OpenStreetMap Event Nov. 7

OpenStreetMap is a free editable map of the world. It is open data, made by people like you. It includes things like streets, buildings, sidewalks, bike paths, and anything…

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Peter Diamond's Books on Display in Dewey Library

In honor of Peter Diamond’s receipt of the 2010 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences, the Libraries have put its collection of his books…

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Support for Open Access Publishing from MIT Libraries

The MIT Libraries provide support for MIT authors who wish to publish their work openly, with no barriers to access for readers from anywhere in the world. The newly redesigned…

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In The Open: MIT Faculty Open Access Policy

As reported today by the MIT News Office, a year after the MIT Libraries began implementing the faculty’s ground-breaking open access policy, nearly 2,000 scholarly articles are now…

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Open Access Articles Collection: One Year Later

We are celebrating the one-year anniversary of the MIT Open Access Articles Collection. Since its launch in October, 2009, the collection housing the faculty’s scholarly articles has steadily…

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First Use of New Open Access Publishing Fund for MIT Faculty

Earlier this year the MIT Libraries established a special fund, the MIT Open Access Article Publication Subvention Fund (OAAPSF), to support equity in open access publication by providing funding…

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Two New Citation Management classes added!

Due to popular demand we’ve added these additional sessions in October. Managing Your References:   Overview of EndNote, RefWorks, and Zotero WHEN:   Thursday, October…

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New textbook submission form sends requests to Libraries and Coop!

The Textbook Information Provisioning (TIP) group, a joint effort between the MIT Libraries, IS&T,…

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New Video: Hal Abelson on the MIT Faculty Open Access Policy

In a new video, Professor Hal Abelson, Class of 1922 Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, and co-chair of the Ad-Hoc Faculty Committee on Open Access Publishing, speaks…

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