News Archives for October 2019

GEAR – Free Workshops For Graduate Students

All graduate students are welcome to attend GEAR [Graduate Essentials for Academic Research] a series of free workshops hosted by UNB Libraries.

Date Time Session Location
Oct. 17 2pm - 3:30pm Zotero Harriet Irving Library, Learning Lab #112
Oct. 29 10am - 11:30am Library Research Tools for STEM Harriet Irving Library, Learning Lab #112
Nov. 5 10am - 11:30am Mendeley Harriet Irving Library, Learning Lab #112
Nov. 21 2pm - 3:30pm Market Research Harriet Irving Library, Learning Lab #112
Nov. 28 6pm - 7:30pm Issues in Scholarly Publishing UNB Grad House, Windsor Street

Zotero: An intro to Zotero, which is a free, easy-to-use citation management tool to help you collect, organize, cite, and share research.
Instructor: Richelle Witherspoon and Aggie Sliwka  [RSVP]

Library Research Tools for STEM: This session will review how to effectively use a variety of databases for patents and standards research. Topics include an overview of the advanced Scopus features and functions, such as journal analytics and metrics,  author profile, research trends, PlumX metrics, alerts, and export citations to Mendeley and other programs.  We will compare Google Scholar and Scopus, and demonstrate how to set up off-campus access to full-text publications in Google Scholar. Please bring your laptop with you if you wish to follow along!
Instructor: Tatiana Zaraiskaya  [RSVP]

Mendeley: Learn how to optimize Mendeley for your research projects. By the end of this session, you will be able to create your first bibliography, network with colleagues and peers, and discover new research in your field! You’re encouraged to bring your own laptop.
Instructor: Tatiana Zaraiskaya [RSVP]

Market Research: Discover UNB Libraries market research databases. Learn how they can help validate a business idea, lead you to competitors, provide information on emerging technologies, and more.
Instructor: Sally Armstrong
[RSVP]

Issues in Scholarly Publishing: Scholarly Publishing is increasingly evolving. Navigating these shifts can be overwhelming. Researchers are being asked to consider open access. Bad faith publishers and vanity presses are preying on folks under pressure to publish. Funding bodies are requiring more public access to publications and research data. And, on top of it all, researchers have more ways to connect with their communities of practice than ever before. There are an overwhelming amount of ways to share your work. This session addresses some of these trends in publishing, intellectual property, and scholarly profiles.
Instructors: Mike Nason [RSVP]

 

 

Nobel Laureate, Dr. Arthur McDonald

The Bryan Priestman Memorial Lecture presents Nobel Laureate, Dr. Arthur McDonald!

October 3

  • 10:00 am - 12:30 pm Meet & Greet - Science & Forestry Library
  • 3:00 pm Science Colloquium - Bailey Auditorium, Room 146
  • Followed by a Reception - Bailey Hall, Room 27

October 4                                                                                               

  • 9:00 am - 11:00 am Meet & Greet - Science & Forestry Library
  • 7:00 pm Public Presentation - MacLaggan Auditorium, Room 105
  • Followed by a Reception  - Quartermain Earth Centre

Appliance Energy Meters

In support of UNB Sustainability Week, UNB Libraries now has energy meters available for check out, thanks to a program with NB Power. With cold weather right around the corner, the meter can tell you how much energy appliances like space heaters or dorm refrigerators use over a period of time.

You can check out a meter for a 3-day loan period from these locations:

  • Harriet Irving Library
  • Science & Forestry Library
  • Engineering & Computer Science

Get your Flu Shot

Get Your Flu Shot!

Friday, November 8th
10am - 2pm
Room 109, Harriet Irving Library
Open to everyone!


COST: $15 for students |  $25 for all others
PAYMENT: Cash or Cheque (some publicly funded vaccine available)

* Reminder, there is a mandatory 20 minute wait AFTER your injection.


Influenza Virus or “the flu” is a common upper respiratory infection. It often starts with a headache, body aches, chills and a cough or sore throat. You may also develop a fever, loss of appetite, fatigue, runny nose, and sneezing. Nausea, vomiting and diarrhea may occur.

The flu can lead to missed time from work or school. It is very contagious, but also very preventable! GETTING A FLU SHOT EVERY YEAR IS ONE OF THE MOST EFFECTIVE WAYS TO PREVENT CATCHING THE FLU AND SPREADING IT TO OTHERS.

Flu Clinics