Monthly Archives: February 2010

Digital Commons presentation

Cal State San Bernardino Faculty and Administrators: Have you heard about institutional repositories and want to know what they are? Are you curious about how research and creative activities are being made available on the WEB? Would you like information

Posted in Lectures & Presentations

Lecture: Children’s Television

You are cordially invited to a lecture: “From Captain Video to iCarly: The Shifting Paradigms of Children’s Television and the Scholars Who Study It” Saturday, Feb. 27, 2010 Noon-1:30 p.m. PL-4005 Presenter: Heather Hendershot Dr. Hendershot is a professor of

Posted in Lectures & Presentations

A New Year, a New You!

Remember that New Year’s resolution you made to start exercising? The John M. Pfau Library has partnered with Recreational Sports to create a display across from the new elevators titled “A New Year…A New You.” Come and pick up handouts

Posted in Exhibits & Displays

Research: Medical Marijuana

The Center for Medicinal Cannabis Research at the University of California San Diego recently released a report of their studies on the effectiveness of marijuana as a treatment for various medical conditions. Read the CMCR Report to the Legislature &

Posted in Research in the News

Cardiac Care Month

John M. Pfau Library and the Student Health Center have provided an informational table in support of Cardiac Care Month. The table is located on the 1st floor, south entrance. Come and pick up healthy recipes, handouts, and a red

Posted in Exhibits & Displays

Making the most of free searches

Open-access databases like Google Scholar and PubMed (a.k.a. MEDLINE) can be fantastic research tools. But while the searches may be free, the content of the articles often isn’t. When you’re using Google Scholar or PubMed away from campus, you may

Posted in Databases, Did You Know?, Search Tips

San Bernardino Bicentennial celebrations

In celebration of the San Bernardino bicentennial, Pfau Library currently has a number of history displays on the first floor, including a colorful selection of orange crate labels. Come and enjoy, perhaps share the history of the Cajon Pass, San

Posted in S.B. Bicentennial
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