Social Explorer adds Census Maps and Data from 1790 to 1930

Social Explorer provides over 3200 maps, and thousands of variables, painting a picture of US population change from 1790 to 2000. The MIT Libraries’ subscription to Social Explorer provides…

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Patriot’s Day Weekend Bookmobile

Come see, and check out, highlights from The Humanities Library‘s book and DVD collections, and The Lewis Music Library‘s music collections. Details: Date:…

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Violin music concert Friday noon, 4/18/08

Don’t forget! The 6th annual Prokopoff violin music concert will be held from noon-1 pm on Friday, April 18th, 2008 in the Lewis Music…

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ICPSR Summer Program in Quantitative Methods: a Summer of Statistics and Fun!

Need to expand your skills in statistical methods and quantitative analysis? Attend the ICPSR …

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IAPril 2008: EndNote basics

EndNote Basics Peter Cohn, Anita Perkins Learn how to find and use information more effectively in our hands-on workshops. No advanced registration required. Light refreshments will be…

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Introduction to Google Maps API – April 16th, 5pm, 14N-132

Introduction to Google Maps API (5 – 6 pm) Googler Pamela Fox will give a whirlwind tour of the Google Maps API…

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Complete Dictionary of Scientific Biography: Your Favorite Scientists, from A to Z!

Have you even been in Building 10 and wondered what exactly Vannevar Bush did to get the Bush Room named after…

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IAPril 2008: Bioinformatics for Beginners

Bioinformatics for Beginners Amy Stout, Courtney Crummett Learn how to find and use information more effectively in our hands-on workshops. No advanced registration required. Light refreshments…

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NIH Public Access Policy of 2008: New Guide for MIT Authors Available

The new NIH Public Access Policy of 2008 requires all NIH-funded investigators to submit their final, peer-reviewed manuscripts to the NIH’s PubMed Central (PMC) database (the digital archive…

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