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LITS welcomes applications for Graduate Student Fellowships

The Laney Graduate School and several Emory partner entities offer fellowships to advanced graduate students.  (see all fellowships here)   Emory Library & Information Technology Services (LITS) is offering 7 fellowships for 2015-2016. Five Woodruff/ECDS Graduate Fellowships (available to any full time students in a doctoral program in candidacy at the time of application) Woodruff…

B-SIDE Modernism – January 23 + 24

Join us January 23 + 24, 2015 for the B-SIDE Modernism Conference in the Jones Room, Woodruff Library (10am-6pm) For a detailed schedule, click here: http://nonsite.org/events The last 50 years of literary scholarship on modernism have resulted in some vital realignments of the canon, expanding and challenging earlier visions of what modernism is and isn’t. …

“You Filled My Cup”

“You filled my cup” is one of the many comments Woodruff Library staff heard from the students who attended the Pet Therapy Study Break at the library on Friday December 5. While library staff did indeed fill many cups — i.e. water bowls — the ones who REALLY provided the “cup-filling” were the wonderful dogs…

Emory Libraries new Course Reserves application

This past May, Emory Libraries launched Course Reserves, a new tool for Library patrons (staff, faculty and students) to access course materials identified by faculty for their classes. Physical materials (books, videos, music, etc.) are kept on reserve in various Emory Libraries, and electronic materials are available through Course Reserves.  Course Reserves is replacing an…

Understanding Archives: Fall Brownbag on 9/24 at noon

Understanding Archives: Fall Brownbag Wednesday, September 24, 2014 12:00-1:15 LOCATION: Candler Library, Room 119  Bring your lunch and join the discussion about doing archival research!  In a moderated panel, Cecily Boles and Catherine Barth will detail their experiences doing research in archives during the summer of 2014. They will examine the similarities and differences of…

Using the Unique: Archives Research Program – apply by 9/28

The Archives Research Program is offering graduate research training in archives and special collections this fall break, with applications due by September 28th Using the Unique is an intensive, two-day research training program intended for Humanities and Social Science graduate students. Over the course of two days, it will train students to understand the processing,…

Woodruff Library Open House for International Undergraduates!

Join us at the Woodruff Library on Friday August 29 from 2-4 p.m. in the Jones Room on Level 3 for an Open House for International Undergraduate students. We will have international desserts AND you can participate in a scavenger hunt to win prizes. The scavenger hunt will help you learn about some of the…

New exhibit: “Library Almanac 2014: A Guide to the Library and its Curiosities”

Just as farmers consult almanacs for information about the weather and guides to planting crops, members of the Emory community and new students will have an “almanac” to consult for information about the library and guides to using its collections and services. “Library Almanac 2014: A Guide to the Library and its Curiosities,” is an…

Call for Applications: OpenCon 2014 Travel Scholarship

Are you an Emory University student or early career researcher interested in Open Access, Open Data, and/or Open Education? If so, the Emory Scholarly Communications Office (SCO) has a scholarship opportunity for you! SCO is providing a travel scholarship to this year’s OpenCon 2014, a conference organized by the Right to Research Coalition at SPARC…

Woodruff Library Building: Pictures of the Week – July 31

Woodruff Library Building: Pictures of the Week July 31:     Related Links: MARBL’s major renovation is planned for completion in fall 2015. To follow the progress, please see the MARBL renovation page. Summer projects: Woodruff Library’s level 2 renovation to foster group collaboration, enhance mobile device use

Notes on Il Cinema Ritrovato

This year I finally had the opportunity to attend–and participate in–the annual Il Cinema Ritrovato film festival in Bologna, Italy. Hosted by the Cineteca di Bologna, the festival features a truly global range of newly restored films, retrospectives and curated glimpses into forgotten avenues of film history. Screenings take place in the Cineteca’s screening rooms…

Woodruff Library Building: Pictures of the Week –July 24

Woodruff Library Building: Pictures of the Week July 24: Double click to enlarge photos Related Links: MARBL’s major renovation is planned for completion in fall 2015. To follow the progress, please see the MARBL renovation page. Summer projects: Woodruff Library’s level 2 renovation to foster group collaboration, enhance mobile device use