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Training for new Building Assessment Team members has been scheduled for April 12th from 8:30 to 11:45 in the Tresidder Union Oak Lounge. This year, training will be offered for NEW team members only. Refresher training will take place again in 2019.
Building Assessment Team Training (for NEW BATs – course number EHS-1650)
Date: April 12th
Time: 8:30 AM - 11:45 AM (registration 8:00 – 8:30)
Location: Tresidder Union Oak Lounge
Earth Day, April 22nd, is coming up soon. The American Chemical Society has expanded activities and events to a week: Chemists Celebrate Earth Week. This year's theme is "Diving into Marine Chemistry." To commemorate Earth Day/Week, the ACS Silicon Valley Section and the Stanford Libraries are holding an event at the Hopkins Marine Station in Pacific Grove on Saturday, April 28, from 1:30-3:30 pm. It will include a talk followed by tours (see flyer). Please join us for this free, family-friendly event.
Advanced registration is required.
The East Asia Library is currently hosting a poster exhibition featuring Stanford undergraduate students' final projects from the Introductory Seminars course RELIGST 6N: "Religion in Anime and Manga," taught by Prof. Michaela Mross of the Department of Religious Studies.
We're very pleased to announce that Scott Bailey, currently a Research Developer in the Center for Interdisciplinary Digital Research (CIDR), will be leading CIDR's Social Science Data & Software unit (SSDS), effective immediately. As such, he will manage and expand the workshop and consulting services for which SSDS has been known campuswide for decades, and will continue their integration into CIDR's expanded workshop and consulting program, which now includes digital humanities services in addition to SSDS's traditional focus on the social sciences.
On March 19th, I attended the annual President’s Meeting for the International Federation of Library Associations (IFLA). As chair of IFLA’s standing committee on Academic & Research Libraries, I was asked to participate in this program which examined trends across the global library field and served as the launch platform for IFLA’s Global Voice of Libraries report, which I’ll discuss in a future post. Approximately 200 librarians and other information specialists from around the globe attended and engaged in active debate about issues facing libraries around and across th