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2002 News Highlights
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Changes to Library Staff

The Library is pleased to announce that Heather McCullough is the library's new Reference and Outreach Librarian. Heather has both an M.A. in Library and Information Studies and an M.S. in Atmospheric Science from the University of Wisconsin -- Madison. Before coming to the Boulder Labs Library, she worked as a Reference and Digital Projects Librarian in the Engineering and Physical Science Library at the University of Wisconsin -- Madison. To learn more about Heather visit her web site.

The Library is also pleased to have Carol Gocke as our new Circulation Technician. Carol has worked as a Reference Librarian for ten years. Prior to her position with the Boulder Labs Library, she worked part-time for Lafayette Public Library. She and her husband moved to Boulder from Ohio three years ago. While in Ohio, Carol did a practicum with the Wright Laboratory Technical Library. She is a Boulder County Extension Master Gardener, has three grown daughters and recently adopted a 6 year old golden retriever from Golden Retriever Rescue of the Rockies.

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Colorado Fire & Drought Information

Added 7/02, Updated 8/06

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Three New Full Text Databases

The Boulder Labs Library now subscribes to Academic Search Premier, Business Source Premier and Business Wire News via EbscoHost. These databases provide access to full text articles and are available via Databases.

Added 8/02

New Boulder Laboratories Library Web Site

We've redesigned and reorganized our web site to better serve your needs.
Let us know what you think about the new site. You may email your comments to Heather.McCullough@noaa.gov.

Added 10/02

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Ask a Question. Get the Answer. It's Fast, Free and Reliable!

Take advantage of our reference services. It's convenient and you can rely on us to find the most authoritative answer.

The Library's Reference Department performs three main functions:

This Month's Topic: Ready Reference

The library reference staff can save you valuable time by locating answers to your simple or involved reference questions. Our staff has the expertise and resources to help you answer questions ranging from simple directory information to complex matters in whatever your field of interest.

Sample questions and topics include finding:

For more information see our Reference Services, or contact one of the reference staff for assistance.

Added 11/02

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Couldn't We All Use Some Improvement?

Learn A New Language - Be A Better Listener - Gain Public Speaking Confidence - Handle Difficult People With Tact - Improve Your Memory - Increase Your Management Skills

Learn something new at work or on your commute. The Library has special audiotape collections on these topics:

These audiotapes can be checked out and listened to wherever it's convenient for you.
Check them out today!

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Reference Services At A Glance

Take advantage of our reference services. It's convenient and you can rely on us to find the most authoritative answer.

The Library's Reference Department performs three main functions:

This Month's Topic: Literature Searches

Are you aware that the library has access to hundreds of bibliographic databases that are not available to you online?

Use our popular Literature Search Request service for:

For more information, see Literature Search Details

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