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LITS Libraries PowerPoint template

Emory University maintains a comprehensive and robust set of branding standards. We all know the Emory shield, but University branding also includes a selection of colors, fonts, and unit identities that help present Emory as the unique enterprise that it is. Signage, business cards, letterheads and PowerPoint templates all play a part in this as […]

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New article honors the life and times of Pellom McDaniels III

Emory Libraries honored Pellom McDaniels III this week with an interactive article that showcases his life and scholarly contributions. Written by Maureen McGavin and designed by Norman Hulme, with input from the  Rose Library and from Advancement & Alumni Relations, “Lifting Every Voice” puts into perspective his magnificent impact on Emory and the larger world. […]

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Colin Bragg, Sr. Web Content Strategist, Campus and Community Relations

Colin Bragg has moved over to CCR’s Marketing and Communications team where he will serve as the newly created senior web content strategist for Emory Libraries. Prior to this new role Colin was a member of the Access Services team where he was the Woodruff Library reserves coordinator for six years, and in the Music […]

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LITS Online News survey: We need your input

Campus and Community Relations (CCR) would like to invite you to complete an online survey about the LITS Online News, your weekly internal newsletter. We have not conducted a survey since 2018, and this year’s is particularly important because we are in the process of updating the overall format of the newsletter to more modern […]

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Inspiration leads to a timely MLK dedication

I attended our monthly DEI Committee meeting January 15 that had Emory’s chief diversity officer, Dr. Carol Henderson, as the guest speaker.  Dr. Henderson’s talk was one of review, having completed her first semester here at Emory. She spoke about meetings with student groups, executive leadership, campus life and human resources. She talked of climate […]

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Emory Libraries open external exhibit at a new school

The “Speak What Must Be Spoken” project, which successfully debuted at Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School last year as part of a program to engage Atlanta’s community, has now moved to Drew Charter School in Decatur. An opening celebration for the exhibit was held last week and featured Drew students displaying original artwork and […]

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Emory Libraries Fall Magazine is out and available online

The Emory Libraries Fall Magazine was published before the holiday break and is now available online at web.library.emory.edu/documents/libraries-magazine/Libraries-Magazine_2018-Fall.pdf. This issue’s theme is “Innovation,” and the magazine explores how the Emory Libraries applied technological and academic innovation in 2018. Among the initiatives covered are creating an oral history archive at Emory, a grant in support of Wikipedia in higher education, […]

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