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Welcome to JoVE Science Education in Chemistry, the revolutionary video database dedicated to teaching laboratory fundamentals through simple easy to understand video demonstrations. It includes 45 video tutorials that demonstrate basic laboratory experiments and concepts in General, Organic and Analytical Chemistry.

Academics and students can: Watch and re-watch videos before and after class; Teach and learn the setup of experiments and equipment; Be fully prepared with a clear understanding of the experiment and concept; Save time on repeat demonstrations; Increase classroom efficiency and Improve learning outcomes.

The trial is active between 4th of May and 28th of May 2016 and can be accessed here.

Please provide your feedback by using the survey form.

If you experience any problems filling in/submitting the survey form or accessing JOVE Science Education in Chemistry, fill in the Electronic Resources Access Problems form and we will investigate and get back to you as soon as possible.

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Congratulations to Felica, Stacey and Alexia!
Find out more about our winners and their fields of study here

Weir prize winners

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Hugh Martin Weir Prize was established in 2011, by Glen and Robina Weir (pictured above with our 2016 winners), to honour the memory of Lieutenant Hugh Martin Weir (1915-2004) and his fellow prisoners of war. Hugh Martin Weir was a prisoner of war of the Japanese in Java 1942 – 1945.

The purpose of the Prize, of up to $1,000, is to encourage study and research, including use of the Barr Smith Library collections, into any aspect of Australia’s involvement in war, or the treatment of prisoners of war in any conflict, including the impact on those persons involved, their families, and/or their communities. In 2016 three very deserving students each received an award.

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Explore how social media works and how it can be used to grow your profile in an academic context. Learn about altmetrics and their role in measuring your impact. This workshop aims to help participants to understand, maximise and measure their research impact on social media. Bring a laptop or device for hands-on activities. This workshop is aimed at honours students, postgraduate students, and University staff.

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When: May 9th, 2016 10-11am.

Where: Ira Raymond Room,
Barr Smith Library

Book now: adelaide.edu.au/carst/hdr-workshops/

 

 

Part of the University Libraries Researcher Training Series

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Booklovers from as far afield as Hallett Cove and Nairne near Mount Barker, gathered at the Barr Smith library this week to hear – and meet – celebrated South Australian author Stephen Orr.
Orr, who has been described by journalist and theatre critic Peter Goers as South Australia’s finest novelist, entertained more than 60 people in […]

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The Berliner Philharmoniker has created a Digital Concert Hall, where they broadcast their live performances. This Concert Hall includes performances from great conductors and soloists, adds more than 40 live broadcasts each season, contains a large archive of past concerts covering five decades, free interviews and concert introductions, plus documentaries and artist portraits.
When accessing this […]

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Music Online: Classical Scores Library is a series of four volumes with a mission to provide a reliable and authoritative source for scores of the classical canon, as well as a resource for the discovery of lesser-known contemporary works. The collections encompass all major classical musical genres and time periods from the Middle Ages to […]

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Amirsys Imaging Reference Center features over 4,000 classic, clinical diagnoses, and nearly 72,000 high-quality, proprietary images such as MRI, CT scans, ultrasounds, x-rays and medical illustrations.The database can be searched or browsed, topics and images can be printed, and images can be downloaded to PowerPoint for easy educational and presentation use.
The trial is active between […]

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All University of Adelaide Libraries will be closed on the Anzac Day public holiday: Monday April 25, 2016.
Of course that doesn’t mean you won’t be able to use the library on that day! Access to all of our electronic resources will still be available through the Library home page.

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Wheeler’s ePlatform is a secure eBook lending library for schools, public libraries and other educational institutions. Through ePlatform users are able to browse for, borrow and read eBooks anywhere, anytime, on multiple devices.
This trial provides access to the following CCH ebook titles:

Australian Master Tax Guide 2016 – 58th  Edition
Australian Corporations & Securities Legislation 2016 – […]

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Visible Body® on Ovid® is an Interactive, Online and App-Based suite of online programs that cover anatomy, physiology, muscles, the skeleton and the circulatory system through interactive 3D models, animations, quizzes and more. Visible Body’s 3D anatomical models of the human body are the foundation of their content. Their award-winning and best-selling apps cover gross […]

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