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‘Dear Colleague,’ the NSF supports open science! How can you?

‘Dear Colleague,’ the NSF supports open science! How can you?

The recent ‘Dear Colleague’ letter from the National Science Foundation (NSF) highlights the importance the NSF places on information produced throughout the research process and...

Data
The community weighs in on the Hayden renovation

The community weighs in on the Hayden renovation

What we've heard about improving library space

Visitors to Hayden Library have recently been found writing on the walls — at our request. On the stairwell landings between the first and...

Library spaces
Learn more about text mining

Learn more about text mining

HathiTrust Data Capsule workshop series

The MIT Libraries is pleased to announce a series of workshops on text mining with the HathiTrust on June 3. HathiTrust is a collaboration...

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Recall reminder

Recall reminder

Avoid fines this summer with these tips

Congratulations to all the 2019 graduates! If you are graduating and still have books checked out, please note that all items are due by...

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Greg Eow named president of the Center for Research Libraries

Greg Eow, associate director for collections, has been appointed president of the Center for Research Libraries (CRL). CRL is an international consortium of university,...

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Could your dog be a therapy dog?

Could your dog be a therapy dog?

Be a part of therapy dog events on campus

We’re seeking MIT-affiliated dog owners interested in having their dogs certified as therapy dogs. Once your dog is registered, you can attend events such...

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Open access downloads: March 2019

Open access downloads: March 2019

Statistics from the OA collection of DSpace@MIT

The Open Access Collection of DSpace@MIT includes scholarly articles by MIT-affiliated authors made available through open access policies at MIT or publisher agreements. Each month we highlight the...

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April is for poetry!

April is for poetry!

Celebrate National Poetry Month with staff picks

April is National Poetry Month, the most widely celebrated literary event in the world. Take a break from your studies and check out some...

Humanities
Learn with the Libraries: Spring 2019

Learn with the Libraries: Spring 2019

New opportunities to build your skills

Learn about everything from audio recording to data management. Click on a workshop to to learn more and register. March 20, April 10, or...

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