Archive for November, 2009

November 27, 2009

Library survey closing soon

by Debbie

The library survey is still underway, and we’d love to hear your views! You have until Monday 30th November to fill in the survey and be in with a chance of winning a £50 Amazon voucher. So far we’ve had 17 responses from Environmental Technology students – there must be more of you with something to say!

There’s more information about the survey on the library website, or you can just go straight to the survey itself.

November 16, 2009

Penny for your thoughts? How about £50?

by Debbie

Complete the 2009 Library Survey now!

The library wants to know what you think about our services and how you use them. Do you love e-books or want more books on the shelves? Is it easy to find what you want? Is the library too noisy or too quiet?

Tell us what you think by completing our survey – it only takes five minutes of your time and you could win one of three £50 Amazon vouchers in our prize draw!

Take the survey now at –

The survey closes on Monday 30 November so don’t wait too long!

We’ll be publishing the results of the survey in early 2010 and what you say will help inform us how we can improve services for you.

Paper copies of the survey are available on request.

November 11, 2009

New books in the library

by Debbie

books04We’ve added some new books to the Library’s Environmental Technology collection. We’ve changed the list slightly; you can still click on the title to go straight to the library catalogue, but if we have an e-book version, you can click the link in the last column to be taken straight to view that. We also have new material in the Haldane collection. Please click the icons below to view the files.

If you have any suggestions for books for us to buy, please let Katharine know. Last year, 17% of the books we bought were the result of a suggestion by a member of the Department, so we do listen to your suggestions!

New books nov 09 pdf

new haldane nov 09

November 4, 2009

Spiral Top Twenty for October now available

by Debbie
The top twenty most viewed papers for October are now available from the Spiral site.For more information on Spiral, Imperial College’s digital repository, please visit the Spiral Repository page on the library website, or see the Spiral FAQ.

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