Mark Dowdy, USF-SJ’s writing tutor who started with us in the spring, will be available to help students Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4 to 6 p.m. during the fall semester.
No need to make an appointment – Mark will be in the faculty office next to the library – but you can. Just email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The University of San Francisco is a member of the Center for Research Libraries (CRL), a partnership of more than 200 university, college, and independent research libraries, effective June 1, 2014. For 60-plus years, CRL has acquired and preserved newspapers, journals, documents, archives, and other traditional and digital resources from a global network of sources, and made them available to member institutions and others through interlibrary loan and electronic delivery. For researchers at member institutions, CRL functions as a branch library of extraordinary resources with user-focused policies and practices, including:
Unlimited access to CRL’s collection of five million items
Digitized collections offering over 16 million pages scanned by request or in collaborative projects
Third-day delivery on vast majority of interlibrary loans, and project-length loan privileges
Demand Purchase Program – Enables patrons to request purchases up to $2,000 annually in three areas: foreign dissertations, newspapers, and archival material.
Favorable offers on published electronic resources for member libraries.
With a strategic emphasis on expanding electronic access to international primary source collections, CRL participates in a number of cooperative digitization efforts, yielding over 15 million pages of digitized content to date.
CRL collections are diverse and highly developed, including:
Largest collection of circulating newspapers in North America
6,500 international newspapers, some from as early as the 1700s—the largest circulating collection of newspapers in North America.
4,500 U.S. newspapers, many dating to the colonial era, including 2,000 U.S. ethnic titles.
Foreign journals rarely held in U.S. libraries, with a focus on science and technology.
Access to rich holdings in STE print serials through a partnership with the Linda Hall Library.
More than 800,000 non-U.S. dissertations.
Area Studies: major collections from Africa, Latin America, Middle East, Europe, Asia, and Southeast Asia, in various formats.
If you need more information, feel free to call the Reference & Research Services at 415.422.2039 or Ask a Librarian.
The Business Writer’s Companion.
Gerald J. Alred, Charles T. Brusaw and Walter E. Oliu. HF 5718.3 B79 2014.
The Chicago Manual of Style, 16th ed.
The University of Chicago. Z 253 U69 2010
How to Read a Paper: The Basics of Evidence-based Medicine, 5th ed.
Trisha Greenhalgh. R 118.6 G74 2014
Social and Personal Ethics, 8th ed.
William H. Shaw. BJ 1012 S45 2014
Therapeutic Games and Guided Imagery: Tools for Mental Health and School Professionals Working with Children, Adolescents, and Their Families, Vols. 1 and 2.
Monit Cheung. RJ 505P6 C54 2006
Writing Literature Reviews: A Guide for Students of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, 5th ed. José L. Galvan. H 61.8 G34 2013
Please come see the New Books display in the library.
After a successful run during spring semester, writing tutor Mark Dowdy will be available through summer from 3 to 7 p.m. Wednesdays to help students with writing. Mark, who is also a lecturer in San José State University’s English department, offers editing and writing help as well as paper draft reviews. No appointment is necessary, but students can email him at email@example.com to arrange a time to meet.
Beginning this fall, the Writing Center plans to provide writing consultants at all four branch campuses.
It’s suddenly become very quiet around the Plaza de César Chávez as the streets surrounding the park are cleared of traffic and patrolled by more law enforcement officers in cars and on motorcycles. President Obama landed in Mountain View about 20 minutes ago and is rumored to be on his way to the Fairmont Hotel across the plaza from USF’s San José campus.
Come to the library for a perfect view of the presidential motorcade.
Congratulations on completing your program! Keep learning through USF libraries with an alumni library card.
Alumni may access the library’s databases from within the library. Find out more about online databases you can access from home here. Alumni may also use branch libraries at the discretion of the branch library staff. Because there are fewer resources in the regions, priority is given to currently enrolled students and teaching faculty. Please call or email in advance to find out the best times to drop in or get help.
Apply for alumni borrowing privileges at the Gleeson Library circulation desk on the main campus. Pay with cash or by check. For more information, visit the Alumni and Visitors Web page.
This month’s new books includes “The Redbook,” about California law relating to minors. Come check them out at the library.
Addiction Treatment Homework Planner. James R. Finley and Brenda S. Lenz. RC 564.15 F555 2014
The Adolescent in Family Therapy: Harnessing the Power of Relationships. Joseph Micucci. RJ 503M495 2009
California Law Relating to Minors, 2014 edition, “The Redbook”. Phil Kauble, ed. KFC 111 M5 K28 2014
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy in Groups. Peter J. Bieling, Randi E. McCabe and Martin M. Antony. RC 489 C63 B54 2006
Essential Assessment Skills for Couple and Family Therapists. Lee Williams, Todd M. Edwards, JoEllen Patterson and Larry Chamow. RC 488.5 E78 2001.
Ethics: Discovering Right and Wrong. Louis P. Pojman and James Fieser. BJ 1012 P65 2012
Motivational Interviewing: Helping People Change, 3rd. ed. William R. Miller and Stephen Rollnick. RC 533 M56 2013
Taking Charge of ADHD: The Complete, Authoritative Guide for Parents . Russell A. Barkley. RJ 506 H9 B373 2013
San José campus students now have writing help two days a week. Mark Dowdy, who also teaches writing and English at San José State University, is on hand Mondays and Wednesdays from 5 to 7 p.m. to help undergraduate and graduate students in all programs with paper reviews, writing, editing and other writing help.
No appointment is necessary but you can email Prof. Dowdy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Counseling psychology students in particular will be interested in these new books:
- Aging and Mental Health, 2nd ed. RC 451.4 A5 S66 2011
- Clinical Handbook of Psychotropic Drugs. RM 315 C55 2014
- Couples on Treatment, 3rd ed. RC 488.5 W44 2014
- MFT Exam Study Guide: Test Prep and Practice Questions for the Marriage and Family Therapy Exam. RC 488.5 M14 2014
- Selecting Effective Treatments: A Comprehensive Guide to Treating Mental Disorders. RC 480S342 2014
- Statistical Abstract of the United States 2013. HA 202 Un58 2013
- The World Almanac 2014. AY 67 N5 W92 2014
- The Addiction Treatment Planner. RC 564.15 P47 2014
- The Adolescent Psychotherapy Treatment Planner. RJ 503 J665 2014
- Adult Psychotherapy Homework Planner. RC 480.5 J664 2014
- The Adult Psychotherapy Progress Notes Planner. RC 480.5 J663 2014
- The Child Psychotherapy Treatment Planner. RJ 504 J66 2014
- The Complete Adult Psychotherapy Treatment Planner. RC 480.5 J664 2014
- The Crisis Counseling and Traumatic Events Treatment Planner. RC 455.4 L53 K56 2012
- The School Counseling and School Social Work Treatment Planner. LB 1027.55 K63 2012
USF Facilities Management will cut off power to all of lower campus on Sunday, March 9th from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. to complete important work on the co-generation plant.
Gleeson Library | Geschke Center will be open during its regularly scheduled hours on March 9th despite the power outage. Our aim is to provide a warm, dry place to study. We urge users to stay by windows and go only where they are comfortable within the library. Please remember no library equipment that requires electricity will be functional on March 9th—there will be no USF Wireless, no computing in the library’s labs, and no printing.
The power outage will also impact on-campus and off-campus access to our electronic resources. Regardless of being at home or at USF, users will not be able to access our online catalog, Ignacio, nor any of our online databases on March 9th. Once power is restored to the lower campus, we will work to get access restored as soon as possible.
Please accept our apologies for the inconvenience. We thank you for your understanding.