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Renovation progress

A major renovation project now underway on the 5th floor of Bizzell Memorial Library will transform how students and the public experience special collections. With an area of approximately 10,000 square feet under construction, the project will reconfigure the old … Continue reading

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Helmerich Collaborative Learning Center

Watch this 3-minute video for a quick overview of the innovative Peggy V. Helmerich Collaborative Learning Center on LL1 in the Bizzell Memorial Library: Follow the HCLC on Facebook or Twitter. For more information, to make an appointment with a … Continue reading

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Renovation

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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Happy birthday, Mac!

by Kerry Magruder Today is the 30th anniversary of the unveiling of Macintosh, the first computer to be marketed to a wide public with a mouse and windows-based user interface. All of our computers today are its heirs. To celebrate, … Continue reading

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Isis Bibliography survey

Isis Bibliography Seeks Participation in Online Survey over Historical Research Methods and Social Media The editor of the History of Science Society’s Isis Current Bibliography, Stephen Weldon, requests participation in a 10-minute online questionnaire on how students and professionals in … Continue reading

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Summer changes

Museum-quality display cases arriving(handcrafted by Ron Mitchell) Here’s hoping you’re having a great summer! Meanwhile, here in the Collections, many changes are underway. When you return for the fall semester, you’ll discover some exciting new developments, including fast wi fi … Continue reading

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