New Documentaries from Docuseek

July 24th, 2020 by Debbie Benrubi No comments »
This week we added to the library catalog several notable titles from Docuseek, a robust collection of streaming video documentaries from top distributors like Bullfrog Films, First Run Features, and dGenerate Films. All of them are available to USF students, faculty and staff. Some of the latest additions are: ’63 Boycott– Connects the massive 1963 …

New resources from O’Reilly for Higher Learning July 21, 2020

July 22nd, 2020 by Justine Withers No comments »
Inspiration for optimism, creation, and relaxation are highlights from the over 1,400 new titles added to the O’Reilly for Higher Education collection this month. All O’Reilly titles have unlimited access for the USF community. For technical assistance in reading eBooks, read our guide Using Ebooks.

Data Breach at The Chronicle of Higher Education

July 22nd, 2020 by Anders Lyon No comments »
Gleeson Library has recently been informed about a data breach at The Chronicle of Higher Education (chronicle.com) where user login information, including passwords, was compromised.  This is a popular resource used by members of the USF community. If you have an account at The Chronicle of Higher Education, you should have received an email from …

The Crawford Project

June 18th, 2020 by Claire Sharifi No comments »
In 1984, University of San Francisco School of Nursing and Health Professions was the recipient of an educational gift honoring the memory of Geraldine Crawford, who was cared for by USF nursing students and graduates. The first Geraldine Crawford Distinguished Nursing Lectureship was presented in 1985 and was open to all students, graduates, and nurses …

Refugees: Ethics and Justice Library Display

June 2nd, 2020 by Carol Spector No comments »
We are excited to announce another Gleeson Library virtual Student Social Justice Exhibit! You can explore the exhibit from your own home. The objects in this display were created by students in Refugees: Justice and Ethics (taught by Prof. Noa Bar-Gabai, Spring 2020). Many, many thanks to these students for sharing their work with the …