Category: Social sciences

Elements

Elements

Photography exhibition in Rotch Library

A studio photographer by trade, Mike Walker approaches subjects with the intention...

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Why not Ask Us? It’s April!

Why not Ask Us? It’s April!

It's a great time to use one of our best services

Let’s face it: the last half of...

Archives & MIT history
Access and analyze census, business, and marketing data in SimplyMap

Access and analyze census, business, and marketing data in SimplyMap

Create an account to save maps, reports, and more

Members of the...

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“Water, Water, Every Where…” [1]

“Water, Water, Every Where…” [1]

Libraries resources on the topic of water

One of the most active areas of ongoing...

Social sciences

Synthesis eBooks: A great place to start in EECS

Overviews of cutting-edge topics in EECS and more

The MIT Libraries is...

Engineering
OA research in the news: Why Only Us?

OA research in the news: Why Only Us?

New book co-written by Noam Chomsky explores the evolution of language

Alfred Russel Wallace, a naturalist...

Scholarly communication

Searching in harsh environments

March 15, 2016 12 - 1pm

A brown bag with Ophir Frieder

A Libraries & Big Data Brown Bag brought to you...

Science
Workshop: Increase the reproducibility of your research

Workshop: Increase the reproducibility of your research

March 21, 2016 1 - 4pm

Learn the Open Science Framework

Calling all MIT researchers — want to work...

Scholarly communication