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ACS in Focus - short ebooks to help you ramp up quickly in new areas

June 7, 2021

ACS in Focus ebooks are: 

  • Four to eight hour primers for beginning and seasoned scientists that need a quick start to a topic outside of their expertise.
  • Topics include emerging and cross-disciplinary subjects not traditionally taught in an undergraduate chemistry curriculum.
  • In an instructional setting, these works bridge the gap between textbooks and literature.
  • Digital-only to take advantage of hyperlinks, pop-up glossary, videos, and animations.
  • eReader is part of ACS Publications content suite and enables the reader to learn when it suits them, on or offline.

Access ACS in Focus (limited to current students, postdocs, faculty, and staff at Stanford).

Interested in being an author for this series?   See Call for Authors for ACS in Focus series.

Please note that content for this blog article was provided by ACS Publications to make sharing information with you faster and easier and as a way to help librarians learn more about this series.     

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Library to-do list for graduating students

June 4, 2021
by Aparna Sharma

Before you leave campus, please remember to do the following:

Return all borrowed library books/materials to the Stanford Libraries.
Login to My Account to find out if you have any outstanding library materials or library fines.
You can also email the library to find out if you have any unpaid library fines.
Library fines can be paid online in My Account or at the Green Library circulation desk.

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