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-====== Today's Alert 2017 ====== +====== Today's Alert 2019 ====== 
- +Today's Alert presents national and international news and events related to science and technology advancements in the CGI subject interests,\\ and especially reports that marked the outstanding academic performance of CGI.\\  
-  * **[[library:services:alert:review|Archive: Review Today's Alert 2017-2010 >>]]** \\ \\ \\+ From April 2019, Today's Alert combines news which formerly disseminated in CGI Learning Center Bulletin-Quarterly. \\  
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 +====== April 2019 ======
  
-====== May 2018 ====== +===== Fact & Figures: Fiscal Year 2018 ===== 
-===== Professor Dr. Piyarat Govitrapong is a recipient of the TRF Annual Outstanding Research Award 2017 =====+==== CGI Learning Center Summary Report 2018 ====
  
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-  +  - Book borrowed 402 times 
-The Rector of Chulabhorn Graduate Institute Prof. Dr.Somsak Ruchirawat, congratulated Prof. Dr. Piyarat Govitrapong, Chair of Applied Biological Sciences Program, on receiving the TRF Annual Outstanding Research Award 2560 from The Thailand Research Fund (TRF).+  - Number of library resources acquired 
 +     - Textbooks 612 titles 951 items 
 +     - Gifted   163 titles, 365 items 
 +     - Theses 141  titles 215 items 
 +     - CD-ROM   
 +  - Library usage 4,501 times  
 +  - Library visits 2,430 times 
 +  - Online access via Fanpage CGI Learning Center  2071 times 
 +  - Document delivery service 654 articles 
 +  - Library computer usage 214 times 
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 +    - Online database training for users 3 sessions 
 +    - User seminar on research support 1 session 
 +    - Exhibitions and promotional activities    events 
 +  - {{:library:about:annual_reports:2018_fact_and_figures.pptx|Fact & Figures 2018}} 
 +===== Creating Academic Publications in the Digital Age : Copyright =====
  
-On 23 May 2018, TRF held an event to present honorary awards for outstanding researchers for the year 2017 where Prof. Dr. Piyarat Govitrapong received the TRF Annual Outstanding Research Award 2560 for the research work on “Effects of Melatonin on brain aging and Alzheimer’s disease” Deputy Prime Minister ACM Prajin Juntong chaired the award ceremony, which was held at the Swissotel Le Concorde Bangkok.+<columns>
  
-The main objective of TRF is to provide support for basic research, strategic basic research, translational research and the development of researchers at both local and national levelsTo honor and promote excellence in research, TRF annually selects award recipients who have conducted outstanding and exemplary research. In accordance with the national strategic plan, TRF award criteria are now based on research application instead of types of research. The TRF Annual Outstanding Research Award 2017 were given to 14 winners in public policy, commerce, community development and academic research fields +[{{:library:services:alert:poster_copyright.png?100|}}] 
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-{{:news:activities:2018_activities:2018_05_23_academic_research_excellence_award:001.jpg?300|}} +April 23, 2019 CGI Learning Center "Open Knowledge sharing on copyright" organized a lecture , \\ inviting Dr.Titima Thammabumrung from NSTDA\\  to share her knowledge and experience to researchers and students.\\ Dr.Titima covered important topicsWhat copyright means and fair use for creating academic publications in terms of Thai and international law.\\  Guidelines on how to make use of digital and printed information were presented.\\  And, several **Open Educational Resources-OER** that are available on Internet were introduced.\\ The term "**OER**" "was first coined at UNESCO's 2002 Forum on Open Courseware, and designates teaching, learning and research materials in any medium, digital or otherwise,\\ that reside in the public domain or have been released under an open license that permits no-cost access, use, adaptation and redistribution by others with no or limited restrictions.\\ Open licensing is built within the existing framework of intellectual property rights as defined by relevant international conventions and respects the authorship of the work"\\ Refhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open_educational_resources
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-===== Songkran Festival - April 13th to 15th =====+</columns>
  
