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Book Production in the Middle Ages

The Materials and Techniques of Book Production in the Middle Ages Lecture By: Dr. Elizabeth Teviotdale, Assistant Director of the Medieval Institute at Western Michigan University Location: Regis Multipurpose Room (LSC Campus) Sponsored by: Department of English and the EGSA (English Graduate Student Association)
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Extended Hours for Spring Semester Finals

Lewis Library From April 28 -May 6, the Lewis Library will offer extended hours to accommodate students, faculty and staff. April 28 (Monday) – May 1 (Thursday) 7:30am – 2:00am May 2 (Friday) 7:30am – 12 midnight May 3 (Saturday) 7:30am – 9:00pm May 4 (Sunday) 12 noon – 12 midnight May 5 (Monday)...
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RSVP for RefWorks training

RSVP for RefWorks training

Computer Science librarian Kristina Schwoebel will be teaching several training sessions on RefWorks citation management software throughout the end of April at both LUC campuses. Classes are open to students, faculty, and staff but are limited to 20 individuals per session. Sessions @ Watertower Held in Lewis Library, Room 710 Monday, April 14, 4-5...
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New Collections: It’s All About Feminist Theology!

New Collections: It’s All About Feminist Theology!

Several new collections have already been donated to the Women & Leadership Archives this year by prominent women and women’s organizations. This fulfills a major focus of the WLA to preserve the material of women’s history. Many of the recent donations share a common dedication to Feminist Theology. A short synopsis of each donors...
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Wired: Term “Abortion” removed from U.S.-funded health database

According to the Wired Blog Network, “A U.S. government-funded medical information site that bills itself as the world’s largest database on reproductive health has quietly begun to block searches on the word abortion, concealing nearly 25,000 search results.” There was no notice of the change on the site. The database, POPLINE, is a product...
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New Collection Opens at the WLA

New Collection Opens at the WLA

The Suellen Hoy, Ph.D., Papers are now open for research use at the WLA. Dr. Hoy donoated her extensive personal and professional materials over several months in 2007. We are honored to have them as part of our collections. Dr. Hoy is a guest professor and independent scholar at the University of Notre Dame...
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