Faculty of Science & Faculty of Engineering and Architectural Science New Acquisitions 2020-21
Canadian Science Publishing
Ryerson now has added a collection of journals and ebooks, published by Canadian Science Publishing. CSP's origins date back to 1929 and has grown to become Canada’s largest publisher of international scientific journals.
Detail Inspiration, which appears in German and English, devotes every issue to specific topics in construction and building details in architecture. Current international architecture projects are documented with beautiful photographs and comparable drawings at a scale of 1:20. Twice a year, the magazine features the special supplement GREEN and two issues of DETAIL interior.
Frontlist a collection of 150+ e-book published by renowned MIT University Press. Included with the frontlist purchase is one-year access to more than 3,000 backlist eBooks. Key subject areas covered include art and architecture, biomedical sciences, business and finance, computer science, cognitive science, design, education, environment, game studies, humanities, information science, linguistics, neuroscience, new media, philosophy, and social sciences.
Synthesis Collection 7-10 includes e-books in engineering and computer science. The basic component of the library is a 50- to 100-page "Lecture"; a self-contained electronic book that synthesizes an important research or development topic
The online version of The Pidgeon Digital collection of talks by contemporary architects and related designers. The collection comprises over 130 talks by architects and engineers, including Frank Gehry, Balkrishna Doshi, Terry Farrell, Richard MacCormac, Neil Thomas, and Hans Hollein among many others. Pidgeon Digital was founded in 1979 by Monica Pidgeon (long-time editor of the influential magazine Architectural Design) and lectures are continually added.
Springer/Nature e-books package (Engineering and Computer Sciences 2020 backfile)
Ryerson has added 2126 Springer/Nature e-books, lecture notes to our collection. These are the top two with most turnaways shown in the usage statistics