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A major milestone in the restoration of the gothic-style entrance nave to Sterling Memorial Library occurred in January when the project passed the halfway point. Much of the restoration work has taken place out of sight, since the project began in June of 2013, behind a specially constructed...
As part of Sterling Memorial Library’s nave restoration project and planned service enhancements, patrons may collect requested library materials from the new self-serve hold shelf, located in the Franke Periodical Reading Room, starting Monday, November 25th. Faculty, staff and students are...
Learn research-based tips on simple diet and exercise interventions that women can include in their daily lives to reduce the risk for heart disease. The acronym IN SHAPE, developed by Dr. Alexander, will be used to more easily recall the steps to a healthier, heart disease-free life. Ivy M....
January 16-April 18 Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library Many of the productions that we now consider highlights in the history of African Americans on the stage—Shuffle Along (1921), The Green Pastures (1930), Porgy and Bess (1935)—were performed by entirely African American casts. This...
The spring issue of Nota Bene: News from the Yale Library is now online, featuring news and resources from around the Yale Library system: http://web.library.yale.edu/yul-publications
For some, the phrase “born digital resources” may be unfamiliar, but Ricky Erway, Senior Program Officer at OCLC Research wrote a brief essay entitled Defining “Born Digital”, which provides a handy, working definition: “items created and managed in digital form.” Manuscripts and Archives, the...
The July issue of the Digital Initiatives & Technology newsletter is now available online at: http://enews.library.yale.edu/digital/july2013.html

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