Gender and politics in India / edited by Nivedita Menon
Feminism in India / edited by Maitrayee Chaudhuri
Clinical neuropsychology / edited by MD Kenneth, M. Heilman and Edward Valenstein
Just my type : a book about fonts / by Simon Garfield
Graphic design thinking : beyond brainstorming / by Ellen Lupton, Jennifer Cole Phillips
Failure and the American Writer : a Literary History / by Gavin Jones
A historical guide to James Baldwin / edited by Douglas Field
The flâneur : a stroll through the paradoxes of Paris / by Edmund White
The American protest essay and national belonging : addressing division / by Norman Brian
Boardwalk empire [ season 1 ] / Martin Scorcese (Library – Academic Film Collection)
Brokeback mountain / Lee Ang (Library – Academic Film Collection)
Flanders / Bruno Dumont (Library – Academic Film Collection)
Europe and the financial crisis / edited by Pompeo Della Posta and Leila Simona Talani
UNESCO Institute for Statistics [Electronic Book]
Youth culture and net culture online social practices / by Elza Dunkels, Gun-Marie Franberg and Camilla Hallgren
International encyclopedia of the social sciences / under the direction of William A. Darity
Good news! In a wish to extend its services for Alumni, the Library is now granting borrowing privileges for all AUP Alumni residing in Paris!
All you need to do is request this service at Service Desk – or send us an email – and contact the Alumni Affairs Office to get a barcoded Alumni card.
This new service includes the following:
* Borrowing rights valid for one semester; three books for a period of twenty one days at a time – renewable within a given semester
* Three films for a period of two days (green and blue dot collection) – not renewable
* Access to reserved materials (priority is given to currently enrolled students though)
* No overnight reserve checkouts allowed
* A security deposit of 150 € + proof of address are required per semester and to be handed at Library Service Desk – renewable as long as you stay in beautiful Paris!
* Fines/fees/recalls apply as with current students
So, should you be preparing for Grad School or undertaking any other projects – just looking for a book to enjoy a sunny afternoon in the parc is valid too! – feel free to stop by and request your membership.
Summer students: welcome to your Library!
We would like to cordially invite you to the library and to get acquainted with our collections and services, which will hopefully help you in many ways throughout this summer.
Our wireless space offers you informal group study areas (food & soft drinks allowed) as well as a quiet reading area from where you’ll be able to access all our resources and get the services of an American academic library. Our professional team will be happy to help you with your information and research needs. Discover how 500,000 e-books, 70,000 books and more than 40,000 e-journals, among other resources can make a difference in your academic career.
If you are looking for individual help – research or else – please don’t hesitate to set up an appointment with a Librarian at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 01 40 62 05 61. For further information on our Library you may go to http://library.aup.edu/.
We will be open from 9:30AM to 6:00PM. If in doubt, check out the Opening Hours and our Facebook page for any event! We are looking forward to meeting you all!
The Library Team
Please find below the Opening Hours for July 2014. Please note that Summer Session will end on July 24th, 2014.
Again this year, the Ecar technology survey was a success! We want to warmly thank all the students who dedicated a little bit of their time to answer this survey, helping us and several other institutions. Nowadays, having an accurate knowledge of what students need regarding educational technology support services is crucial, so thank you all.
Please find below the happy winners of this year’s draw. Congratulations to all of you!!
|LIST OF 2014 WINNERS
|2014 ECAR Undergraduate Technology Survey
||AUP Undergrad student name
||40 € Amazon Gift Certificate
||40 € AUP – ITS Printing units
This survey was made possible thanks to the following institutions:
Open House sessions on the e-books collection have recently been conducted in the Library. We would like to thank warmly the faculty members who have attended these sessions, and hope it has helped underline how digital collections and the various possibilities they offer can be a reliable asset to teaching.
An important and shared concern that has been brought to our attention focused on Blackboard usage and linking to Library databases, articles, and e-books.
Using Blackboard is a valuable asset to teaching. But it also helps us analyze how much a given resource is used, which is a key factor for the Collection Development department. Linking to resources on Blackboard will bring students to click on these links and access the resource by themselves, thus giving us much more reliable figures on how much it has been used. Moreover, it will contribute to the ongoing effort to teach students to be as self-sufficient as possible in navigating online resources.
If you wish to know about linking to Library online resources, please visit the following page: http://library.aup.edu/research/linking.html You may also contact Technical Services, Web and E-Resources Librarian Sally Murray for further explanations or to set up a peer-to-peer session.
Students who would like to know more about online collections and/or get research help are more than welcome to contact us and set up an individual appointment with a librarian between 2pm and 5pm, Monday to Friday: http://library.aup.edu/research/refhelp.html