Panel Discussion in the Library — Women in Science: Conversations to Spark Success

In celebration of this year’s UC Common Read, the Clermont College Library and the Academic Support Committee proudly present a panel discussion entitled Women in Science: Conversations to Spark Success. The panel discussion will take place in the library on Thursday, October 18 from 12:30-1:30.

Moderated by Dr. Margaret Hanson, Associate Dean for Natural Sciences at UC’s College of Arts and Sciences,  the panel will engage science and math faculty in conversation about their professional pathways. Panelists include Dr. Krista Clark, Professor of Biology, Carolyn Goodman, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, and Dr. Jill Shirokawa, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Chemistry.

For more information about the UC Common Read, Radioactive: Marie and Pierre Curie, A Tale of Love and Fallout by Lauren Redniss, please view this UC Libraries guide:


Katie Foran-Mulcahy
Library Director

ASTM Compass Now Available

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UC Libraries now has a subscription to ASTM Compass, which includes all ASTM standards, journals and STPs (Special Technical Publications).  Access to standards includes both current and historical versions.

ASTM standards and publications cover many topics: consumer products, science, design, architecture, engineering, 3D printing, medical devices, etc.  Go to to see an entire list of standards by category.

To access go to .  If you are off-campus, log in to the UC VPN:

Some help using the COMPASS platform:

Mendeley Guide & Workshops

Mendeley graphicsIn the Fall, the Chem-Bio Library held two Mendeley workshop in the Chem-Bio Library’s Collaborative Zone (503 Rieveschl Hall) , making use of the library’s new wireless displays. The workshop covered: Mendeley installation, inputting & organizing citations, generating citations & bibliographies, installing citation styles, and creating groups and sharing references.

Check out the library’s Mendeley guide to get more information on Mendeley and the workshop’s materials:


Future Workshop Topics for Graduate Students 

What are some workshops topics that you would like the Chem-Bio Library to consider developing for the future? These could include information tools, resources/software offered in the library, data management, electronic notebooks, and possibly other information & technology topics.

Let us know at the below survey!

CRCnetBASE: a Science, Technology, and Medicine eBook Platform

CRCnetBASE provides a comprehensive e-book collection in over 350 subject areas and more than 40 collections.  Browse or search across the collection for your science, technology, or medical topic.  Check out the collections below.

CRCnetBASE Biomedical Science Collection

CRCnetBASE Environmental Engineering Collection

CRCnetBASE Environmental Science Collection

CRCnetBASE Ergonomics & Human Factors Collection

CRCnetBASE Life Science Collection

CRCnetBASE Medicine Collection

CRCnetBASE Nutrition Collection

CRCnetBASE Occupational Health & Safety

CRCnetBASE Pharmaceutical Science & Regulation Collection

CRCnetBASE Statistics Collection

Find CRCnetBASE collections via the online catalog or via the HSL eBook page.

American Institute of Physics (AIP) e-journals active

E-journals hosted on the American Institute of Physics’ Scitation platform, including titles from AIP and other professional societies related to physics, are once again active.

See the full list of subscribed titles and years of coverage.  Access these titles at

With this new local subscription, UC researchers can now access the full package of AIP journals and conference proceedings, including new-to-UC titles such as Biomicrofluidics.  UC users also have access to selected journal titles from other societies, such as Medical Physics and journals of the Acoustical Society of America and AAPT.

Contact Ted Baldwin with questions: or 513-556-4211.

GeoScienceWorld e-books now available

gsw UC users now have access to the 2006-2014  collection of e-books (over 1,000 titles!) from GeoScienceWorld!  This collection consists of high-quality books published by the leading societies in the earth sciences, and covering a broad range of topics and research.
(Note: UC VPN/proxy login required to view off-campus)

For e-books dating before 2006, please refer to our subscriptions to the AAPG Digital Library and the Geological Society of London Special Publications (also part of GeoScienceWorld).