Friday January 23rd, 11:00 AM Central Library The library workshop series continues this Friday with Getting Started with Podcasting. Podcasts are increasingly popular. Break out podcasts like Serial expose new fans to the world of podcasting with each new episode. According to Statista, 15 percent of Americans had listened to a podcast in the past… Keep Reading
Have you ever needed a consolidated place to find information for a class or another law school topic? We may have what you need! The Law Librarians at Alyne Queener Massey Law Library have been busy creating Research Guides for the Law School and University communities. These guides are intended to provide researchers with tools… Keep Reading
The Divinity Library has added several new resources including: America’s Historical Newspapers (1690-1789) “Comprising titles from Readex’s Early American Newspapers collection, this resource allows full-text access to newspapers from communities across New England, the Mid-Atlantic, to coastal South Carolina and Georgia. Publications include news, opinion, prose, advertisements and more.” Check out America’s Historical Newspapers (1690-1789)… Keep Reading
Announcing the “Tell-Tale” website launch of Baudelaire’s Poe: Selections from the W.T. Bandy Collection. This is a collaborative project between Bandy Center Fellow Philip Edward Phillips, MA’ 92 PhD’ 96, President of the American Poe Society, and the W.T. Bandy Center, Jean and Alexander Heard Library. Edgar Allan Poe was born 206 years ago today,… Keep Reading
In commemoration of the MLK Weekend of Service, the library will have two exhibits with historic Civil Rights images and recordings from our Special Collections. One exhibit will be on the 2nd floor gallery of the Central Library; the other is on the library’s outdoor light exhibit, on 21st Avenue So. Both exhibits will be… Keep Reading
The Alyne Queener Massey Law Library will be closed on Sunday, January 18, 2015 for essential mechanical repairs, which will result in no network connectivity and electrical power in the library. The library will close at 10:00 PM on Saturday, January 17 and will reopen at 7:00 AM on Monday, January 19.
“The digital Loeb Classical Library presents an interconnected, fully searchable, perpetually growing, virtual library of Greek and Latin literature. Works of epic and lyric poetry; tragedy and comedy; history, travel, philosophy, and oratory; the great medical writers and mathematicians; and those Church Fathers who made particular use of pagan culture are represented here with up-to-date… Keep Reading
Fridays @ 11:00 AM, Central Library Learn about the latest trends in digital scholarship in a series of drop-in workshops. Interested in communicating your research more broadly? Ready to disrupt your patterns of inquiry? Join us for a series of interactive, hands-on workshops about new tools and techniques in the field of scholarly communications. Learn… Keep Reading