Library Newsletter

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Current Stories

Additional News

  • Here's A Way To Google Black History Like Never Before: From the Huffington Post - The Google Cultural Institute has made rare historical artifacts -- including writings by Martin Luther King and Frederick Douglass -- digitally accessible.
  • Go Global, Perspectives for International Careers: Please join the Political Science and International Studies Department in the DisCo at 4pm on Thursday, February 11th, for the next installment of the Go Global series, featuring Michael Stanton ‘13 and Kyle Schuberg ‘08. Stanton and Schuberg will reflect on their experiences as students, with an emphasis on the types of assignments, curricular and extra-curricular engagements that have proven most helpful to them post-Stonehill. 
  • Black History Month Dinner & Movie Series: The Office of Intercultural Affairs will be hosting two brown bag dinner & movie events in the coming weeks. Join them on Monday, February 15th, at 5pm in Duffy 149 for the film Black Is, Black Ain't, and on Monday, February 22nd at 5pm in Duffy 149 for the film The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross. Read more about the Office's Black History Month programming here
  • Watching Streaming Videos on Swank: The Library uses a streaming service called Swank to provide Stonehill users with access to major motion pictures. Our tips for viewing these films are available here.
  • HARI Demonstration: On Tuesday, February 23rd at 9am in the DisCo, the Library will host a demonstration of HARI, a new discovery environment designed to produce inferential semantic relationships among millions of digital documents. More information coming soon!
  • New York Times GroupPass: It's the start of a new semester, so be sure to activate or reactivate your New York Times GroupPass while on Hillspot. To activate your pass click here.
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