Author: Ellen Finnie

Therapy dogs return to Hayden for spring term

Therapy dogs return to Hayden for spring term

April 1, 2016 2 pm - 4 pm

We are continuing Furry First Fridays, the popular therapy dogs program, for the spring term. On the first Friday of February,...

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Study break: Cookies with Canines

Study break: Cookies with Canines

December 10, 2015 2 pm - 3:30 pm

Cookies with Canines, the popular therapy dogs program for exam week, continues. Take a break from your studies to come to Hayden...

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Downloads of open access articles hit new monthly peak

In October 2015, downloads of the 18,000 articles deposited in DSpace@MIT in accordance with the MIT Faculty Open Access Policy topped...

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Springer ejournals & book chapters now available for use in MITx courses

The MIT Libraries have just signed a contract with Springer that allows for use of their ejournals and ebooks in MITx...

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Springer ejournals and ebooks can now be mined

The MIT Libraries have recently signed a contract with Springer that allows material published by Springer to be text- and data-mined...

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Open Access information table Thursday in lobby 10

October 23, 2015 10am - 2pm

  In honor of International Open Access Week, the Libraries’ Office of Scholarly Publishing, Copyright & Licensing is hosting a table...

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Global reach: Open access stories available

Global reach: Open access stories available

There’s a new way to hear the voices of readers from around the globe who have benefited from¬†access to articles shared...

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Royal Society of Chemistry offers vouchers to publish open access articles

The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) is continuing its experimental program that provides vouchers to authors, allowing them to publish their...

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Reclaiming Copyright: An Opportunity to take back your rights

Starting in 2013, authors began to have the ability to reclaim copyrights they transferred to a publisher in 1978 or later....

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