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Spring Book Sale

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Due to some recent large donations of books, the staff of the Cofrin Library has been busy doing some spring cleaning in our store rooms…… and has decided it’s time for another Book Sale!

The Spring Book Sale will be held Monday, April 21 through Tuesday, April 29, during Library hours, on the Plaza level of the Library.

We will have popular reading, textbooks, and everything in between for sale. There is also a large selection of science fiction in this sale.

Everything is marked at $1.00 per item.

You don’t want to miss this chance to pick up some great reads before you leave campus for the summer.

For more information contact Leah Liebergen at 465-2382 or liebergl@uwgb.edu.

Library systems and heartbleed bug

We’d like to reassure you that all the library’s systems have been checked for vulnerabilities to the “heartbleed” bug by our campus IT security officer, the network guys in the UW System, and our vendors.  Our systems are just fine.  You may want to check with other sites you log into to see if they have had issues or been updated, and you may want to change some of your passwords if the sites have been updated to plug the security hole.  If they have not been updated yet, it’s best to wait until they are.  (Otherwise your new password will just leak out anyway.)

New Books for April 2014

As you may have been relaxing over Spring Break and refueling for the second half of the semester, the Cofrin Library was hard at work picking out some great books to add to our collection.

We have really added some great new titles to the library shelves this month! To search for the call number and location, type the book title into the Search@UW box on the library homepage.

 

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Age of radiance : the epic rise and dramatic fall of the Atomic Era / Craig Nelson.
Americana collection : poems of war and peace / by John Jiambalvo.
Andrew Jackson, southerner / Mark R. Cheathem.
Appomattox : victory, defeat, and freedom at the end of the Civil War / Elizabeth R. Varon.
Armory Show at 100 : modernism and revolution / edited by Marilyn Satin Kushner and Kimberly Orcutt ; Casey Nelson Blake, Senior Historian.
Boy problem : educating boys in urban America, 1870-1970 / Julia Grant.
Britain’s industrial revolution : the making of a manufacturing people, 1700-1870 / Barrie Trinder.
Carthage : [a novel] / Joyce Carol Oates.
Congo / Thomas Turner.
Encounter on the Great Plains : Scandinavian settlers and the dispossession of Dakota Indians, 1890-1930 / Karen V. Hansen.
Europe (c. 1400-1458) / Aeneas Silvius Piccolomini ; translated by Robert Brown ; introduced and annotated by Nancy Bisaha.
Fast-changing Arctic : rethinking Arctic security for a warmer world / edited by Barry Scott Zellen.
Forgotten voices of Mao’s great famine, 1958-1962 : an oral history / Zhou Xun.
Garden of marvels : how we discovered that flowers have sex, leaves eat air, and other secrets of plants / Ruth Kassinger.
Guest workers or colonized labor? : Mexican labor migration to the United States / Gilbert G. Gonzalez.
How much is enough? : money and the good life / Robert Skidelsky & Edward Skidelsky.
In line behind a billion people : how scarcity will define China’s ascent in the next decade / by Damien Ma and William Adams.
Insuring children’s health : contentious politics and public policy / Alice Sardell.
It’s complicated : the social lives of networked teens / danah boyd.
Jim Crow Wisdom : Memory and Identity in Black America since 1940 / Jonathan Scott Holloway.
Naked future : what happens in a world that anticipates your every move? / Patrick Tucker.
Narratives of diaspora : representations of Asia in Chinese American literature / Walter S. H. Lim.
Pests in the city : flies, bedbugs, cockroaches, and rats / Dawn Day Biehler.
Practical Drucker : applying the wisdom of the world’s greatest management thinker / William A. Cohen.
Queen Anne : the politics of passion / Anne Somerset.
Romantic women writers, revolution and prophecy : rebellious daughters, 1786-1826 / Orianne Smith, University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
Strategic decision-making in presidential nominations : when and why party elites decide to support a candidate / Kenny J. Whitby.
Strategy : a history / Lawrence Freedman.
Sustainable knowledge : a theory of interdisciplinarity / Robert Frodeman.
Too hot to touch : the problem of high-level nuclear waste / William M. Alley and Rosemarie Alley.
Tracks on a page : Louise Erdrich, her life and works / Frances Washburn.
What is your race? : the census and our flawed efforts to classify Americans / Kenneth Prewitt.
Working people : a history of African American workers since emancipation / Steven A. Reich.
Would you kill the fat man? : the trolley problem and what your answer tells us about right and wrong / David Edmonds.

Humanities E-Book Trial

The Cofrin Library currently has a trial to the American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) Humanities E-Book (HEB) online collection of 4,000 humanities titles.  These titles are offered by ACLS in collaboration with 30 learned societies, 100 contributing publishers and the Michigan Publishing Division of the University of Michigan Library.

 This trial ends April 30th, 2014.
We will be making this trial available to faculty staff and students.

To access HEB, please go to http://www.humanitiesebook.org.

–> Select Browse from top toolbar.

–> Click on any title. This will bring you to a screen with information about the book.
You will see directions to login: “For full access to this item, please log in” You will then see a drop down list that says “Select Your Institution.”

