Zooming in on MIT : A Geocache by the GIS lab at MIT

You will use a GPS (global positioning system) and your puzzle solving skills to work your way through the 12 clues and discover a hidden box of treasure. Each…

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Archives’ September exhibit highlights physics education reform, 1956

The subject of the September Object of the Month exhibit by the Institute Archives and Special Collections is…

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New Webcasts from “IEEE Spectrum”

A new series of tech-oriented webcasts from “IEEE Spectrum” takes an inside look at what is happening in some of today’s hottest technology fields. A…

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Orientation 2006 events at the MIT Libraries through Friday, September 1

Calling all incoming graduate and undergraduate students! Do you like ice cream? Feeling a little nervous about your upcoming course load? …

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Only 2 more weekends for longer CD, DVD loans

There are only two more weekends to take advantage of extra days when you borrow music CDs, DVDs, and iPods! Since the Lewis Music Library is closed Saturdays and…

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Available online until 9/20: Cold Spring Harbor Protocols trial

A trial version of the Cold Spring Harbor (CSH) Protocols is available through Vera until September 20, 2006. …

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Your Spouse/Partner Can Borrow Library Materials

Full library borrowing privileges are available to spouses/domestic partners of MIT employees and students. To obtain…

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Now available: FY2007 Countway Library cards

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

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Faculty/Staff: Request your Course Reserves for the Fall!

It’s that time of year again, and the Libraries have two easy ways to provide Reserve materials for your courses: Print Reserves Request Form Electronic Reserves As always, you…

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