At the Leatherby Libraries, we have an interview series highlighting the work our amazing librarians accomplish each day. These interviews help inform the community about all the different areas of the library and all the services we have! Ivan Portillo, our Health Sciences Librarian, was kind enough to answer some questions for us. 1. What
Good news to all our Panther researchers! The Leatherby Libraries has added three new databases to the “A-Z List” that cover political science and government material, a resource that is available campus-wide: 1. ProQuest Legislative Insight: “A Federal legislative history service of digital full-text publications created by Congress during the process leading up to the
The Leatherby Libraries was well-represented at this year’s Staff Summit Week! Take a look below at our involvement in the University’s 6th Annual Staff Summit Week: Workshop: Leatherby Libraries “Treasures” Tour Date: Tuesday, June 27 and Thursday, June 29 Dean Charlene Baldwin led a tour through the Leatherby Libraries, highlighting the treasures of the library.
Introducing our latest library resource and courtesy service, USB cable ports and USB cables for checkout! The first floor “power bar” as well as the desks around the library have been freshly installed with USB ports inside our pop-up outlets. Here, you can plug in your device and recharge after a long day of classes
Looking for a fun summer activity here in Orange? Look no further! Visit the Leatherby Libraries at Chapman University! Spend your time on campus exploring our many exhibits and displays. Ranging from our Tiki in Orange County exhibit to our display of Chapman University staff artwork in the Leatherby Libraries’ Hall of Art, there is
On June 15, the Leatherby Libraries hosted its yearly champagne reception to celebrate the Town & Gown Endowment for Arts, Humanities, and Social Science This year’s selection of books from prestigious university presses and well established academic publishers support Chapman University disciplines for student scholarly and creative research, including: Art/Communication Studies/Dance/Film/History/Literature/Peace Studies/Sociology/and Women’s Studies. This
From April 10th through May 21st, the Leatherby Libraries exhibited the graphic design work of Francisco Lugo ’17, in an series titled: A Two Cents’ Worth P.A.L. Located on the 1st floor in the Hallway of Art, the featured student exhibit proved some well needed cheer to students finishing projects, exams and final assignments of the semester.
Planning to do any beach reading this summer? Think you’ll use the downtime to catch up on classic novels – or even graphic novels? Join the Community of Readers (CoR) and earn prizes as you read! The Leatherby Libraries has hosted Community of Readers for ten years now. The program is open to anyone with a Leatherby
Digital Commons links in PubMed Chapman University Digital Commons is now participating in PubMed’s LinkOut service! Through this service, PubMed will link to free, full-text articles in Chapman University Digital Commons, either through an icon in the top right “Full text links” section: or through the expandable “LinkOut – more resources” menu at the bottom
The Leatherby Libraries will be open 24 hours each day during the last two weeks of the semester: Open from Sunday, May 7, 2017 at 8am and will not close until Friday, May 19, 2017 at 10pm. During the late night hours, the following services will be available: circulation services, bookable study rooms, and print/copy