–> From the drop down list, please select the first item “UM Access

(Most Subscribers)” and enter the following:

Login Id: info@hebook.org
April password:    wAt3rs5h3d

The searching and browsing functions are unrestricted, but to access the full text you will need to use the login id and password.

New Books for March 2014

Looking for a book to take on Spring Break with you?

We have added some great new titles to the library shelves this month! To search for the call number and location, type the book title into the Search@UW box on the library homepage.

 

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American political landscape / Byron E. Shafer and Richard H. Spady.

Architecture since 1400 / Kathleen James-Chakraborty.

Broken links, enduring ties : American adoption across race, class, and nation / Linda J. Seligmann.

Call to arms : mobilizing America for World War II / Maury Klein.

Claiming tribal identity : the Five Tribes and the politics of federal acknowledgment / Mark Edwin Miller.

Complete Copland / by Aaron Copland and Vivian Perlis.

Connected play : tweens in a virtual world / Yasmin B. Kafai and Deborah A. Fields ; foreward by Mizuko Ito.

Democracy disfigured : opinion, truth, and the people / Nadia Urbinati.

Distant love : personal life in the global age / Ulrich Beck and Elisabeth Beck-Gernsheim ; translated by Rodney Livingstone.

Dream of the great American novel / Lawrence Buell.

Ecology of climate change : the importance of biotic interactions / Eric Post.

Foreign kingdom : Mormons and polygamy in American political culture, 1852-1890 / Christine Talbot.

Founders : the origins of the ANC and the struggle for democracy in South Africa / André Odendaal.

From ideas to words : writing strategies for English language learners / Tasha Tropp Laman.

Haiku in English : the first hundred years / Jim Kacian, editor-in-chief ; Philip Rowland and Allan Burns, editors ; with an introduction by Billy

Collins and a historical overview by Jim Kacian.

Hemingway, Cuba, and the Cuban works / edited by Larry Grimes and Bickford Sylvester.

History of the kiss! : the birth of popular culture / Marcel Danesi.

How college works / Daniel F. Chambliss, Christopher G. Takacs.

Information literacy instruction that works : a guide to teaching by discipline and student population / edited by Patrick Ragains.

Invasive species : what everyone needs to know / Daniel Simberloff.

Kafka, the years of insight / Reiner Stach ; translated by Shelley Frisch.

Life in letters / George Orwell : selected and annotated by Peter Davison.

Mechanization takes command : a contribution to anonymous history / Sigfried Giedion ; afterword by Stanislaus von Moos.

Modern food, moral food : self-control, science, and the rise of modern American eating in the early twentieth century / Helen Zoe Veit.

Narrative of James Williams, an American slave / edited by Hank Trent.

Once and future Great Lakes country : an ecological history / John L. Riley.

Out of print : newspapers, journalism and the business of news in the digital age / George Brock.

Philosophy and its history : aims and methods in the study of early modern philosophy / edited by Mogens Lærke, Justin E.H. Smith, and Eric Schliesser.

Precarious Japan / Anne Allison.

Reclaiming American virtue : the human rights revolution of the 1970s / Barbara J. Keys.

Rethinking sovereign debt : politics, reputation, and legitimacy in modern finance / Odette Lienau.

Rise and decline of American religious freedom / Steven D. Smith.

Romania’s abandoned children : deprivation, brain development, and the struggle for recovery / Charles A. Nelson, Nathan A. Fox, Charles H. Zeanah.

Saving normal : an insider’s revolt against out-of-control psychiatric diagnosis, DSM-5, Big Pharma, and the medicalization of ordinary life / Allen Frances.

Seeing race in modern America / Matthew Pratt Guterl.

Three squares : the invention of the American meal / Abigail Carroll.

Tough on hate? : the cultural politics of hate crimes / Clara S. Lewis.

Twenty-first-century fiction : a critical introduction / Peter Boxall, University of Sussex.

Understanding contemporary Africa / edited by April A. Gordon, Donald L. Gordon.

Ungifted : intelligence redefined / Scott Barry Kaufman ; illustrated by George Doutsiopoulos.

Van Gogh at work / Marije Vellekoop ; with contributions by Nienke Bakker, Maite van Dijk, Muriel Geldof, Ella Hendriks, Birgit Reissland ; text editing, Paul Holberton ; translations, Ted Alkins, Michael Hoyle, Beverley Jackson.

Virus hunt : the search for the origin of HIV / Dorothy H. Crawford.

War + Ink : new perspectives on Ernest Hemingway’s early life and writings / edited by Steve Paul, Gail Sinclair, and Steven Trout.

Wars of Latin America, 1948-1982 : the rise of the guerrillas / René De La Pedraja.

Water 4.0 : the past, present, and future of the world’s most vital resource / David Sedlak.

 

 

BrowZine trial ends March 3rd

There’s still time to test out the BrowZine Trial!!! If you’ve tested it out, we would love to hear your comments.
The trial ends on March 3rd.

BrowZine is an app for iPad or Android tablets that allows access to thousands of academic journals.

There are a number of free journals, however, you can also access the e-journals that we have access to when you login with your campus username and password.

