Monthly Archives: October 2016

Happy Halloween event!

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A-Bombs, the Cold War and the Red Scare

Join us in unearthing surprises, prying open the vaults and breathing life into long dead…documents! Noon-1 p.m. Monday, Oct. 31, Special Collections, 2nd floor of Bartle Library Explore the fears of nuclear warfare in the 1950’s and how those fears were exploited by … Continue reading

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A-Bombs, the Cold War and the Red Scare

Join us in unearthing surprises, prying open the vaults and breathing life into long dead…documents! Noon-1 p.m. Monday, Oct. 31, Special Collections, 2nd floor of Bartle Library  Explore the fears of nuclear warfare in the 1950’s and how those fears were exploited by … Continue reading

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RefWorks: Research Organization Made Easy

What if you spent less time organizing your research and more time writing it? Join us for an introduction to RefWorks, a citation management tool that will keep track of your sources, generate citations and bibliographies, and facilitate collaborative research. … Continue reading

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Illuminated Lifestyles: Food, Sport and Books in Medieval Life Exhibit @ Bartle Library

Come and experience aristocratic life in the Middle Ages at the Bartle Library. Illuminated Lifestyles: Food, Sport and Books in Medieval Life gives viewers a glimpse into the past through library resources and interactive technology. Selections from the extensive publishing … Continue reading

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We want to hear from you (and, give you pizza)!

The Libraries is hosting its next Student Advisory Meetup from noon-1 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 25. The meetup is a forum to learn from each other and to cultivate new ideas. We want your insights on our initiatives. Pizza and snacks … Continue reading

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Sustainability: What can I do?

The term “sustainability” evokes electric cars, solar power and clean water. How can I get involved? If you want to go deeper into what sustainability really means as a citizen of Planet Earth, visit the University Downtown Center (UDC) Library-Information … Continue reading

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Animals of Land and Sea Exhibit @ Science Library

Swim or hop into a good book about animals. Animals of the Land and Sea features books and materials from the Science Library collection. From amphibians to zebras, viewers learn about animals that swim, scurry or gallop and the scientists who … Continue reading

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CEMERS 50th Anniversary Conference, Oct. 21-22

The Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (CEMERS) will host its 50th anniversary conference – titled “The Pre-modern Book in a Global Context: Materiality and Visuality” – Oct. 21 and 22, at the University Downtown Center. The conference, which begins … Continue reading

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Learning @ Lunch: Strategies to Gauge Student Learning

Come participate in an engaging discussion about strategies to gauge student learning in large classes. Nancy Um, professor of art history, will share her experiences with teaching large lectures at our next Learning @ Lunch program (formerly known as Instruction Roundtable). This program will … Continue reading

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