The East Asia Library is pleased to announce a new exhibition entitled "Words in Characters: Books as Vehicles." Located in the entrance hall display cases, this exhibition explores intersections between art and language in contemporary Chinese culture.
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With earthquakes in Mexico and hurricanes in the southeast, the education Twittersphere is alive with a discussion of how to talk about disasters in the classroom. Cubberley Library has When the earth shakes : earthquakes, volcanoes, and tsunamis and Branner Earth Sciences Library has The Magic School Bus presents wild weather.
AnaLyse diachronique de l'espace urbain PArisien: approche GEomatique (ALPAGE), is a geohistorical research program aimed at producing data and tools for analyzing the long-term relationships between spaces and societies in pre-industrial Paris.
A few years back as MOOCs and flipped classrooms became so popular, the Graduate School of Education faculty asked us to create videos for the incoming students about various library resources. This year with all the changes to the Stanford Libraries webpages and the addition of Article+, we have totally revised these videos. Enjoy! We will continue to revise and add videos as services evolve.