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 +====== March 2019 ======
  
 +===== SciFinder-N =====
  
-<note> Songkran (Thai: เทศกาลสงกรานต์, pronounced [tʰêːt..kāːn sǒŋ.krāːn]) is the Thai New Year's festival. The Thai New Year's Day is 13 April every yearbut the holiday period includes 14–15 April as wellThe word "Songkran" comes from the Sanskrit word saṃkrānti (Devanāgarī: संक्रांति), literally "astrological passage", meaning transformation or changeThe term was borrowed from Makar Sankranti, the name of a Hindu harvest festival celebrated in India in January to mark the arrival of springIt coincides with the rising of Aries on the astrological chart and with the New Year of many calendars of South and Southeast Asia, in keeping with the Buddhist/Hindu solar calendar. </note>+Update Version of SciFinder-N is available for CGI from February to End of September 2019.[[https://sso.cas.org/as/r2OtU/resume/as/authorization.ping|Link]
 +\\ SciFinder will no longer be accessible on__ //March 312018//__ 
 +\\ SciFinder Keep Me Posted (KMPswill discontinue runningHow to migrate Keep Me Posted {{:library:services:alert:how-to-migrate.pdf|  }} 
  
-  * **What is Songkran?**  +===== Old Desk Calendars turned to Love is Sharing for the Blinds =====
-    * Songkran is the occasion for family re-unions, temple visits and annual house cleaning. Many Thais observe the holidays by spending time with families and friends. Traditionally, Thais perform the Rod Nam Dum Hua ritual on the first day of Songkran, which is officially the National Elderly Day. During the ritual, young people would pour fragrant water into the elders’ palms as a gesture of humility and to ask for their blessings. The second day of Songkran is officially the National Family Day. Families would wake up early and give alms to the monks, then ideally the rest of the day would be spent sharing quality family time together. An important religious ritual on Songkran is ‘Bathing the Buddha image’, in which devout Buddhists pour fragrant water over Buddha statues both at the temple and at home. More religious Thais would engage themselves in Buddhist ceremonies and merit-making activities throughout the holidays.  +
-  * **Water as Symbolism** +
-    * Contradictory to what you may have witnessed throughout Songkran, fun-loving Thais don’t just throw water at each other for no good reason (besides having a kick out of seeing other people soaking wet). The real meaning behind the splashes is to symbolically wash off all misfortunes in the past year, thus welcoming the new year with a fresh new start. Traditionally, Thais would politely pour a bowl of water on members of the family, their close friends and neighbours. As Songkran has taken a more festive note, a bowl becomes a bucket, garden hose and water guns, and the spirit of holiday merriment is shared amongst all town residents and tourists alike +
-  * **Making Merit** +
-    * Making merit is an essential part of Songkran, and visiting nine sacred temples during Songkran considered one of the ultimate accumulators. Try temples in the Rattanokosin area like Wat Pho, Wat Phra Kaeo, Wat Suthat Thepphawararam, Wat Chana Songkhram, Wat Boworn, Wat Benchamabophit, Wat Rakhang Khositaram, Wat Arun and Wat Kanlaya. +
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-==== References ==== +
-  - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Songkran_(Thailand) +
-  - http://www.bangkok.com/information-festivals/songkran.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001 +
-  - http://www.bangkok.com/information-festivals/songkran.htm +
-=== Photos === +
-  - By ผู้สร้างสรรค์ผลงาน/ส่งข้อมูลเก็บในคลังข้อมูลเสรีวิกิมีเดียคอมมอนส์ - เทวประภาส มากคล้าย - Own work, CC BY 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=2054333 +
-  - By Takeaway - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=6670475+
  
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-====== March 2018 ======+
  
-===== Makha Bucha Day =====+[{{:library:services:alert:love_is_sharing_for_the_blinds.jpg?100|}}]
  
