Here’s just a sample of some of the new books just added to our collection. They’ll be on our New Book Shelf till Monday September 28.
Creating effective conference abstracts and posters in biomedicine: 500 tips for success
Jane Fraser; Louise Fuller, Ph. D.; Georgina Hutber
Oxford ; New York: Radcliffe Pub., 2009.
Call number: R119 .F733 2009
Making sense of global health governance: a policy perspective
Kent Buse; Wolfgang Hein; Nick Drager
Basingstoke ; New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009
Call number: RA441 .M35 2009
Statistical methods in environmental epidemiology
Duncan C Thomas
Oxford ; New York: Oxford University Press, 2009
Call number: RA566 .T52 2009
Social inequality and public health
Salvatore J Babones
Bristol ; Portland, OR: Policy Press, 2009
Call number: RA418 .S63 2009
UC Berkeley undergraduates doing library research in the humanities and social sciences can now sign up online for our popular Research Advisory Service. This provides a half-hour consultation with a librarian for individualized help with your project.
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Due to technical problems, the button for the Baker document delivery service is currently unavailable in OskiCat.
Baker account holders can still place requests through the Next Generation Melvyl Pilot system or in several other ways.
The Music Library has just completed a multi-year project to catalog two major collections of rare Italian opera libretti: the Taddei Collection consisting of 4,403 libretti dating from 1600 to 1953, and the Sicilian Libretto Collection containing about 930 libretti dating from 1650 to 1900.
These two collections constitute one of the largest and most important collections of historical opera libretti in the U.S. To browse the collections in OskiCat, type the title search "Taddei libretto collection" or "Sicilian libretto collection."