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DSEM: Are We Alone? Contact, Communication and Consequences of Extraterrestrial Life: Home

Course guide for Dr. Alan Rosan's DSEM "Are We Alone? Contact, Communication and Consequences of Extraterrestrial Life" C21

Subscribing to "The New York Times"

Your professor wants to make sure you have a subscription to the NYTimes. Dr. Rosan plans to assign readings from this valuable resource. GOOD NEWS! It's free to Drew students. Go HERE to find out how to get your subscription and how to access it from your device or lap top.

Printing in the Library

From your computer: By-pass the line at the computers in the Library and send your print jobs directly from your laptop. How, you ask? See the instructions about how to get either your MAC or PC connected to Library printers at the links below. Stop by the UT-Help desk in the Library if you want someone to walk you through the process. Questions? Contact me or stop by the Research Help Desk.

Pay at the Debit release station: Don't carry cash? Add money to your bookstore account and you'll never have to worry about scrounging for printer money again. Go to the link below for easy instructions about how to do it. I promise: it will take less than 2 minutes but will save you a TON of aggravation.

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Welcome! I have created this Guide to help you navigate Library sources for your DSEM. Take a look around and give the resources a having trouble finding what you need? Come see me in the Library or contact me via phone or email if you need any help finding resources -- I'm happy to assist!

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Phone 973-408-3588; email

Reference Librarian, science specialty

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Margery Ashmun
Drew University Library
36 Madison Avenue
Madison, NJ 07940

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