The Sweetland Peer Writing Center, previously located in Angell Hall, has opened in its new space on the second floor of the Shapiro Library. It will be open for peer writing consultation services Sunday through Thursday 7-10 pm and Friday 12-3 pm.
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If you use our Kanopy film streaming service, which offers many documentaries and independent films, you'll want to know about our recent shift to a mediated access model. When you select a film that's not already licensed by the library, you'll be prompted to submit a request form.
By Lynne Raughley
Beginning in September, the library will be using security cameras in several locations in the Hatcher and Shapiro buildings — entrances/exits, elevator lobbies, and stairwell landings — to enhance the safety and security of our community.
Mblem, a digital credentialing and badging system, was developed in 2014 by the former Learning Technologies Incubation Group (LTIG) within Library Information Technology. It was piloted by several campus units for several years.
The Mblem service was retired on April 5, 2019.
Join us for any or all of the symposium,
Character Driven: Exploring the Career and Archives of Nancy Savoca
by Alan Piñon
A Fishrappr. This could be a lyrical trout named Eazy-Eel that spits mad rhymes at schools of fanatic guppy groupies. Or, Fishrappr is an advanced, online user interface created to make the content of print newspapers accessible and searchable in an attractive and easy-to-use portal.
by Danielle Colburn
What makes a book? A cover, sure; binding, fine; and pages, of course. Must the pages be paper, or is there wiggle room? Could they be, say, cheese? (Or, more accurately, cheese food.) Controversies abound with American Cheese, a book (?) of 20 individually-wrapped slices of American singles bound in a yellow cover. It can be found on the shelves of the Art, Architecture & Engineering Library’s Special Collections, stored comfortably in a plastic sandwich container at room temperature, because, as one would hope of a book, it is shelf-stable.