Category: Social sciences

Reference USA databases of US business and consumer information

InfoGroup’s Reference USA provides basic information on over 25 million businesses and over 270 million consumers in…

Social sciences

IAP 2015: Finding Information: Search Tools and Strategies

  The MIT Libraries are offering a whole series of classes to help you locate various types of information, from large…

Engineering

OA research in the news: Waves as scientific & cultural things

This fall, MIT anthropologist Stefan Helmreich gave the prestigious Lewis Henry Morgan Lecture at the University of Rochester….

Scholarly communication

Chris Bourg named director of MIT Libraries

Longtime libraries administrator at Stanford tapped to lead MIT’s libraries and the MIT Press.

Archives & MIT history

Event: Building Global Economic Prosperity

Building Global Economic Prosperity: Who Profits, Who Pays, Who Protests Discussion featuring: Dr. Daron Acemoglu: MIT Economics Professor & Author…

All news

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…

Business & management

OECD coming to MIT

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) is coming to MIT!  Join us to: increase your…

All news

International Historical Statistics–now online!

Looking to study countries worldwide far back in time?  Want the convenience of country statistics at your fingertips? 

Social sciences

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,…

Art & architecture & planning