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State Library Update, March 2005

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  • Educational Technology
  • Special Libraries
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  • Political Science


State Library Update March 2005 Vol. 3, no. 2 Here's what's new at the State Library: *FREE CLASSES* will be offered to state employees to celebrate National Library Week, April 11-15, at the Ola Babcock Miller Building in Des Moines *A LUNCH AND LEARN* session, will provide an opportunity to listen to the State Ombudsman, William P. Angrick II, tell us about his office and how it serves Iowans. Also offered during National Library Week *NEW BOOKS* at the State Library include works on the Kaizen method of project planning and a wide range of materials on American politics ******************************************************* *FREE CLASSES* available during National Library Week include four new choices. New this year: Archiving Electronic State Documents Find Out How With Iowa Publications Online Medical Research: Introduction to PubMed Medical Research II: PubMed Review Using ICN Classroom: An Overview Additional classes: More Than Just Google: Internet Searching Get the Most From EBSCOhost Enhance FirstSearch Skills Reliable Health Information on the Web: HealthInfoIowa Finding Statistics: The State Data Center State Library Resources for Grant Research Legal Research Using Westlaw For more information about the classes and to register on-line go to: or contact the State Library reference desk at 515-281-4102 or [email protected] ******************************************************* Two Lunch & Learn sessions are offered during National Library Week. They will be held in Room 310 on the third floor of the Miller Building. Bring your own lunch; drinks will be provided. Lunch and Learn About the Ombudsman's Office with William P. Angrick II, the State of Iowa's Citizens' Aide/Ombudsman. Mr. Angrick is also President of the International Ombudsman Institute, a worldwide o

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