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A new project from the Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library allows listeners to hear world-renowned book artist Richard Minsky discuss selected objects from the Richard Minsky Archive. Each interview sheds light on Minsky’s creative process and situates the artifacts in the Archive into the picture...
The Blacklight interface in the Hydra/Fedora repository allows patrons to view books and manuscripts by using a page-turner. The viewing options include a one-page, two-page, or light box display and allow for the page to be turned in different directions. For example, for materials which are...
Tuesday January 14th 11am-12pm International Room, Sterling Memorial Library Emulation has huge potential as a strategy for maintaining access to old digital content from documents, to images, 3D models, digital art, scientific workflows, research data, custom code, desktop snapshots (e.g....
On June 27-29 the Yale Divinity Library is hosting a conference of the Yale-Edinburgh Group on the History of the Missionary Movement and World Christianity. Seventy-five scholars from around the world will meet to discuss the theme “Health, Healing, and Medicine in the History of Christian...
Wednesday, January 28, 2:00pm Peter Hirtle, Harvard University Sterling Memorial Library Lecture Hall P eter Hirtle is a Research Fellow in the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University. He also serves as the senior policy advisor in the Cornell University Library with a...
Wednesday, January 29, 2014 2:00 PM Sterling Memorial Library (SML), International Room 120 High St., New Haven, CT 06511 S peakers: Jan Glover, Lei Wang, and Kayleigh Bohémier During the summer, Jan Glover, Lei Wang and Kayleigh Bohémier attended a two-day workshop on the Becker Model, a...
Welcome new students! Do you know that you have your very own personal librarian? It's true! The Personal Librarian Program is especially designed to introduce you to the amazing collections and services of the Yale University Library. See who your librarian is here! http://www.library.yale....

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