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Collection documents the lives and work of Boston’s first female architects Drawing was considered an essential skill for late nineteenth-and early twentieth-century architects, and was part of the curriculum at the Institute. MIT-trained Eleanor Manning...
This year’s Science Boot Camp will be held at Bowdoin College, June 17-19th. Now in its seventh year, Science Boot Camp provides a fun and casual setting where New England science faculty present educational sessions...
See the ogirignal post at the American Institute of Architects website for full information. The Claire T. Carney Library is the centerpiece of one of the most significant experiments in campus planning and Brutalism. Paul...
The Boston Library Consortium invites all members to the BLC's Annual Networking Day to meet new colleagues and catch up with old ones. We are delighted to have Dan Cohen, Executive Director of Digital Public...
In order to address the escalating cost of academic resources, the Boston College Provost and University Libraries are piloting an initiative to support faculty who revise their curriculum to include high quality affordable materials to...
Northeastern University, University of Connecticut, UMass Amherst, University of New Hampshire, Wellesley College and Williams College have completed the Rethinking Resource Sharing Initiative's STAR Checklist and received recognition for their participation in the process and...
Fair Use Week 2015 is being celebrated this week, Monday, February 23, through Friday, February 27. You can participate on a single day during the week, multiple days, or the full week. Take a look...
The Boston College University Libraries is pleased to announce that eScholarship@BC , Boston College's institutional repository, has moved to a new repository platform. The new platform is built on Islandora, an open-source repository solution allowing...
This post by Kaitlin Connolly originally appeared on the State Library of Massachusetts Blog. In November of 2014, the State Library of Massachusetts completed the final stages of its World War I photograph digitization project...
Eastern Academic Scholars’ Trust [EAST] is a newly forming print retention partnership of college and university libraries across the Northeast. The partnership will use a “distributed retention model” whereby libraries become retention partners committed to...

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