Spring is coming…? Maybe? There is so much going on, but first let me wish you a happy…
- National Library Week (April 13-19)
- Math Awareness Month: Mathematics, Magic, and Mystery
- National Poetry Month
- And even though it’s passed, Graduate Appreciation Week (April 5-11)
Now onto the highlights:
- Kresge Library Newsletter – Spring 2014
- Celebrating BASIC at 50 – library exhibit and additional info/resources
- Spring Challenge: Crack this Code!
- Edible Book Festival – Kresge’s “Cosmos”-politans entry
Around the libraries:
- Library Teaching Quarterly – Spring 2014
- Reframing History: Ernest Everett Just, Class of 1907
- Book Arts Prize Program 2014 – submit entries by May 30
- Try out Scopus through April 30th and send us feedback!
- Thoughts on Open Educational Resources
- LaTeX and BibTeX resource guide
- Cell Phone Charging Stations in Baker-Berry
- Text and Data Mining DCAL lunch is April 21.
- “Your Future In Science” one-day workshop (Neukom) is April 26. Science librarians (myself included) will be on site with helpful information and library resources.
- Annual Thesis Writers’ Bootcamp at Kresge is April 27. Special invitations forthcoming.
- 23rd Annual Karen E. Wetterhahn Symposium is May 22. The poster prep session is May 8 –lead by myself and Dave Izzo (Biomedical Libraries).
- Congrats to the winners of the Graduate Poster Session! We will frame each poster and hang them in Kresge’s Student Reseach Poster Gallery in June.