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This audio tour introduces you to the services, spaces, and collections at the Harriet Irving Library. The audio tour includes floor plans and a transcript.
We encourage you to explore the HIL while listening to the tour on your mobile device with headphones.
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Several areas of UNB Libraries are undergoing changes this Summer. We apologize for any inconvenience, and thank you for your patience as we work to transform our space.
HARRIET IRVING LIBRARY
The 3rd floor of the HIL will be closed due to construction, starting in May 2019. Collections previously housed on this floor have been relocated:
UNB Archives & Special Collections is closed for re-organization and construction as it increases its storage capacity, allowing for the growth of historical research collections. All reference services are suspended from 1 May to 31 August, 2019. This includes use of the Archives reading room, access to archival holdings, and digital reproduction requests. Contact: email@example.com, or call 506-453-4748.
SCIENCE & FORESTRY LIBRARY
The Science & Forestry Library in the IUC Complex will operate under limited access to library users this summer between Sunday, April 28th – Monday, September 2rd. Books and other items may be requested for pick-up, but the Library will not be open for general use (i.e. study space, use of computer terminals, etc.) during Summer 2019. We are taking actions to ensure continuity of service to the Science & Forestry Library community.
Access to the Collection:
- Books, journals and other materials can be requested for pick-up during this period. Requested items, including document delivery, may be picked up at the Harriet Irving Library: Use the “request item” button within the UNB WorldCat catalogue, Email CIRCHI@unb.ca, or call 506-453-4756.
- Should you wish to browse materials, please request access to the library by email or phone (see above for contact information) and you will be able to access the shelves and retrieve your items.
- For students, staff or faculty who require reference assistance, please use our Ask Us service. Library staff are available by instant message, text, email, phone or in person.
- The library will not be available for use during this period, but space is available at the Engineering & Computer Science Library and the Harriet Irving Library (including an air-conditioned first floor).
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Learn how to write a systematic review from beginning to end.
Graduate students & Faculty you’re invited to this free 8-session workshop series. It will teach you everything you need to know to write a high-quality, publishable systematic review by the end of the summer.
Sessions will be from 9:00 AM – Noon (1/2 instruction, and 1/2 hands-on application).
May 15: Getting started with your systematic review
May 22: Developing a search strategy (Part 1)
May 29: Developing a search strategy (Part 2)
June 5: Unstructured*
June 12: Article screening and grey literature
June 26: Unstructured*
July 17: Critical appraisals and their tools
July 31: Data extraction and synthesis
*Unstructured sessions will allow for additional in-person guidance and/or time to expand on any topics of interest.
If there is a session that you are unable to attend, we will record our lectures and make them available on D2L. Classes will not be live-streamed.
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(Course offer is based on a minimum number of registrants.)
Please join UNB Libraries for the launch of the Early Modern Maritime Recipes project on Thursday, April 11, at 3:30 in the Milham Room (Room #100) of the Harriet Irving Library.
Led by Dr. Edith Snook (UNB) and Dr. Lyn Bennett (Dalhousie), and developed in partnership with UNB Libraries, Early Modern Maritime Recipes is a database that collects recipes circulating before 1800 in print and manuscript in the area now defined as Canada’s Maritime provinces. Dr. Snook, Dr. Bennett, and James MacKenzie (UNB Libraries) will introduce the EMMR database and its images, transcriptions, and essays. This research was undertaken with funding support from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, UNB Libraries, and Dalhousie Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.
All are welcome and light refreshments will be served