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Getting the best out of JSTOR

It’s easy to find a lot of articles when searching in JSTOR, but it can be difficult to wade through all those results to find articles that are relevant. This session will cover advanced searching skills, such as proximity operators and relevance boosting, that can be used to improve your searches in JSTOR. Space...
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Forum on Higher Education in the Humanities

Please join us for the Forum on Higher Education in the Humanities, sponsored by the Department of English, with funding from the College of Arts and Sciences, the Graduate School, and the English Graduate Student Association Guest Speaker: Marjorie Garber William R. Kenan Jr. Professor of English, Harvard University Topic: “After the Humanities” Wednesday,...
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University Libraries Closed on MLK Day

The University Libraries will be CLOSED on Monday, January 17 in observance of Martin Luther King Jr Day. We are OPEN on Saturday, January 15 and Sunday, January 16. Holiday weekend hours for both locations are as follows: Sat: 10:00am-5:00pm Sun: 12:00pm-midnight Mon: CLOSED Spring Semester hours begin on Tuesday, January 18.
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Commonalities: Faculty Dialogue Series

February 11: iPads, Kindles and Other Tools in the Classroom Join Father Kevin Gillespie for a conversation about electronic textbooks. What textbook will you be using next semester? Have you considered not using a textbook or relying on electronic books and resources for your classes? How are iPads and Kindles impacting higher education? Your...
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Cookies & Cocoa with the Dean

Cookies & Cocoa with the Dean

Stop by Lewis Library on December 1st at 2:00 p.m. to chat with Bob Seal, Dean of Libraries, and enjoy some delicious cookies and hot cocoa. Cookies & Cocoa with the Dean Wednesday, December 1, 2010 Starting at 2:00 p.m. Lewis Library, Water Tower Campus
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Food for Fines — Nov. 1-24

Clear your library fines while helping those in need! The library’s annual Food For Fines program is happening November 1-24 (the day before Thanksgiving). During this time, patrons can bring non-perishable food and personal hygiene items to the Cudahy or Lewis circulation desks in exchange for paying down their library fines. Each full-sized can,...
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