Poetry in the Archives

For National Poetry Month, a poem from MIT faculty papers housed in the Institute Archives and Special Collections. “Ode to a...

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The art and science of letterlocking

Long before email, text, and instant message, important words were passed discreetly from closed palm to palm with a knowing glance...

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Cambridge Science Festival: Letterlocking at MIT

Many thanks to the 100+participants including families, students, colleagues, faculty, and staff members who visited the MIT Libraries letterlocking table in Lobby 10...

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Cite your data sources!

    You’re familiar with the importance of citing the literature that you use in your paper.  But did you know that...

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Discovering the Libraries: Enriching and simplifying research

By MIT Libraries’ student blogger, Pri Tembhekar Hello everyone! It is research season! Well at least many of us have design projects,...

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Last open mic this semester – Friday, May 2

Join us for the final open mic this semester in the Lewis Music Library, one last chance to try out the...

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Composer Florian Hollerweger: Thursday, May 1

Composer forum series: Florian Hollerweger The Revolution is Hear! Sound Art, the Everyday, and Aural Awareness. Date: Thursday, May 1, 2014...

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Giant letter to be locked shut April 23, Lobby 10, 12:30pm

Come celebrate the Cambridge Science Festival with the MIT Libraries. Visit our table in Lobby 10 from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. on Wednesday, April 23 to learn...

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Still the #1 database for research literature in computer science, electrical engineering, and applied physics! Inspec: Covers material from 1896 to...

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