Listed here are information displays that have been or are on exhibit in the Engineering Library (display case near the entrance).
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Making It At Cornell University Library: Developing the CUL Makerspace (June 2018-November 2018)
Celebrating 130 Years of Cornell Engineering Libraries, 1887-2017 (May 2017-May 2018)
Sticker Shock 3 - The High Cost of Journals (January 2014-June 2014)
About Technical Standards (December 2012-December 2013)
Where are the Books? (July 2011-January 2012)
What's Happening to the Engineering Library? (November 2010-July 2011)
New Library Resources for Science & Engineering (September 2010-November 2010)
What's Happening to the Clark Physical Sciences Library? (November 2009-January 2010)
Welcome to the Engineering Library? (August 2009-November 2009)
Getting What We Don't Have: Research Articles, Delivered by Email (April 2009-August 2009)
Even many experienced students, staff and faculty are confused about how to request journal articles, book chapters and conference papers using interlibrary loan to receive scans by email. This guide will walk you through the process step by step.
Cornell's New Catalog (January 2009 - April 2009)
Beginning January of 2009, the Cornell University Library is rolling out a new library gateway page and a new catalog based on WorldCat Local. Learn about the new catalog's functions and features in this new poster.
E-Books in Science and Engineering (November 2008-January 2009)
The Cornell University Library system has access to more than 400,000 e-books, including several whole libraries specially designed for use by students, scholars and professionals in science and engineering. These e-books are available in full-text, from anywhere, 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. Some of the individual e-books in these collections are not easy to locate by regular searches in the library catalog. To find them, you need to know where to look.
Weill Cornell Medical College (September-November 2008)
Although librarians at both Cornell in Ithaca and at the Weill-Cornell Medical College in New York City are working to make the same set of resources available on both campuses, there are still differences in what's available. Come and see this poster on what the strengths of the libraries at Cornell's campuses are and how researchers can access materials not held on their own campus.
The Machines of Leonardo da Vinci and Franz Reuleaux: Kinematics of Machines from the Renaissance to the 20th Century, (December 19, 2007 - April 2008)
This display portrays the book of the same name. Copies of the book are available in the Engineering and Olin libraries, TJ15 .M66 2007.
Top Ten List for Better, Easier Research, June 12, 2006 - January 2007
Early Cornell Engineering Alumni Inventors, January 14, 2004 - December 2004.
Recent Cornell Engineering Alumni Inventors, (May - December 2003)
2002 Excellence in Academic Libraries Award from the Association of College and Research Libraries was awarded to Cornell University Library for programs that deliver exemplary services and resources to further the educational mission of the institution. Details in a news article from the Cornell Daily Sun. The glass award was on display Dec 2, 2003 - January 6, 2004.
Library Engineering: Students Solving Library Problems: Space Optimization and Inventory Control (December 2002 - May 2003)
Sticker Shock: the Rising Cost of Scientific Journals (August 2001 - June 2002)