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  • Science and Engineering Resources: Mathematics and Computer Science Joseph Kraus Penrose Library Associate Professor Science and Engineering Reference Librarian May 4, 2010
  • Good News and Bad News Speakers for May 18th. Gabby Wiersma and Jack Maness from CU Boulder.
  • Concerns with Assignment Three Hand back the assignment. This was an eas(ier) assignment. A couple of people got extra credit for finding the preprint/postprint article concerning child friendly cities. The author put it up on a cudenver.edu server. Nobody noticed that one could get “When the weather is uggianaqtuq” through Prospector. http://prospector.coalliance.org/record=b19126253
  • The assigned readings What did you think of: Fowler Book Chapter (PDF in Bb, print in Ref.) Tucker Book Chapter (PDF in Bb, print in Ref.) Accessibility and Use of Information Sources Among Computer Scientists and Software Engineers in Israel Scholarly publishing in the Internet age: a citation analysis of computer science literature
  • Readings for next week are None! There will be some readings to do before the May 18th class. Please keep on contributing to the blog…
  • The assignment due May 11 Hand out the assignment for engineering and technology resources.
  • Presentations next week Rachel Bates Wilfahrt: arXiv.org and why scientists use this service Natalie Mitchell: Resources for the Health Sciences Joanna Nelson: science.gov Alison Fudge: GIS
  • Demo Math and CS Resources http://www.ams.org/mathscinet/ http://www.ams.org/mathscinet/msc/msc2010.html