University of Chicago begins lending library materials through BorrowDirect

Beginning in August, MIT will be able to tap into the book collections of yet another top institution when the University of Chicago becomes an active member of Borrow Direct,…

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Dambrogio named as MIT Libraries’ new conservator

Jana Dambrogio will join the staff of the MIT Libraries in…

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OA research in the news: Programming with natural language

Researchers in MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory have demonstrated it’s possible to…

Scholarly communication

National Digital Stewardship Alliance releases inaugural agenda for digital stewardship

As members of the National Digital Stewardship Alliance (NDSA), a consortium of over 145 leading government, academic, and private sector organizations committed to long term preservation of digital…

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APIs for scholarly resources: A guide for getting started

APIs, short for application programming interface, are tools used to share content and data between software applications.  APIs are used in many contexts, but some examples include embedding content…

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By JoVE, we’ve got it!

You might be one of the many researchers at MIT enjoying the resource JoVE. It’s a way to “read” and see science in motion! Best explained on its website,“Journal…

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OA research in the news: Challenges for women entrepreneurs

Last month, Dell released its first Gender Global Entrepreneurship and Development Index (GEDI), a…

Business & management

OneMine helps you dig deeper

Although today you won’t find a Course called “Mining Engineering” at MIT, people have been interested from the Institute’s beginning in 1865 (Course 3, geology and mining) through the…

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ILLiad downtime Wednesday, July 24th, noon-5pm

Please be aware that, due to a scheduled software upgrade, ILLiad will be unavailable from 12:00pm –…

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