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Yale University Library has signed two innovative agreements that will allow Yale-affiliated authors to publish in any PLOS open access journal without paying article processing charges (APCs). “Our goal is to make open access publishing a more viable option for more Yale researchers in science and medicine, and to support a publication model that will also encourage open access publishing beyond Yale,” said Barbara Rockenbach, the Stephen Gates ’68 University Librarian. An online information session for Yale authors and researchers will be offered on March 8.  Read more.

On Thursday, Feb. 25, 12-1:15 pm, four Yale students will discuss Native American languages across the country. The panel, moderated by Linguistic Professor Claire Bowern, will discuss issues related to language activism, language in Native American communities, Native American languages at Yale, and language loss and reclamation.  Read more.
Closed Bass Library area with yellow caution tape

Bass Library will reopen on  March 1 after a broken pipe flooded the two-level library on Jan. 29. Until then, students can find alternate places to study in Sterling Library, Haas Arts Library, Marx Science and Social Science Library, the Divinity Library, and the Medical Library. Also on March 1, night and weekend hours will resume at both Bass and Sterling. The new hours will be 10 am -10 pm Monday through Thursday, 10 am - 5 pm on Friday and Saturday, and noon - 6 pm on Sundays. Read more