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-**Makha Bucha Day (วันมาฆบูชา)** is Buddhist holiday, which takes place annually on the night of the full moon during the third lunar month of the year. “Makha” is the Pali word for the third Lunar month, while “bucha” means to honor or to venerate. Since Makha Bucha is based on the lunar calendar, the date varies from year to year. This year Makha Bucha day is on 01 March 2018. \\ \\ It was 9 full months after the Buddha got the Enlightenment, on the full moon day of 6th lunar month45 years before the Buddhist eraOn the full moon day of the 3rd lunar month, Makha, of the year, __four special events happened:__ \\ 1There were 1,250 Sangha followers decided to come back to see Lord Buddha at Weluwan Wannaram without prior appointment after traveling around and teaching Buddhism. \\ 2. All of them were “อรหันต์ Arhantas’, the Enlightened One, and all of them were ordained by the Buddha himself. \\ 3. Because it was the first assembly of the large group of the Buddhist monk gathering therefore the Buddha gave those Arhantas the three principles of the Buddhismcalled “The Ovadhapatimokha” which is considered the first constitution for all the laws of Buddhist monks from then until now. \\ 4It was the full moon day. \\ \\ __Three Principles:__ \\ The 3 cores principles (the Ovadhapatimokha) are; \\ 1. Refrain from commiting all kind of wickeness (ไม่ทำความชั่ว) \\ 2Be good and do good (ทำความดีทั้งทางกาย วาจา และใจ) \\ 3. Purify the mind (ทำจิตใจให้บริสุทธิ์) \\ \\ __Activities To Be Observed:__ \\  +**CGI Learning Center initiated project  
-  * ทำบุญ/ tam-bun/’: Making merit by going to temples for special observances, making merit, listening to Dhamma preaching, giving some donations and the other activities of the day include acts of merit such as freeing fish and birds . +for helping the blinds** \\ \\  
-  * รับศีล /ráp sĕen/’: Keeping the Five Precepts*, including abstinence from alcoholic drinks and all kinds of immoral actsincluding listening to teachings of Buddhism and the practice of meditation (nâng sà-maa-tí นั่งสมาธิ) +Foundation for the Blinds in Thailand 
-  * ตักบาตร /dtàk bàat/’: Offering food to the monks and novices (in the alm bowl (บาตร /bàat/)+under the Royal Patronage of Her Majesty Queen Sirikit,www.blind.or.th is the private organization \\ And, the Foundation is the  
-  * เวียนเทียน /wain tain/: Monks and other believers of the Buddhist philosophy hold candlelit processions with monks who also hold a sacred thread in a procession around the temple.Buddhists from across the cities throughout the country flock to temples to participate in these processions.+first foundation giving supports to the disabled aiming 
 +to foster the blind by enhancing their knowledge 
 +capabilities and experiences \\ that are essential in their  
 +daily living without expected returnsThe foundation has  
 +continually obtained the coordination and contribution  
 +from people \\ who foresee the importance of giving opportunities to the blind money and supply donation, and other supports 
 +These have brought hope and great \\ opportunities for the blind  
 +to brighten their lives. CGI Learning Center initiated a project  
 +for helping the blinds to have more opportunity to read Braille books  
 +\\ made from old used desk calendars and, invites donors  
 +to give old calendars and used A4 hard papers in the month of February 2019.  
 +\\ Old calendars and used papers will be turned into Braille books for  
 +Bangkok School for the Blinds as CGI Gift of **"Love is sharing for the Blinds"**
  
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-==== Reference ==== +</columns>
-  - **Makha Bucha Day** http://learnthaiwithmod.com/2015/03/learn-thai-culture-makabucha-day/+
  
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-====== February 2018 ====== 
-===== Valentine’s Day ===== 
  
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 +The  Ministers  from  the  16  RCEP  Participating  Countries(RPCs)attended  the 7thRCEP \\ Intersessional Ministerial Meeting held on 2 March2019 in Siem Reap, Cambodia. \\ The Meetingwas opened by Samdech Akka Moha Sena Padei Techo HUN SEN, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Cambodia .\\  Read a Joint Statement from the Meeting  
 +[[https://asean.org/storage/2019/03/RCEP-ISSL-MM-7-JMS-FINAL.pdf|Link]] [[https://www.cgi.ac.th/library/services/useful_links/asean_corner|CGI ASEAN Corner]]
  
-**Valentine’s Day**, also called St. Valentine’s Day,  holiday (February 14) when lovers express their affection with greetings and gifts. The holiday has origins in the Roman festival of Lupercalia, held in mid-February. The festival, which celebrated the coming of spring, included fertility rites and the pairing off of women with men by lottery. At the end of the 5th century, Pope Gelasius I replaced Lupercalia with St. Valentine’s Day. It came to be celebrated as a day of romance from about the 14th century.+====== February 2019 ======
  
-Although there were several Christian martyrs named Valentine, the day may have taken its name from a priest who was martyred about 270 ce by the emperor Claudius II Gothicus. According to legend, the priest signed a letter “from your Valentine” to his jailer’s daughter, whom he had befriended and, by some accounts, healed from blindness. Other accounts hold that it was St. Valentine of Terni, a bishop, for whom the holiday was named, though it is possible the two saints were actually one person. Another common legend states that St. Valentine defied the emperor’s orders and secretly married couples to spare the husbands from war. It is for this reason that his feast day is associated with love.+=====CGI Publications TRF-Index  Ranking 2018=====
  
