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Kerry Magruder, Curator; and JoAnn Palmeri, Librarian

Two new space exhibits are now open

The Carl Albert Center of the University of Oklahoma has launched a new exhibition, “Rockets’ Red Glare: Robert Kerr and the Space.” View the exhibit both online and in person at Monnett Hall on the north oval of the OU … Continue reading

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Galileo’s World opens at Sam Noble!

Galileo’s World is upon us… The first Galileo’s World exhibit opened Saturday, August 1st, at the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History! The joint-exhibit, Through the Eyes of the Lynx: Galileo, Natural History and the Americas, will run Aug. … Continue reading

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Communities of collaboration

Our thanks to Rob Reynolds and the NextThought team for their series on “The Power of Connections.” Here’s an excerpt from an interview on open access and “collaborative communities.” For more, see Rob’s Power of Connections blog. Kerry Magruder and … Continue reading

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Galileo’s World – teaser video

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Tower of Pisa on Fox Morning News

The Tower of Pisa project of the OU College of Engineering was featured last Friday, July 24, for the Fox News 25 morning show, broadcast live from the lobby of Bizzell Memorial Library. Four brief reports featured footage of the … Continue reading

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Celebrating Shakespeare at OU

On this day set aside to recognize the birth of William Shakespeare (1564-1616), we have much to celebrate on the OU campus relating to Shakespeare and his times. In February we learned that the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History was selected … Continue reading

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Teaching with Galileo’s World Exhibit, 2015-16

Looking for opportunities to engage students in the classroom and beyond? Want to use primary source materials to promote student learning and research? Consider using the Galileo’s World Exhibit, on display in Bizzell Library and partner sites (and online) throughout … Continue reading

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