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  • 360 Symposium for Teaching with Technology
    This April 23 symposium brings together faculty, instructors, lecturers, learning designers, academic technologists, and students to share and showcase a wide variety of innovative and effective uses of technology in teaching and learning. Continue reading » [The University of Chicago Libr]
  • 359 Giving Day 2019
    Your support will enable the Library to continue serving as a vibrant hub for the University community, advancing the objectives of students and faculty across campus. Continue reading » [The University of Chicago Libr]
  • 358 Register today for the Library’s Spring Quarter workshops
    The University of Chicago Library is offering a variety of workshops and programs during Spring Quarter highlighting tools, resources, and services available to you to support your work. Learn about GIS, data management, using Zotero and EndNote, and more. Space is limited, so register for sessions... [Rebecca Starkey]
  • 357 April 12 deadline for the Crerar Writing Prize for College students
    Are you an undergraduate interested in science, medicine, and/or technology? Have you written a scientific paper that would be of interest to a general audience? Consider submitting a paper for the John Crerar Foundation Writing Prize. Continue reading » [Rebecca Starkey]
  • 356 New center fuses media arts, data, and design
    At the University of Chicago, the disciplines come together at the Media Arts, Data, and Design (MADD) Center, creating a new collaborative space for experimentation, discovery and impact. The 20,000-square-foot center in the John Crerar Library opens February 25. Continue reading » [The University of Chicago]
  • 355 Love Data Week workshops explore data in everyday life, Feb. 11-14
    Love Data Week’s theme this year is “data in everyday life,” with a special focus on open data and data justice. Join us for workshops, events, and a chance to learn more about data services at the University of Chicago Library. Continue reading » [Elizabeth Foster, Social Scien]
  • 354 Laptop and phone chargers now available at Eckhart
    Laptop and phone chargers are now available for checkout at Eckhart Library. If your device is running low, feel free to check one out. Chargers available include Macbooks, PCs, Androids, IPhones and IPads. Continue reading » [Jennifer Hart]
  • 353 Register today for the Library’s Winter Quarter workshops
    Learn about academic publishing, GIS, data resources, citation management, copyright and more. Space is limited, so register for sessions today! Continue reading » [Rebecca Starkey]
  • 352 Win a Brooker Prize for Undergraduate Book Collecting
    Second- and fourth-year College students at the University of Chicago with a theme-focused book collection are invited to apply for the T. Kimball Brooker Prize for Undergraduate Book Collecting. Continue reading » [The University of Chicago Libr]
  • 351 Apply now for 7 new graduate student fellowships at UChicago Library
    The fellowships are designed to give graduate students opportunities to explore alternative scholarly careers and to build skills and knowledge in new areas of scholarship. Interested graduate students are encouraged to apply by Jan. 15. Continue reading » [The University of Chicago Libr]
  • 350 The Fetus in Utero: From Mystery to Social Media
    Embark on a 500-year visual journey of images of the fetus in utero, from Renaissance woodcuts to modern medical images. This exhibition is on view in the Special Collections Research Center from January 2 to April 12. Continue reading » [The University of Chicago Libr]
  • 349 Issues of Medicine on the Midway available on UChicago Campus Publications
    Issues of Medicine on the Midway from 1944 to 1981 have been digitized and are now available on The University of Chicago Campus Publications website, along with other digitized campus publications.  University of Chicago Campus Publications is a digital collection … Continue reading&#... [Deb Werner]
  • 348 Issues of ‘Medicine on the Midway’ available on UChicago Campus Publications
    Issues of Medicine on the Midway from 1944 to 1981 have been digitized and are now available on The University of Chicago Campus Publications website. Formerly titled Bulletin of the Medical Alumni Association, this periodical was published by the School … Continue reading » [Deb Werner]
  • 347 Riccardo Levi-Setti, physicist and paleontologist
    Riccardo Levi-Setti, emeritus professor, died earlier this month. He began his career as a physicist but went on to research and publish prolifically in paleontology Continue reading » [Jennifer Hart]
  • 346 Learn about turkeys with Library research guide
    From turkey recipes to turkey economics to turkey history, the guide highlights a rich range of resources that will help you bring good food and informed conversation to your holiday table. Continue reading » [The University of Chicago Libr]
  • 345 Celebrate GIS Day at the Library
    Celebrate GIS Day on Nov. 14, 2018, by browsing maps and atlases, exploring CARTO and ArcGIS tools, and joining a map-a-thon. Continue reading » [Andrea Twiss-Brooks]
  • 344 New guide to papers of physicist Lalitha Chandrasekhar
    The Lalitha Chandrasekhar Papers are now open for research. Lalitha Chandrasekhar (1910-2013) was married to Nobel Prize-winning astrophysicist and longtime University of Chicago professor Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar. She was born in Madras, India and spent much of her childhood there. The … Conti... [Ashley Gosselar]
  • 343 Expanding services for faculty in a changing environment
    The Library is launching new initiatives, developing cutting-edge skills among our librarians, and bringing on new staff members who can assist researchers in this changing scholarly environment. Continue reading » [Brenda L. Johnson, Library Dir]
  • 342 Scientific reproducibility, data management, and inspiration
    Science faculty are taking up the challenge to publish their research in ways that are more easily reproduced. Librarians are collaborating with them to ensure that rigorously collected data, metadata, and algorithms are preserved and made accessible to the research community. Continue reading » [Rachel Rosenberg]
  • 341 Opening a GIS Hub at Crerar Library
    Thanks to a generous gift from the Kathleen and Howard Zar Science Library Fund and support from the Library Council, the University of Chicago Library is developing a GIS Hub at the John Crerar Library to enable geospatial research and learning activities on campus. Continue reading » [Cecilia Smith, GIS and Maps Li]