The Ivy Tech Northeast Library receives fascinating and informative new materials each month for your use and enjoyment. What you may not know, though, is that faculty and staff can make requests for materials to be added to our collection. On the Northeast Library’s homepage, simply click the “Purchase Request” link to submit your request for consideration. This will take you to a basic form that lets us know what the item is and what group of Ivy Tech students would find this item useful. Make sure you include contact information for follow-up from Library staff. We are committed to providing most relevant and up-to-date supportive materials for students and faculty from all areas of study.
If you have time to read for pleasure, check out our new hot titles – latest fiction and popular non-fiction to satisfy everybody’s taste.
Watch episode Korea: Education Gangnam Style
Education has powered South Korea’s stunning economic success. A country once shackled by mass illiteracy now tops academic league tables. But as North Asia Correspondent Matthew Carney reports, its stressed out students also rank as the unhappiest in the developed world.
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Beginning with mankind’s earliest recorded history, infectious disease has taken the lives of more humans than all wars, famines and natural disasters combined—not by a narrow margin but by an overwhelming landslide. Before the birth of modern science, losses to these unseen enemies were routinely blamed on the collective sins of man and the wrath of angry gods. Over the course of centuries, man’s ongoing inability to comprehend the microbial world profoundly influenced the development of world religions, societies and medicine, while frequently altering the outcome of human conflict and war.
Unseen Enemies examines the top eleven infectious disease killers in human history, as well as the men and women whose dedication and sacrifice helped to expose answers and cures for each of these runaway conditions. By looking back upon medical history, today’s students of science and medicine might better understand how their own careers may one day profoundly impact the course of human history and scientific achievement.
Explore our newly acquired collection of books about Millennials. “The ‘Millennial Generation’ includes students enrolled in primary grades through high school. These students are also known as Digital Natives, Generation Why, the Net Generation, Generation Me, and i-Kids. The generation includes ages ranging from approximately 7 to 30. This is the generation who have always had technology integrated into their lives–they are connected 24/7. Their experience contrasts greatly with that of adults aged 35 and older, for whom technology is typically an add-on to life. The brains of Millennial students are wired differently–a fact that is important to be aware of and to address.” – From Teaching Millennial Students, Nikirk, Martin.
What do you know about Library’s Creative Commons? We have dedicated PC’s loaded with specialized software not available on normal students computers. This includes software titles such as AutoCAD, Solidworks, Business Plan Pro. Creative Commons environment is conducive to individual study or collaboration.
Also available in Creative Commons is a TV stations a DVD/VHS player.
What is coming soon to Library’s Creative Commons? We plan on adding a MAC computer, Adobe Creative Cloud (Image/Video editing capability), computer stations with webcams for webinars and web-based interviews, other software as needed or identified.
Here is an A-Z list of software titles available in the Creative Commons:
Business Plan Pro
200 new video titles has been just added to Books 24×7, including Adobe Flash Professional, InDesign, Premiere Pro video tutorials and more. View the titles by clicking below!