Archives’ February exhibit focuses on radar training at MIT during World War II

The subject of the February Object of the Month exhibit by the Institute Archives and Special Collections is “Harbor View: Radar…

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MIT Libraries booksale, Friday 2/24, 10-3

MIT Libraries booksale Books on a variety of subjects will be available. Friday, February 24, 10-3 Bush Room 10-105 Questions? gifts-lib@mit.edu or x3-5693 All proceeds benefit the Libraries’ Preservation Fund. MIT COMMUNITY…

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Wiley journal backfiles now online

The MIT Libraries have purchased backfiles to Wiley journals in the Polymer and Materials…

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Books are on the move in the Humanities Library

During the next four weeks, visitors to the Humanities Library will notice B. Stimpson & Son movers doing major shifting of materials throughout the building. This move is…

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CDs for your weekend listening

The Lewis Music Library’s CDs and DVDs circulate for 3 days, so discs checked out on Friday are due on Monday (closing is 6 pm during IAP). Here are…

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Google or Google Scholar? That is the question!

Would you like to learn more about Google Scholar and how it can help you…

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Umbrella Installation at Rotch

Come see The Umbrella Collection by Leo Shieh “A commentary on urban utopia, and the voracious real estate market in NYC. ” The exhibit will be up through January.

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IAP event today, January 20: “All the Presidents — Men and Woman”

Reference Archivist Nora Murphy of the MIT Institute Archives and Special Collections will share facts and anecdotes about MIT’s sixteen presidents – from the first (Rogers) to…

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New Proquest Business Databases!

Four new business databases from ProQuest are now available to the MIT community: ABI/INFORM Dateline is a fulltext database covering more than 140 local, city, state, and regional business…

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