-Formal messages, or valentines, appeared in the 1500s, and by the late 1700s commercially printed cards were being used. The first commercial valentines in the United States were printed in the mid-1800sValentines commonly depict Cupidthe Roman god of love, along with hearts, traditionally the seat of emotionBecause it was thought that the avian mating season begins in mid-February, birds also became a symbol of the dayTraditional gifts include candy and flowersparticularly red roses, a symbol of beauty and love.+CGI published 59 papers in 2018. The journals were rated by Impact Factor ranged from 11.613 to 0.9 ,\\  and 7 out of 59 articles appeared in journals with Impact Factor 5.0 plus. These are:\\  
 +\\ [[https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/1600079x|Journal of Pineal Research]] 
 +\\ [[https://pubs.acs.org/journal/orlef7|Organic Letters]] 
 +\\ [[https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/free-radical-biology-and-medicine|Free Radical Biology and Medicine ]] 
 +\\ [[https://academic.oup.com/jac|Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy]] 
 +\\ [[https://www.journals.elsevier.com/carbohydrate-polymers|Carbohydrate Polymers]] \\ \\ 
 +**This year CGIamong Thai universitiesachieved the top TRF – Index** which rates the high quality academic papers published in international journals by Thai universities.\\  **TRF- Index judges from** composite index that averaged 3 indicators: ER5JP – Equivalent Rating 5 Journal Publication/ Faculty Member,  Life-time Citation/Faculty Member and  Life-time Citation/ Life-time Journal  PublicationCGI publications ranking by TRF-Index are:  
 +                * Chemistry (Chemical Biology) Number 1 score 5.0 
 +                * Preclinical (Environmental Toxicology) Number 1 score 4.7 
 +                * Biochemistry/Molecular Biology/Genetics (Applied Biological Science) Number 3 score 4.3\\ \\  
 +**Read more:**  https://www.trf.or.th/trf-announcement/13137-trf-index-2560 
  
-==== References ==== 
-  - **Valentine’s Day. (2018)**. In Encyclopædia Britannica. Retrieved from http://academic.eb.com/levels/collegiate/article/Valentines-Day/74694# 
-  - **Photo** from http://donpk.com/valentine-day-history-history-of-valentines-day-2/ 
  
-\\ +====== January 2019 ====== 
 +===== Dynamic English, introducing a clip with free access to English learning=====
  
 +**CGI medium of instruction is English. To help students practice their English language proficiency, the library provides a special collection "English Corner".\\  Books on language tutorials such TOEFL, TOEIC, IELTS, GRE etc are available with frequent updates as soon as new editions are released.**\\ ** In addition to CGI Library English Corner, Today's Alert began the first for new year "Dynamic English", introducing a clip with free access to English learning.**\\ \\ [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uYclvFO-mdE&list=PLwQ2CacsgjMWJjz_svHfpAOBuine5_WHN|dynamic english]]
 +introduced by  KUKRIT INSTITUTE which was established in honor of the late Prime Minister M.R. Kukrit Pramoj. \\ https://www.britannica.com/biography/Kukrit-Pramoj \\ You Learn English by yourself easily by practicing listening and speaking according to videos and exercises to test your understanding and can apply in real situation.\\ Ref: Matichon Newspaper,Monday December 17th 2018. Page 3.
 +\\ \\ 
 +**Follow news and channels to learn more at**
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 +[[https://www.facebook.com/Multimedia-Maker-295221023894331/|Facebook : Multimedia.Maker]]
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 +[[http://www.multimedia-maker.com|Website : Multimedia.Maker]]   
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-====== January 2018 ====== 
  
-===== Top 10 List On Catalogue Issues in 2017 ===== +===== Most-circulated items in 2018 ===== 
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-| 1 |Casarett and Doull's toxicology | 18 | +
-| 2 |Fundamentals of biostatistics | 17 | +
-| 3 |CU-TEP reading | 7 | +
-| 4 |พิษวิทยาสิ่งแวดล้อม | 6 | +
-| 5 |CU-TEP listening with MP3 CD | 6 | +
-| 6 |Spectrometric identification of organic compounds | 6 | +
-| 7 |Molecular cell biology | 5 | +
-| 8 |CU-TEP grammar | 5 | +
-| 9 |Barron's practice exercises for the TOEFL test of English as a foreign language | 4 | +
-| 10 |The art of writing reasonable organic reaction mechanisms | 4 |+
  
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