week. The detailed job posting can be found on USF’s Job Site: select the “Part-Time” button and you’ll see the position listing. Apply … Continue reading Part-Time Job Opening at the Gleeson Library