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What is the Fiscal Cliff?

Click anywhere on the above image to read Andrew A. Samwick’s breakdown of the fiscal cliff. Andrew A. Samwick is the Sandra L. and Arthur L. Irving ‘72a, P’10 Professor of Economics and the Director of the Nelson A. Rockefeller … Continue reading Continue reading

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Milk Money!

On our New Books Display today is Milk Money, the new book from Tuck’s own Kirk Kardashian! Click on the image below to link to the page in the library catalog: Here’s a link to a review of Milk Money … Continue reading Continue reading

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Paper Machines Visualizes Your Zotero Library

http://chronicle.com/blogs/profhacker/paper-machines-visualizes-your-zotero-library/44056 https://github.com/chrisjr/papermachines “Paper Machines uses the data in a Zotero collection to generate analyses and visualizations. If you have a sizeable collection of documents with good metadata and full text (for example, PDFs with text layers) then Paper Machines can … Continue reading Continue reading

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Innovation Lab Ideas!

Want to help us build Feldberg into a more innovative place? Do you have ideas about what that might look like? Leave us a note on a blue post-it when you walk in. Also, feel free to email us ideas! … Continue reading Continue reading

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New Books at Feldberg Library

Teaming
Handbook of Web Surveys
Good Works!
Well Said!
The Crisis of Crowding
Web Data Mining
Foundations of Machine Learning
Lead With A Story
Clicking on the titles above will take you to the library catalog. Happy reading!
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Congratulations, Mbumbii!

Mbumbijazo U. Katjivena is our student manager at Feldberg Library. Here he is with Library Supervisor Phyllis Nemhauser. We’re all sad that Mbumbii is leaving us at the end of November. Here he explains what he’ll be up to: I … Continue reading Continue reading

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SpringerMaterials – New Features

http://www.springermaterials.com/ What is SpringerMaterials (tutorial): Based on the Landolt-Börnstein New Series; a Resource for Physical & Chemical Data in Materials Science: 250,000 Substances & Material Systems | 3,000 Properties | 1,200,000 Literature Citations What’s new “Substance Profiles for a large … Continue reading Continue reading

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New Books!

The new school year is off to a great start here at Feldberg! We’ve got more new books, wonderful data resources and a whole slew of “Knowledge Now” workshops (hosted by our librarians) planned for the term. Stop by sometime and see what we have that might interest you. Here’s what’s on the new book [...] Continue reading

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New Books at Feldberg Library

  The Power Makers’ Challenge The End of Leadership Hey Whipple, Squeeze This! A Short&Happy Guide to CONTRACTS Navier-Stokes-Fourier Equations Private Equity Operational Due Diligence Designing Human Practices The Mathematics of Signal Processing Aeroelasticity Engagement Marketing Virtual Reality in Medicine … Continue reading Continue reading

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ENCODE Project at UCSC

http://encodeproject.org/ENCODE/ “The Encyclopedia of DNA Elements (ENCODE) Consortium is an international collaboration of research groups funded by the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI). The goal of ENCODE is to build a comprehensive parts list of functional elements in the human genome, including elements that act at the protein and RNA levels, and regulatory elements [...] Continue reading

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