Hoover’s Online Access Reinstated: Contract Terms Revised to Meet MIT’s Needs

In October, the Libraries reported that Hoover’s Online, a popular database of company information, had been canceled as a...

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MIT Press Publishes First Open Access Journal

On October 25, the MIT Press announced that it is publishing its first Open Access journal: Information Technologies and International Development (ITID) . Laura Esterly, Journals Marketing Manager, summarized this…

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Longer music CD/DVD loan over Thanksgiving weekend!

The Lewis Music Library is offering a special loan period for CDs and DVDs over Thanksgiving weekend. Compact discs or DVDs borrowed Tuesday, Nov. 21 or Wednesday, Nov. 22…

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Borrow books, music and movies at the Bookmobile Tuesday, Nov. 21, from 11-2 in Lobby 10

The Thanksgiving holiday prompts the Humanities and Lewis Music Libraries Bookmobile to hit the road. Come to Lobby 10 to check out your Thanksgiving entertainment. Special loan…

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Tango Club donates CDs to the Lewis Music Library

The MIT Tango Club recently made a donation of 89 compact discs to the Lewis Music Library. The gift includes historic performances by artists such as Rodolfo Biagi,…

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Check out our new beta! The Humanities Virtual Browsery is now a blog

Try out our newest library beta: the Humanities Virtual Browsery has been revamped as a blog. Browse new books online…

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Winner of iPod nano raffle from Lewis Music Library celebration

The winner of the Lewis Music Library’s iPod nano raffle was Evan Lampe (’10). Congratulations, Evan! More than half of the 95 entries included comments about the library. Here…

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MIT Libraries booksale, Thursday 11/30, 10-3

MIT Libraries booksale Books on a variety of subjects will be available. Thursday, November 30th, 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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authors@mit presents Diana Henderson on 11/14 (Tuesday), 5:30 pm

Please join us as MIT’s Diana Henderson discusses her new book, “Collaborations with the Past.” By concentrating on rich yet problematic instances of Shakespeare’s reanimation in such quintessentially modern forms as…

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