Library Newsletter

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Current Stories

Additional News

  • Brain Drives, Climate Change, and Doing Good - A Neurosurgeon's Dilemma: On Thursday, September 22nd at 7pm, the Growing Climate Justice at Stonehill Initiative will host its first event of the year in the Martin Institute; you can read more about the event here.
  • Dean's Forum:  Please join us on September 23rd at 2:30pm in the DisCo. Connie Cabello, Director of Intercultural Affairs, and Phyllis Thompson, Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning, will present "The Freedom to Both Think and Feel: A Conversation about Triggers and Learning in Higher Education." Campuses nation-wide are discussing the furor stirred up by the University of Chicago's letter to incoming students announcing its commitment to "the freedom to espouse and explore a wide range of ideas," and its suspicion of "so-called 'trigger warnings.'" Does Stonehill need to "take a stand" on safe spaces and trigger warnings? What approaches best serve our students and our faculty? For background, you might take a look at this coverage in the Chronicle: http://tinyurl.com/zgcurdn
  • Book Launch: Please join us on September 30th at 2:30pm in the MacPhaidin Library for the launch of Associate Professor of Criminology Anne Marie Rocheleau's new book, Hard Time: A Fresh Look at Understanding and Reforming the Prison
  • Food in the Library: With the start of the new year, new students may be wondering where they can both eat and study. Food is allowed on all floors of the library, and signs indicate the noise levels for each floor. Come see us if you're looking for a noisy or quiet space to snack and study!
  • Changes to the Bloomberg Training Course: Click here for news for Bloomberg users.
  • Looking for MobilePrint? Students will find the link for mobile printing on the left-hand side of their home page in MyHill.
  • New library discovery tool available for beta testing on campus!  Stonehill joins MIT and Stanford as one of the first beta testers of Yewno's educational tool for discovery.  Faculty that are interested in using Yewno for their fall courses should contact their library liaison to discuss ideas.  More information is available on the Yewno LibGuide
  • Continuing the conversation on diversity from Academic Development week, the MacPhaidin Library has created a LibGuide on Diversity and Inclusion.  This LibGuide will be updated so be sure to check back frequently.
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