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My Librarian’s Favorite Resource(s): Performing Arts

April 15, 2021 by | Resources

So far in our “My Librarian’s Favorite Resource(s)” blog series, we’ve shared resources for students studying History, Psychology, Engineering and Sciences, Education and Political Science, and Philosophy. This week we’re talking to Taylor Greene, Chair of Instructional Services and Performing Arts librarian, about his favorite resources for students in each of the Performing Arts subjects.

My Librarian’s Favorite Resource(s): Philosophy

April 9, 2021 by | Resources

For this week’s “My Librarian’s Favorite Resource(s)” post, we’re going to get super philosophical…about resources for Philosophy students and researchers, that is! This week, Brett Fisher, Chair of the Library Systems & Technology Division, is sharing with us his favorite resources that he uses in his role as Philosophy Subject Liaison Librarian. Brett writes, “I

My Librarian’s Favorite Resource(s): Education and Political Science

April 1, 2021 by | Resources

Welcome back from Spring Break, Panthers! As you prepare to tackle the second half of the semester with vigor and research, be sure you’re following our “My Librarian’s Favorite Resource(s)” blog series to get hot tips on the best resources to use for each discipline. This week we’re chatting with Assessment Librarian Lauren Dubell about

My Librarian’s Favorite Resource(s): Engineering and Sciences

March 19, 2021 by | Resources

This week is our third installment of the “My Librarian’s Favorite Resource(s)” blog series. This week, we’re talking to Engineering, Sciences, and Digital Humanities librarian Doug Dechow, Ph.D. about the resources that he uses the most, and how he became the Sciences librarian at the Leatherby Libraries. Doug writes, “I am privileged to be the

New E-Books Available for March

March 15, 2021 by | News

The Leatherby Libraries continues to purchase e-books to support Chapmanā€™s ongoing commitment to enriching diversity and inclusion to cultivate a welcoming campus climate for all members of the Chapman community. One of our new titles, Prejudice, Stigma, Privilege, and Oppression, includes a chapter by Dr. Richard Redding, who is the Ronald D. Rotunda Distinguished Professor

My Librarian’s Favorite Resource(s): Psychology

February 18, 2021 by | Resources

Our journey through the “My Librarian’s Favorite Resource(s)” blog series continues this week with David Carson, who serves as our Brandman University Distance Education Librarian and subject liaison librarian for Psychology. In addition to his librarian duties, David is a member of the LGBTQIA+ Staff & Faculty Forum at Chapman University. David wrote to us

A Parent’s Guide to the Leatherby Libraries How to help your student make the most of one of the best resources at Chapman University!

February 15, 2021 by | Resources

Parent Spring Summit 2021 will be held virtually, giving all of the colleges and departments at Chapman University the chance to show parents all of the remarkable remote resources that are available for their students. Here at the Leatherby Libraries, we’re especially excited to offer Chapman University parents some special insight into how they can

My Librarian’s Favorite Resource(s): History

February 11, 2021 by | Resources

In the first episode of our new blog series, “My Librarian’s Favorite Resource(s),” we’re chatting with Rand Boyd, who in addition to being the Special Collections Librarian, also serves as the subject liaison librarian for History and Holocaust Studies. Rand shares with us his favorite resources for helping students studying History: “I have had the

New E-Books Available for Februrary

February 8, 2021 by | News

Welcome to the spring semester! One of the new e-books available at the Leatherby Libraries includes the title Introduction to Positive Media Psychology. Chapman University Communication Studies professor Dr. Sophie Janicke-Bowles is co-author of this book, which “summarizes and synthesizes the key concepts, theories, and empirical findings on the positive emotional, cognitive, and behavioral effects

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