Halloween treat: Monster Book of Monsters’ transformation

There have been spooky happenings in the Maihaugen Gallery this Halloween. A medieval chant book, originally from the fifteenth or sixteenth century, has inexplicably transformed into a Harry…

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OA research in the news: Nanoparticles attack aggressive tumors

Schematic drawing of a…

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Final weeks to see “Noteworthy Connections” exhibit

Noteworthy Connections: Music in the MIT Libraries will be on display until December 31, 2013 in the Libraries’ Maihaugen Gallery.

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MIT students engage with open access at Libraries event

Katharine Dunn…

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Save your sound!

Do you have videos of family events, audio recordings of music recitals, or other personal audiovisual treasures? Save your recordings and share…

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Praise for MIT open access articles

More reasons celebrate International Open Access Week, October 21–25 The thank-you note arrived with language echoing…

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Downloads of MIT faculty open access articles top 1.3 million

Articles in the Open Access Articles Collection in DSpace@MIT have been downloaded more than 1,380,000 times since the collection was created in October 2009 to house articles under…

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Global reach: The Open Access Articles Collection at 4

This month, the Open Access Articles Collection, created to house articles made available under the MIT Faculty Open Access Policy, turns four. In those four years, downloads…

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Barker Library closing early on Friday, Oct. 25

Barker Library will close at 4:00pm on Friday, October 25 for the Postdoctoral Association and…

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