September 2016 News

September 16, 2016
Join us for this Arts and Humanities Book Talk on Tuesday, September 20, at 4:30pm in the Sterling Memorial Library Lecture Hall. From one election cycle to the next, a defining question continues to divide the country's political parties: Should the government play a major or a minor role in the...
September 15, 2016
Yale Day of Data 2016 December 1 and 2 The Center for Science and Social Science Information, the Yale Center for Research Computing, and the Yale Digital Humanities Lab are excited to announce the schedule for the upcoming Yale Day of Data. The theme for 2016 will be open data, open software,...
Avalon Logo
September 14, 2016
During the Fall 2016 semester, the Gilmore Music Library will be piloting a new audio and video streaming service, a replacement for the Variations Digital Music System, called Avalon. Initially Avalon will be used to provide e-reserve content for classes, offering mediated streaming access (...
Atrium of Haas Arts Library
September 13, 2016
Arts librarians have already met many new students in orientation sessions, and we hope your fall term is off to a good start. Changes in effect this fall: You can now choose Haas as a pickup point for Interlibrary Loan materials as well as Borrow Direct and Eli Express books. Arts Library Special...
EAL classrooms
September 12, 2016
Hope you all had a great start of the new semester. We are very delighted to announce that a NEW online booking system for our classrooms, SML 207 and SML 218 is now available for you to easily reserve a room with us. You can access it from here: http://schedule.yale.edu/booking/EAL. The new...
Out of the Sky by Werner Pfeiffer
September 9, 2016
Pfeiffer published "Out of the Sky: Remembering 9/11" in commemoration of the fifth anniversary and “in memory of the victims of 9-11.”  As presented, the work is in its completed state.  However, the intention of the artist is for the reader to “read” the piece during assembly.  He writes in the...
September 8, 2016
In 1841 the Yale Corporation appointed alumnus Edward Elbridge Salisbury (class of 1832) as professor of Arabic and Sanskrit languages and literature, the first such position in the Americas. This exhibit marks the 175th anniversary of his appointment and explores his scholarly development, his...

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