Interested in how newspapers around the world treated the Presidential election result? Over 700 front pages for November 5 (or other day of your choice) are on display at the Newseum website.
For anyone on campus, the newspaper display outside the Moffitt Library offers an international selection of front pages, refreshed daily.
The Public Health Library CDPH monthly e-newsletter is now a blog. If you were already subscribed to receive the e-newsletter via e-mail, you will still receive it. However, the links in the e-mail will now guide you to postings that are in the blog.
New announcements and postings will be put up on the blog periodially throughout each month, so for those of you who wish to view the new entries as they are added without waiting to receive all of them at once in the regular e-newsletter, there are several options for you to sign up!
Just go to the blog at:
and scroll down until you see “Subscribe” on the right-hand side menu. If you are interested in signing up for these RSS or Feed options and need help, please contact us. Enjoy!
- Need to find literature on food and nutrition and their relationship to health?
- Want to know the nutritive value of different kinds of foods, from broccoli to Big Macs?
- Need to know the latest on E. coli?
- Interested in how many fruits and vegetables Californians eat daily?
- Want to know about quality sources of food/nutrition information for consumers?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then please come to the Sheldon Margen Public Health Library’s Food and Nutrition Resources class!
Topics covered will include:
- Using bibliographic databases such as Agricola to find journal articles on food and nutrition topics.
- Resources for finding the nutritive value of foods.
- Finding statistics on food consumption.
- Information on food safety and pesticides.
- Information for consumers or for developing consumer material.
Class: Food and Nutrition Resources
When: Tuesday, November 25, 2008, 10 – 11 AM
Where: CDPH Richmond Campus, Building C, Room 136
Audience: This class is intended for CDPH staff who are interested in learning about quality Internet resources on food/nutrition topics.
If you wish to attend, please RSVP by Friday, November 21st to Judy Bolstad at firstname.lastname@example.org, or (510) 642-2510. If you RSVP with your job title, it may help us tailor the class to your needs. These one-hour training sessions are free to CDPH employees. Please obtain your supervisors approval to attend.
Monthly training sessions on library and public health topics, for all interested Sacramento CDPH employees, will resume in December. An announcement will come out in the next Public Health Library CDPH Newsletter in early December with more information.
The following UC Berkeley Library web services will be unavailable from 10:00 p.m. to midnight on Saturday, November 8:
» Library websites
» Library hours & locations
» Search the Library Web
» Historic topographic maps and other digital collections
» Library blogs and wikis
Melvyl and the Next Generation Melvyl Pilot will still be available, as will our electronic journals and databases.