In late December, we surveyed Stanford faculty in the Schools of Humanities & Sciences, Engineering, Education, and Earth Sciences about the “many kinds of resources that might be important to your research”. We are still working on a full analysis of all the data generated by the survey, but wanted to go ahead and start sharing some initial results.
Blog topic: News
You can listen to Smith's interviews with Tony Bennett, Burt Bacharach, Ray Charles, George Harrison, Mick Jagger, Paul McCartney, and Dave Brubeck (who died today at age 91), to name just a few.
Enjoy winter holiday books available in the Stanford University Libraries’ collection.
Some holiday titles:
African-American holidays, festivals, and celebrations : the history, customs, and symbols associated with both traditional and contemporary religious and secular events observed by Americans of African descent
This evening: Kennedy, Khrushchev: 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis: a talk by Professor Barton J. Bernstein
The Lane Medical Library is presenting the Open Everything Series, with three events over the course of the next week:
1. Trends and Emerging Issues Relating to Open Access, Open Data with Lauren Schoenthaler, Senior University Counsel, Stanford University
Tuesday, 2- 3:30 pm, LK102
The Hume Writing Center now has satellite drop-in tutoring hours in the lobby of Green Library's East Wing on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 4:00 to 5:00 pm.
From the Hume Writing Center's web page: "Drop-in writing consultants are undergraduates who have been trained to help students at any stage of the writing process and can work with any piece of writing, from a Thinking Matters or PWR essay to a grant proposal or cover letter."