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Columbus or Indigenous Peoples Day?

October 9, 2017
by Kathryn M Kerns

Today is either Columbus Day or Indigenous People Day--or a good day to look at the issues.  Cubberley Library has a wealth of resources whatever your interests in these issues.  Our

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SUL bike policy

October 6, 2017

Please note that parking bicycles inside any main campus building is strictly prohibited unless an area is designated for specifically for that purpose.  Currently, buildings owned by Stanford University Libraries (SUL) do not have areas or rooms designated for indoor bike parking.

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Schrödinger Software at Stanford

October 4, 2017
by Grace Baysinger

The Stanford Libraries are very pleased to announce that we licensed three suites of software from Schrödinger:

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The arts in education

October 2, 2017
by Kathryn M Kerns

There is increasing interest in the role of the arts and creativity in education as some experts argue that STEM needs to become STEAM.  Cubberley Education Library has resources to help, including wonderful books for children and young adults such as Frida which not only tells about an important artist, but does so with incredible artistry.  Use the following guides to discover other resources:

National Geospatial Advisory Group holds quarterly meeting in September 2017

September 29, 2017
by Julie Sweetkind-Singer

The National Geospatial Advisory Committee (NGAC) held their fall meeting September 6-7, 2017 at the National Conservation Training Center in Shepherdstown, West Viriginia.  The NGAC is a Federal Advisory Committee (FACA) to the Federal Geographic Data Committee (FGDC).  The role of the NGAC is to provide advice and recommendations related to the national geospatial program and the development of the National Spatial Data Infrastructure.  Full minutes of the meeting, PowerPoints, and lightning talks are available on the NGAC website.

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