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Psychology e-Resources Training

Are you taking an undergraduate Psychology course and would like to learn more about the online Psychology resources available to you through UNB Libraries?   Are you confused by how to narrow your search to quickly find the books, journals and videos you need for your assignments?  If so, this session is for you!   This introductory session will focus on the Psychology Subject Guide, Worldcat and how to use PsycINFO and other Psychology resources effectively.

Librarian: Linda Roulston
Date: Tuesday, February 3, 2015
Time:  1:00pm -2:00pm
Location: Milham Room, Harriet Irving Library
Audience: Intended for undergraduate students.
The session is free. To register, please go to:


Librarian: Linda Roulston
Date: Wednesday, February 4, 2015
Time: 10:30am – 11:30am
Location: Milham Room, Harriet Irving Library
Audience: Intended for undergraduate students.
The session is free. To register, please go to:


Psychology e-Resources

Fun with GIS Software Workshop

Fun with GIS Software: Mapping Your Research

Date: 31 January 2015, 10am – 4pm

Location: Harriet Irving Library, Rm. 112 (Learning Lab)

Instructor: Siobhan Hanratty (


Have you ever wanted to map your data, but weren’t sure where to start? If so this workshop is for you. UNB Libraries Data/GIS Librarian, Siobhan Hanratty, will introduce you to some basic concepts which will help you on your way. During this workshop you will explore sources of geospatial data and decide which is best suited to your needs; download and clip/extract/select your geography; join your own numeric data to the geospatial data; and visualize your newly joined datasets according to your needs.

During this workshop you will be provided with data; however, time and circumstances permitting, you may have an opportunity to work with your own data, so feel free to bring it along.

Space is limited, and regsitration is required. The workshop is free of charge to students, faculty and staff of UNB, and is intended for the absolute beginner. No experience with GIS software necessary!

To register, please contact

Copyright for the Classroom

Thursday, January 22, 2015
10:00 am – 11:00 am
Milham Room (Room #100)
Harriet Irving Library
UNB Fredericton Campus

This session includes a brief overview of the UNB Copyright Guidelines and provides an opportunity for Staff and Faculty to ask specific or general questions about distributing content to students in the classroom or online.

Copyright sessions with an emphasis on the needs of course instructors continue to be offered periodically. Additional sessions will be added in response to demand. Please let us know if you or your department or faculty has an interest in having an additional session scheduled.

For further information about copyright issues or sessions, please see Copyright at UNB or contact Josh Dickison (447-3378).

Archives Display in the H.R. Stewart Exhibition Room

Archives & Special Collections at the Harriet Irving Library, University of New Brunswick is pleased to announce the arrival of “Art of the Book 2013”, a juried travelling exhibition of the book arts celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Canadian Bookbinders and Book Artists Guild (CBBAG). The Harriet Irving Library is the only venue east of Toronto hosting the exhibit.

This exhibit, comprised of 65 works by Canadian and American book artists, includes a variety of work reflecting the distinct but overlapping elements of the book arts: livre d’artiste (artists’ books); fine binding; fine printing; box-making; paper decorating; papermaking; and calligraphy. The prize winning title “Doomsday Sanctuarium” by UNB Alumna Barbara Clark Helander (B.Ed. 1980) is included in the display.

“Art of the Book 2013” can be viewed Monday – Friday from 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. in the H.R. Stewart Exhibition Room, 5th floor, Harriet Irving Library (UNB Fredericton) and will continue until 29 May 2015.

For more information contact Patti Auld Johnson, Archives & Special Collections, at 458-7524 or

Further information on CBBAG can found at:




Write-N-Cite Sessions!

Write-N-Cite is a tool that gives you access to the contents of your RefWorks account during the writing process.

Using Write-N-Cite, you can easily insert formatted references into your Microsoft Word document as you write, and then generate a bibliography in almost any citation style.

Join us for a 30-minute session to learn more!

  • Wednesday, November 5th (3pm) OR
  • Thursday, November 20th (10am)

Sessions will take place in the HIL Learning Lab (Room 112).


For help with using UNB Libraries’ resources, consult our online Research Help pages or contact the help desk of any library at UNB.

You can also Ask Us for help by email, by Instant Message, or by Text.