Category: Archives & MIT history

The Great Stride

The Great Stride

Exhibit commemorates MIT's move

2016 marks the 100th anniversary of MIT’s move across the Charles River...

 Bibliotech
From the Archives: Tomes

From the Archives: Tomes

Rare book fund fuels new acquisitions

As the Libraries’ rare book collections grow, they become an increasingly rich...

 Bibliotech
Political gaming in the Archives

Political gaming in the Archives

New additions to political scientist's collection now available

For those interested in political science and international studies of the mid-...

Archives & MIT history
We Are Egypt: The Story Behind the Revolution

We Are Egypt: The Story Behind the Revolution

October 30, 2015 6:30pm

AKDC@MIT and Center for Arabic Culture partner to host film screening

The Center for Arabic Culture (CAC) and the Aga Khan Documentation Center...

Archives & MIT history
Letterlocking in Lobby 10

Letterlocking in Lobby 10

October 27, 2015 10am - 12pm

Write a letter to a friend and learn how to letterlock it shut

When’s the last time you hand wrote a letter and sent it...

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Fall Into personal archiving

Fall Into personal archiving

October 27, 2015 12 - 1:30pm

Create a personal archiving plan, learn how to deal with digital formats long-term, & more

Determining how to archive your digital records and keepsakes for the long-term...

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Connect the Clues! Exploring personal digital archives

Connect the Clues! Exploring personal digital archives

October 16, 2015 3 - 4:30pm

Learn how to explore and manage personal archives in a digital format

Imagine that it’s the year 2025 and you’ve recently begun preserving your...

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Author event: Patrick Gabridge

Author event: Patrick Gabridge

September 30, 2015 5:30pm

Playwright, novelist, and MIT alum reads from and discusses his most recent work

Who: Patrick Gabridge What: A reading and discussion of his recent book, Steering to...

Humanities
Welcome Émilie, Madame Newton

Welcome Émilie, Madame Newton

Rare Books Program acquires important first edition

The MIT Libraries now have a rare book acquisitions fund, and our...

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