Leatherby Librarians at Home: Essraa Nawar

June 11, 2020 by | Leatherby Librarians at Home

With summer well underway here in Orange County, we’re wrapping up – but only for now! – our “Leatherby Librarians at Home” blog series. Joining us to fill us in on her favorite online resources for data and her current reads, Development Librarian Essraa Nawar helps us bring the series to a great finale. 1.


Changes to the PubMed Interface

June 10, 2020 by | Resources

Guest post by Health Sciences Librarian Ivan Portillo. At the end of May, the National Library of Medicine (NLM) officially replaced the old PubMed interface with a newly re-designed version. PubMed is the popular abstract database that contains more than 30 million citations for biomedical literature from MEDLINE, life science journals, and online books. What


A Chapman-Themed Summer Reading List Books by faculty, alumni, and staff

June 9, 2020 by | News

This summer is already looking very different from the summers of other years. Whether you’re missing a great vacation adventure that’s been cancelled due to the pandemic, or missing participating in the Leatherby Libraries Community of Readers, diving into some summer reading can be a great way to go on an adventure of the mind,


New: Single Sign-On for Interlibrary Loan System

June 8, 2020 by | News

The Leatherby Libraries has updated its Interlibrary Loan program to a single sign-on system. ILL accounts will be tied to current Chapman or Brandman user credentials, and patrons will no longer need a separate login to access ILL. Previous ILL history will be saved, and the only change will be the username and password for


Leatherby Librarians at Home: Taylor Greene

June 4, 2020 by | Leatherby Librarians at Home

Continuing our Leatherby Librarians at Home series, this week we talk to Chair of Instructional Services and Performing Arts librarian Taylor Greene about great resources for checking out world-class performances from home, and tips for keeping your work and rest spaces separate. 1. What has been the most challenging aspect for you of working from


Leatherby Students from Home: Hakeem Wakil

June 1, 2020 by | Leatherby Students from Home

For the last installment of the Leatherby Students from Home blog series for this academic year, Hakeem Wakil talks to us about missing putting together his fantastic book displays, and what he’s reading and working on right now. 1. What has been the most challenging aspect for you of studying from home so far, and


Leatherby Librarians at Home: Ivan Portillo

May 28, 2020 by | Leatherby Librarians at Home

This week in the Leatherby Librarians at Home blog series, we’re finishing out our blog’s visit to the Rinker Health Sciences Study Commons with a conversation with health sciences librarian Ivan Portillo. 1. What has been the most challenging aspect for you of working from home so far, and how did you overcome it? Currently

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