RefWorks bibliographic software now available free to the MIT community

The MIT Libraries have subscribed to RefWorks. RefWorks is a web-based resource designed to help organize references and create bibliographies. RefWorks makes it easier to write papers as well as…

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MIT’s Head Humanities Librarian elected to ALA Council

MIT’s Head Humanities Librarian, Theresa Tobin, was elected to the American Library Association (ALA) Council in May of this year. The Council is the governing body…

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Apply online for access to Harvard’s Countway Library

MIT Libraries has an agreement with Harvard University’s Countway Library of Medicine that allows graduate students, research staff, and faculty to apply for borrowing privileges, and undergraduate…

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Learn about Google Scholar, Friday July 29

JulyAP Information Workshops Attend these hands-on workshops to learn more about finding and using information effectively. It’s like IAP, only warmer! WHERE: 14N-132 (Digital Instruction Resource Center – DIRC) WHEN:…

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Music Index Online now available

Researching a music topic? Check out Music Index Online which lists more than one million citations from 725 music periodicals dating from 1978 to 2005. Find…

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New! Business Source Premier

Business Source Elite has been replaced by Business Source Premier, which now contains full text for over 8,000 publications, including scholarly and trade journals. New content categories…

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Learn about RSS feeds on Friday, July 22

JulyAP Information Workshops Attend these hands-on workshops to learn more about finding and using information effectively. It’s like IAP, only warmer! WHERE: 14N-132 (Digital Instruction Resource Center – DIRC) WHEN: …

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MIT Libraries launches news blog

Find out about book sales, library hours, classes, author readings, new library resources and more! Bookmark our news blog at http://news-libraries.mit.edu/ or subscribe to our RSS feeds….

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