Monthly Archives: July 2020

Interesting COVID risk assessment tool

My family lives in Walton County, and my sister seems to think that because they live in the country, they are immune to the COVID-19 virus.  Meanwhile, I am trying to protect my parents, who are in there 70’s, and keep everyone safe. It’s hard to explain probability when you have no data, but this […]

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WSJ access for Emory staff, students and faculty

Thanks to the hard work of Core Systems, we now have access to the Wall Street Journal for current Emory students, faculty and staff. Beginning in July 2020, the Emory Libraries are offering a NEW Wall Street Journal digital access program! With our new program, Emory students, faculty, and staff will have continuous access to the digital version of Wall Street Journal […]

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SAVE THE DATE! Anti-Racist Forum for Emory Libraries

The DEI, LEAF, and LAC leadership will be hosting a second Anti-Racist Forum for Emory Libraries on July 29, 2020 at 11 am. A registration email will be forthcoming. In the meantime, please save the date! We want to ensure that this Forum serves you. Do you have a specific topic you would like to discuss […]

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Two new libguides: Black Lives Matter and Social Justice Corner

Members of the Emory community have created two new guides worth checking out! Emory’s Black Lives Matter LibGuide contains resources and information about how to take action. Materials included in the guide have been crowdsourced by library staff. If you have suggestions of additional resources or organizations that you would like included, please add them to […]

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Pet(s) of the Week: Bobo and Premium

My significant other Chris and I adopted our cats, Bobo and Premium, on the same day from the Atlanta Humane Society. Although they’re from different litters, they became best buddies within moments of meeting each other. They’re three years old now and totally adore each other, and us. We’ve been naming our pets after cartoon […]

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LITS recent headlines and upcoming events

Recent LITS headlines: ECDS news: ECDS welcomes Alexander Cors as new graduate student coordinator fellow, by Amy Li ECDS news: Reflection, Ian Burr: “Well, we did promise you a virtual experience” (Remote teaching reflection experience, by Amy Li Emory Report news: Georgia Coast Atlas: A Portal to Hidden Stories Upcoming LITS events: (go HERE for […]

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Save the date for LEAP! event and SCA Program details

On behalf of the PATH Committee and our co-chairs Shoba Mallik and Keith Covert, I am pleased to announce the annual LEAP! (LITS Employee Appreciation Party) event, honoring and thanking employees through service and significant contribution awards, is happening! Please save the date of Thursday, September 24 from 1:30 to 3:00 pm for our re-imagined, […]

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