New web page summarizes major US research funder open access requirements

As part of an effort to provide information about new open access requirements that are emerging from the White House Directive on “Expanding Public Access to the Results…

Engineering

The Springer Book Archive (SBA) is here!

You may know that for several years, MIT Libraries has had online books (2005+) from the prolific publisher Springer. Now we…

Social sciences

Back-To-School on Energy

For many, September is the season of picking up where you left off, recapping what you already know, and/or taking research and learning in different directions. Next week the…

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What’s new at the Libraries this fall

Welcome back! The MIT Libraries have been busy over your summer vacation. We’ve made improvements, added new resources, expanded our services,…

Business & management

New Requirements for DOE-funded Researchers: Public Access to Data and Publications

In response to the 2013 Memorandum from the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, “Expanding Public Access to the Results of Federally Funded Research,” the Department…

Data

Make time to make more stuff!

Knowing as we do that MIT people love to make things, last summer Mechanical Engineering Librarian Angie Locknar made…

Science

Discovering the Libraries: Top 10 things to know

By MIT Libraries’ student blogger, Pri Tembhekar Hello everyone! It is with bittersweet sentiment that I write my last blog for the MIT Libraries. This post will be about the top 10…

Science

New! Access to the complete New Yorker

         The current issue and all past issues of The New Yorker—going…

Science

New resources: Check out the Cochrane Library & Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews

The Cochrane Library is a collection of databases that contain high quality independent evidence to inform healthcare decision-making, bringing...

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