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Monday, April 14, 2014

OAKLAND, California - April 10th, 2014 - - University of California Press (UC Press) is pleased to announce that beginning in mid-2015 its journal content will be hosted on the HighWire Open Platform from Stanford University's HighWire Press.

Speaking of the move, UC Press Director Alison Mudditt commented, "As the ways in which students and researchers consume information evolve, UC Press felt it critical to seek a long-term hosting partnership that will allow us to take full advantage of new avenues to make scholarly work accessible and relevant in an increasingly dynamic digital space of our own. We believe that our collaboration with HighWire will support us in this."

Thursday, April 10, 2014

Stanford Wellness Fair poster

April 16, 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Arrillaga Center for Sports and Recreation

Every spring at Stanford, BeWell@Stanford and the Health Improvement Program co-sponsor a Wellness Fair.

This year, the event’s theme will be "Card-nivàle.” The center will be decorated to create a Stanford-style carnival atmosphere, and participants can play carnival games outside on the lawn.

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Staff loading newspapers on to new shelving at Newark.
by Mimi Calter

The overflow collections that are housed in SAL-Newark have had a significant shelving upgrade. Late last year, SUL Facilities initiated a project to relocate and repurpose shelving that was originally purchased for the overflow warehouse set up during the SAL3.2 buildout. The shelving is not only almost new, but also much deeper than the original Newark shelving, and thus better able to accommodate the newspapers housed in Newark. The deeper shelving allows for a much more efficent layout, with both increased shelving capacity and wider aisles.

create:space poster

create:space Grand Opening
Thursday, April 10, 2014, 4:00-8:00PM
Meyer Library, Second floor

Academic Computing Services invites you to join us for the grand opening of create:space. The create:space is an open makerspace for the Stanford community and a destination spot for Stanford's thinkers, artists, makers and doers.

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