Archive for July, 2015
Effective July 1, 2015:
• Idaho Code §§ 9-335 through 9-352: Idaho Code relating to Public Records Act are replaced by Idaho Code §§ 74-101 through 74-126
• Idaho Code §§ 67-2340 through 67-2347: Idaho Code relating to Open Meeting Law are replaced by Idaho Code §§ 74-201 through 74-208
• Chapter 7, title 59, Idaho Code, relating to ethics in government, is replaced by Idaho Code §§ 74-401 through 74-406
• Chapter 2, title 59, Idaho Code, relating to prohibitions against contracts with officers, is replaced by Idaho Code §§ 74-501 through 74-511
Chapter 13, title 18, Idaho Code, relating to Bribery and Corruption, has not been renumbered.
If you have questions or concerns about this renumbering, please do not hesitate to contact your area field consultant:
• Eastern Idaho: Patrick Bodily
• Northern Idaho: Jan Wall
• Southwestern and South Central Idaho: Kevin Tomlinson
June 30, 2015 blog post from the Idaho Commission for Libraries.
A headcap is the fold of binding material found at the top of the spine. While it may look strong, it is one of the most vulnerable parts of the book. During the bookbinding process, headcaps are created by turning the binding material onto itself.
Learn more from The Metropolitan Museum of Art blog In Circulation / The Fragility of Headcaps and the Safe Handling of Books posted Wednesday May 27, 2015.
From: Writing on the Stall / v.6, no.7, July 2015
Introducing our newest research tool collections covering more humanities, engineering and health sciences fields. We are pleased to add important American Geological Society publication databases as well. They are funded by the Eli M. Oboler Library, available to more than one user at a time and available both on and off campus.
- Classical Music Scores II & III
- CRCNetBase Engineering eBooks
- Dance in Video II
- Ethnographic Video III
- GSA Field Guides
- GSA Memoirs
- GSA Reviews in Engineering Geology
- GSA Special Papers
- JSTOR Arts & Sciences X, XIII & XIV
- Nursing Education in Video
- Nursing Assessment in Video
Go to the Library homepage and explore these resources! Click on >>Library Quick Links, and go to >>Databases – Alphabetic.
“American Doctoral Dissertations, 1933-1955 is a free database providing access to the only comprehensive record of dissertations accepted by American universities during that time period, the print index Doctoral Dissertations Accepted by American Universities. Containing nearly 100,000 citations, American Doctoral Dissertations, 1933-1955, provides full page images of the original print index, and may be searched by author, title, subject and university. The database was created with the generous support of the H. W. Wilson Foundation and the Congregational Library & Archives in Boston.”