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TED Talk: Louie Schwartzberg: Nature. Beauty. Gratitude.

Experience the magesty of our earth through time lapse photography with Louie Schwartzberg's talk on appreciating the natural world around us.

Also, check out "12 TED Talks to Watch This Earth Day".

Links for Earth Month & Earth Day

"I am in love with the green earth" by Ian Sane. (May 1, 2010). Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic. Retrieved from:


April is all about our earth!

April is Earth Month & April 22nd is Earth Day! Come to the Vaughan Memorial Library and check out the book display in the lobby.

We have current books covering environmental issues, awareness, sustainability, preservation, and remediation!

Take a peek at our selections and read up on how we can help protect and heal our natural world.


Welcome to the Environmental Science Research Guide!

"Scout Key: Mangrove Ecosystem, Florida Keys" by Phil's 1stPix (Taken December 9, 2009). Licenced under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic. Retrieved from:

Getting a library password to use Novanet!

You need a password to login to Novanet to renew your loans, place holds, and to place interlibrary loans.

If you are a new student or a returning student who hasn't been through this procedure you need to set your library password.

To set or change your library password, go to Acadia Central. Login with your usual Acadia username and password then follow the instructions to "Change Library Password".

Use the barcode found on the back of your Acadia ID card and the NEW password you just created to login to Novanet.


Library Tutorials

The Library has a number of tutorials, like this one, to help you with your research.

Research It Right! tutorial

Research It Right! — Describes the steps of the research process from finding a topic to the final product.


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Off-Campus Access

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Click this button for off-campus access to licensed resources (such as databases and online journals).


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