August 2015 News

Arts Library inside Rudolph/Loria
August 31, 2015
Our librarians have already met many new students through orientation sessions, and look forward to meeting more of you in the next few weeks. Regular academic year hours resume on Wednesday, September 2, for both the Arts Library and Arts Library Special Collections. Here is the Arts Databases...
August 26, 2015
New freshman students will be welcomed to the Library on Wednesday September 16, from 4–5:30pm, at a reception hosted by their personal librarians in the Selin Courtyard, located in Sterling Memorial Library. The Personal Librarian Program pairs every freshman student with their very own librarian...
August 26, 2015
The summer/fall issue of Nota Bene: News from the Yale Library is now accessible online. Printed copies are also available on request from librarycommunications@yale....
August 21, 2015
Tours of Sterling Memorial (SML) and Bass Libraries, designed especially for new graduate students, are being offered on 3 dates in August – the 25, 26 & 28. Each tour will include the SML stacks and reading rooms, a peek at some unusual collections, and information about important (and useful...
August 21, 2015
Save the date for the 2015 Day of Data conference on September 18! The theme this year will be innovation and research collaboration currently underway among partners across Yale. Presentations will focus on data produced and analyzed in the sciences, social sciences, humanities, and medicine....
August 5, 2015
A USA Today article reported that Sterling Memorial Library (one of the 15 libraries that comprise the Yale Library system) – which has constantly topped the list of best college libraries in America – has done it again with the Princeton Review naming it the "best college library" in the nation...
August 5, 2015
Henricus Martellus, a German cartographer working in Florence in the late 15th century, produced a highly detailed map of the known world. According to experts, there is strong evidence that Christopher Columbus studied this map and that it influenced his thinking before his fateful voyage....