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Kerry Magruder, Curator; and JoAnn Palmeri, Librarian

Capstone in the Collections: Promoting Undergraduate Research Across the Curriculum

by JoAnn Palmeri Are you a faculty member who wants to promote use of primary sources and unique materials in capstone projects, research papers, and class assignments? If so, please come to an Information Session to learn more about the Special Collections housed … Continue reading

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Lady Science on Ada Lovelace Day

We are pleased to share this announcement from Professor Katherine Pandora, about a new email newsletter launching this week: Lady Science, edited by Leila McNeill and Anna Reser: “Part of this year’s objectives for digital humanities at OU is to recognize the … Continue reading

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Opening on 4th floor West

Beginning Monday, October 6, the BL5 special collections (Nichols, Bass, Bizzell Bible and the History of Science Collections) will open in the Cable Suite on Bizzell Library’s 4th floor, West side (BL 414). Please direct all inquiries to that location. … Continue reading

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Fall into the History of Science Collections

by JoAnn Palmeri As Fall begins today with the autumnal equinox, it is a perfect time to remind our readers of the extraordinary astronomical books held in the History of Science Collections at the University of Oklahoma. Astronomy in the Collections The History … Continue reading

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Celebrating Constitution Day at OU

by JoAnn Palmeri IACH Constitution Day Lecture and Government Documents Open House, Wednesday, September 17 Celebrate Constitution Day by attending the annual lecture sponsored by OU’s Institute for the American Constitutional Heritage (IACH). This year Professor Carl Richard of the University … Continue reading

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OU Lynx

Announcing a new collaboration between the History of Science Collections and K12 educators: The OU Academy of the Lynx. Check out the blog, follow oulynx tweets, join the Galileo-L listserv, and explore the OU Lynx Educator Workspace. Our aim … Continue reading

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We have begun a year-long renovation that will prepare us to launch a major exhibition in August, 2015, entitled Galileo’s World. Because of the renovation and preparations for Galileo’s World, we will not be able to offer tours or class … Continue reading

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