Started by two Ivy League grads, Academic Earth features video courses by professors from the nation's top universities on a variety of topics in science, as well as in the humanities and social sciences. Topics in the sciences include Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Engineering, Math, and Physics. Though the courses are undergraduate level, they may be interesting to watch, for instance, if they cover a subfield in which one may be interested, but never pursued in depth. Courses in other disciplines which may also be of interest for Boulder Labs researchers include "Science, Magic, and Religion" from Courtenay Raia of the UCLA Dept. of History, "Game Theory" by Benjamin Polak of the Yale Political Science Dept., and "Darwin's Legacy" from William Durham of the Stanford Dept. of History. All lectures require Adobe Flash Player, and you may rate the lectures on a scale of A through F. Relive your college days at Academic Earth!
The websites for NIST and the NIST Virtual Library are featured on page 3 of the September 2009 edition of The CyberSkeptic's Guide to Internet Research, a deci-annual newletter covering useful websites for research in the fields of government, science, business, law, and others. TCSGIR is available in print at the Boulder Labs Main Library for the past year only, and each issue (monthly except for June/July and November/December) features website summaries, reviews and analysis. Congratulations, NIST!
Boulder Labs Library is pleased to announce that Access Engineering has been added to both our E-books and and Engineering Subject Guide pages. Access Engineering offers full-text access to over 266 monographs in these engineering subfields:
In addition, this site offers many attractive customization options, including bookmarking, highlighting, annotation, and content sharing. The interface itself features browsing by either subfield or alphabetical title, and an advanced search option. Explore Access Engineering, available through the Boulder Labs Library site, for the latest in full-text engineering content.
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