Vail Balloon Prints to be Digitized

Thanks to the generosity of Thomas F. Peterson, Jr. ’57, the MIT Libraries will begin a project to digitize its Vail Balloon…

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Gift Supports Life Science Collections

A $400,000 gift from the Clive W. Lacy and Mona M. Lacy Trusts was recently awarded to the Libraries to fund…

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MIT GIS lab walk-in assistance hours extended

The GIS Lab walk-in hours have been extended. A GIS specialist will now be available for walk-in assistance in the GIS Lab from 1-4pm Monday through Thursday….

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New Podcast: Professor Eric von Hippel on Openness, Innovation, and Scholarly Publishing

The third episode in a new series of podcasts on various aspects of scholarly publishing & copyright is now available. In the new…

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Participate in a Survey of the Libraries’ Copying, Printing & Scanning Services

The MIT Libraries want to learn about your copying, printing and scanning needs and how well we are meeting them. We are currently…

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ArcGIS II – 10/26, 2-4pm

Fall GIS Lab workshops This class will introduce a variety of commonly used GIS tools, including learning…

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Senate Approves Strengthened Open Access Mandate for NIH

Last night the US Senate approved the Appropriations Bill that strengthens the National Institutes of Health’s (NIH) Public Access Policy,  requiring NIH-sponsored research to be made openly available on…

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Make off-campus access to online journals easier with the LibX toolbar!

The MIT Libraries have customized an open-source, Firefox toolbar, called LibX, that makes accessing journal articles from off campus much easier. LibX also allows…

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More new arrivals in the Humanities Library

Check out some of these new titles, which have just recently graced our shelves. The…

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