Check out our Cassiciacum Dialogue XIV: Heidegger, the Holocaust, and History guide here:
Librarian Elizabeth Sarkodie-Mensah created this guide to support the 2/18 Cassiciacum Dialogue. Browse books, selected articles, and book reviews by Dr. Gregory Fried.
Join us at The Writers House for this year’s celebration of Merrimack scholarship and creativity.
McQuade Library is very proud to present the 12th Annual Tolle Lege Reception on Tuesday, February 3 from 4:00 to 5:30 p.m. in a new location for us: The Writers House.
Speakers this year include:
Taesoo Ahn, Sports Management
Dan Butin, Education
Laura Hall-Seelig, Mathematics
Christina Hardway, Psychology
Joseph Kelley, Religious and Theological Studies
Russell Mayer, Provost’s Office
Please join us in honoring members of our Merrimack community who have contributed to the Tolle Lege collection in the past academic year. Further information, including a bibliography and list of contributors, is available on our website at Tolle Lege LibGuide.
We are especially grateful to The Writers House for co-sponsoring this event.
McQuade Library has published a library guide to support CETL’s upcoming workshop Providing Effective Revision and Feedback Strategies for Writing with Dr. Neal Lerner. The workshop is designed to offer development to instructors by considering ways to employ effective and efficient individualized feedback and to incorporate revision opportunities into their current pedagogy and syllabus for the Spring semester.
Take a look at some of the great resources we have added to the collection this month.
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You can also follow us on Pinterest at http://www.pinterest.com/mcquadelibrary/ to see over 50 resource lists organized by event, category, or theme.
Have an idea for a list? Send it to Joseph St. Germain at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Join us and the Center for the Study of Jewish-Christian-Muslim Relations in observing the 76th anniversary of Kristallnacht, or Night of the Broken Glass, by visiting the library’s display of posters and resources on the 1st floor.
Click here for more information on Kristallnacht: http://goo.gl/dfjknp
Preview some of the resources featured:
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This year’s Last Lecture will be given by Vance Poteat, Associate Professor in both the Computer Science and Electrical Engineering Departments.
The Last Lecture will be held on Tuesday November 18 at 7:30pm in Cascia Hall. More information can be found here.
We asked Vance to select some of his favorite books. Take a look at his selections below and on display in the library.
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We have added a number of new books to the collection this month. Browse them below or at the library. Most new books are on display on the library’s first floor and are available for check out!
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Celebrate Halloween by checking out a scary or Halloween themed movie on display on the library’s 1st floor.
Have a favorite scary movie? Tell us about it in the comments below.
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October 20th-26th is the 8th International Open Access Week! This initiative is designed to bring awareness to issues of research sharing, academic publishing, and accessibility to information. Works that are published as Open Access are immediately available online, at no cost, with limited or no copyright restrictions. As researchers, open accessibility to information means you can get more up-to-date information, when you need it, for free!
We’re joining the effort here at McQuade Library with our own Open Access institutional repository, Merrimack ScholarWorks. Through Merrimack ScholarWorks, we provide researchers, scholars, and students from around the world with free access to the scholarly and artistic works created by members of the Merrimack community. Show your support for Open Access by uploading your work today!
For more information about Merrimack ScholarWorks, or Open Access publishing, please contact Michaela Keating: email@example.com