To access BrowZine for the first time, please do the following:

  • Download the BrowZine app. Go to the App Store, Google Play, or Kindle/Amazon store and search for BrowZine.
    • NOTE: BrowZine supports the following Android tablets: Google Nexus, Samsung Galaxy and Kindle Fire HD.
  • Install the BrowZine app. Make sure you have the most up-to-date version.
  • Open BrowZine and Go to “Choose Library”. Search for University of Wisconsin-Green Bay and tap to choose.
  • Enter your Proxy ID and Password. Your credentials will only be stored on your personal device.
  • Go to “Subjects” and select subject area. Start browsing!
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Donation in honor of Kevin P. Reilly

Chancellor Harden recently presented a copy of Samuel Beckett: The Complete Dramatic Works to the Cofrin Library.  This book is part of a larger collection in honor of Kevin P. Reilly who served as the University of Wisconsin System President from 2004 until 2013, that was presented to each of the UW system libraries.  The dedication in each book reads “This is one of a set of Irish literature books given to UW institutions to honor UW System’s sixth president, Kevin P. Reilly, champion of more graduates, proud Irish American, published scholar in Irish Studies, and devoted connoisseur of poetry – fondly known for reading a poem at virtually every Board of Regent’s meeting.” Chancellor Harden’s personal dedication reads “It is an honor to have this volume in our library to recognize President Reilly’s steadfast commitment to public higher education.”

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Seen in the photo (left to right): Joan Robb, Coordinator of Collection Management, and Paula Ganyard, Library Director, accepting the book donation from Chancellor Tom Harden.

 

New Books for February, 2014

Need something new to read?

Check out our list of new books for February, 2014. To search for the call number and location, type the book title into the Search@UW box on the library homepage.

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Prismatic ecology : ecotheory beyond green / Jeffrey Jerome Cohen, editor ; foreword by Lawrence Buell.
Navigating the social world : what infants, children, and other species can teach us / edited by Mahzarin R. Banaji, Susan A. Gelman.
God’s forever family : the Jesus People movement in America / Larry Eskridge.
Northern Ireland : the reluctant peace / Feargal Cochrane.
Crisis in the Horn of Africa : politics, piracy and the threat of terror / Peter Woodward.
Rendezvous with destiny : how Franklin D. Roosevelt and five extraordinary men took America into the War and into the world / Michael Fullilove.
Course of Andean history / Peter V. N. Henderson.
Small-town America : finding community, shaping the future / Robert Wuthnow.
Detroit City is the place to be : the afterlife of an American metropolis / Mark Binelli.
America’s right : anti-establishment conservatism from Goldwater to the Tea Party / Robert B. Horwitz.
Ellis Island nation : immigration policy and American identity in the twentieth century / Robert L. Fleegler.
China under the new leadership / Hsin-Chi Kuan.
In the kingdom of the sick : a social history of chronic illness in America / Laurie Edwards.
Sexually transmitted diseases : a practical guide for primary care / Neil S. skolnik, Amy Lynn Clouse, Jo Ann Woodward, editors.
Florence Nightingale, feminist / Judith Lissauer Cromwell.
Transitions to alternative vehicles and fuels / Committee on Transitions to Alternative Vehicles and Fuels, Board on Energy and Environmental Systems, Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences, National Research Council of the National Academies.
Wealth and power : China’s long march to the twenty-first century / Orville Schell and John Delury.

Islamophobia in America : the anatomy of intolerance / edited by Carl W. Ernst.

Fissured workplace : why work became so bad for so many and what can be done to improve it / David Weil.
Radical relations : lesbian mothers, gay fathers, and their children in the United States since World War II / Daniel Winunwe Rivers.
Rhetorics of motherhood / Lindal Buchanan ; with a foreword by Amber Kinser.
Novel : an alternative history, 1600 to 1800 / Steven Moore.
Zora Neale Hurston / editor, Sharon L. Jones, Wright State University.
Future is not what it used to be : climate change and energy scarcity / Jörg Friedrichs.
Cultural diversity in health and illness / Rachel E. Spector. 

Free BrowZine Trial Now Until March 3rd 2014

 

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We are offering a Free trial of BrowZine from February 3rd, 2014 until March 3rd, 2014.

Browzine is an app for iPad or Android tablets that allows access to thousands of academic journals.
There are a number of free journals, however, you can also access the e-journals that we have access to when you login with your campus username and password.

To access BrowZine for the first time, please do the following:

  • Download the BrowZine app. Go to the App Store, Google Play, or Kindle/Amazon store and search for BrowZine.
    • NOTE: BrowZine supports the following Android tablets: Google Nexus, Samsung Galaxy and Kindle Fire HD.
  • Install the BrowZine app. Make sure you have the most up-to-date version.
  • Open BrowZine and Go to “Choose Library”. Search for University of Wisconsin-Green Bay and tap to choose.
  • Enter your Proxy ID and Password. Your credentials will only be stored on your personal device.
  • Go to “Subjects” and select subject area. Start browsing!

February is Black History Month

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Looking to learn more information on Black History Month? Check out the LibGuide here. This guide can help you find events on campus as well as African-American history.