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-- Wednesday, March 26, 2014 --
A. Film Series: The Human Dimensions of Climate Change
B. Tax Forms
A. Faculty Senate Passes Motion on Library's JSTOR Content
A. FILM SERIES: THE HUMAN DIMENSIONS OF CLIMATE CHANGE
Please join us in the CETA Room of Fogler Library on Tuesday, April 1st, at 6 p.m., for a screening of "There Once Was an Island: Te Henua e Nnoho." This will be the third and final film in the 3-part series, "The Human Dimensions of Climate Change." "There Once Was an Island: Te Henua e Nnoho" provides a window into the lives of three members of the Polynesian community of Takuu who are facing a devastating environmental crisis. Through the lens of both community members and researchers, this film examines the impact of climate change on communities with little access to resources or support. Discussion following the film will be facilitated by Dr. Jim Roscoe, Professor of Anthropology.
B. TAX FORMS
Federal and Maine income tax forms and instructions are available from the Fogler Library home page <http://www.library.umaine.edu/>. Use the links located in the lower center section.
A. FACULTY SENATE PASSES MOTION ON LIBRARY'S JSTOR CONTENT
On February 26, the University of Maine Faculty Senate passed a motion from the Faculty Senate Library Advisory Committee that allows the library to discard its print copies of journals that JSTOR has digitized and archived. Fogler Library has purchased the online JSTOR journals, which are available through links in URSUS <http://ursus.maine.edu/>, Ejournals@UMaine <http://library.umaine.edu/ejournals/>, and Indexes and Databases <http://www.library.umaine.edu/indexesdb/Indexes.asp>. Library staff will be working on this project during the next year. Please contact Deb Rollins, Head of Collection Services, at <email@example.com> or 581-1659, for more information.
What is Green Open Access? Green Open Access refers to an author’s retention of copyright permission to post his or her published work in a free--or gratis--open access repository such as DigitalCommons@UMaine <http://digitalcommons.library.umaine.edu/>, the university’s institutional digital repository. Learn how easy it is to upload your work to DigitalCommons@UMaine by contacting Kim Sawtelle at <firstname.lastname@example.org> or your library subject specialist <http://library.umaine.edu/colldev/contacts.htm>. .
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