Take a workshop on writing data management plans for your research

Applying for research funding? Need a plan to manage your data? Attend one of our sessions and learn how to write a Data Management Plan (DMP) for your research project. The Scholarly Communications Office is offering four workshops this Fall, with each session focused on different disciplines.  We will cover the basics of a DMP…

Get an Atlanta-Fulton Public Library card on September 23!

Ever since Emory became part of the city of Atlanta, all Emory University students, faculty and staff* are eligible to get an Atlanta Fulton Public Library System (AFPLS) card. And we are making it easy for you to do that right here on campus by partnering with the AFPLS. Get your card at the Pop-up Public…

New Library Workshops on MAXQDA

This semester the Robert W. Woodruff Library will be offering workshops on MAXQDA, a software program that allows you to easily and efficiently code and analyze your qualitative research data. In MAXQDA you can code: text (Word, RTF), PDFs, excel tables, images, audio, video, twitter data, Youtube comments, bibliographic data, websites, and surveys. The workshops…

Gigantic vinyl give-away, Sept. 3–10

The Music and Media library is having a gigantic vinyl give-away Sept. 3–10. There will be over 1500 33 1/3-speed LP records up for grabs. These records were part of a large gift, some of which the library decided not to add to the collection. They are mostly classical records from the 1950s–70s, but there…

Emory Libraries launching preview of newly designed website home page

The Emory University Libraries has launched a preview of the new home page as part of the Libraries Web Redesign project. The long-term goal of the project is to bring all Emory University Libraries, locations, and services under one unified web presence in an effort to improve the user experience. The preview of the home…

The New York Times digital: now available at the Emory Libraries!

Since May 1, 2019, the Emory Libraries has been offering continuous access to the digital, browsable version of The New York Times to Emory students, faculty, and staff. Ready to start reading The New York Times online? Follow these instructions to create an account. The New York Times digital program replaces the Academic Pass, our previous…

Register for the Open Humanities Graduate Student Workshop!

Registration is still open for the Open Humanities Graduate Student Workshop (September 11-12, 2019) cosponsored by the Emory Libraries Scholarly Communications Office, the Emory Center for Digital Scholarship and the Bill and Carol Fox Center for Humanistic Inquiry.   While open access continues to gain traction in the social and natural sciences, the dissemination and…

New Library Workshops for Undergraduates

The Emory Libraries are launching a new workshop series for undergraduates this fall. These workshops will be an opportunity for undergraduates to build-up a number of transferable skills and get to know the libraries a bit better. All workshops are drop-in, so if you’re an Emory undergrad and see a topic that sounds interesting, please…

Welcome new students! What you need to know about Emory Libraries.

Welcome to our new students and welcome back to our returning students! Below are a few things to know about Emory Libraries. But you will also want to check out the Find it, Use it, Get help research guide for links to all our helpful resources. Emory has 8 libraries. Four of the libraries are…

Emory Libraries offers diverse range of drop-in workshops

This fall, Emory Libraries will offer drop-in workshops aimed at supporting students and faculty in learning new skills, programs, and software. “We cover a wide range of topics in our workshops, and we’re always open to hearing feedback, ideas, and suggestions for future workshop programming,” says Sarah Morris, head of instruction and engagement for the…

Rescuing Moldy Photographs

  In April, the Preservation Office of Emory Libraries received photographic items to be treated for mold from the African American Collection of the Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library. These photographs included sixteen studio prints, four tintypes, three ambrotypes, and two larger convex photographs. Mold covered the images due to moisture…

Murals of Tibet

Emory Libraries welcomed the Murals of Tibet into its special collections this year. The Murals of Tibet is the first publication of its kind, presenting some of the oldest surviving murals and spanning 1000 years of Tibetan Buddhist culture. In addition to its breathtaking content, the volume itself is a work of art. This extra-large…