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Wednesday, December 2, 2015

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The Stanford Libraries will be operating on a reduced schedule during Winter Intersession and during the Stanford Winter Closure period.

Closures and reduced library hours for:
December 13-19, 2015
December 20-26, 2015
December 27, 2015-January 2, 2016

A few libraries will be open reduced hours on January 3. All libraries will resume regular hours on Monday, January 4, 2016. See the library hours for the week of January 3-9, 2016 for details.

If you will be away from campus during the holiday period, remember to set up your browser for off-campus access to library resources.

Happy Holidays!

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Because of the University's Winter Closure from December 21, 2015 - January 1, 2016, blog articles submitted for SUL News will be published on the following schedule:

  • Articles submitted by 11:00 am, Wednesday, December 16 will be reviewed and published by December 16. An email announcement listing recent articles will be distributed on that day.
  • Any articles submitted after the announcement email on December 16 - January 3, will be reviewed and published on Monday, January 4, 2016

The next SUL News email announcement listing recent articles will be distributed on Wednesday, January 6, 2016.

Happy Holidays!

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Press Release
December 2, 2015

REDWOOD CITY, CA, USA - - HighWire Press, Inc., the leading technology platform and strategic partner to influential scholarly publishers and societies, is pleased to announce participation in a coalition to explore the benefits of building an open, common framework for scholarly annotation.

Stanford Magazine interviewed John Mustain, rare books curator, about the collection of over 700 leaves from the history of early printing given to the Libraries by Donn Faber Downing and Letitia Leigh Sanders. Mustain, as paraphrased in the article, “expects the collection to be of great value to scholars. Historians still know relatively little about the extent of the early printing community, or even what its members thought was worth printing, aside from Bibles and a few other classics. This collection could help fill some of those gaps.”

Read "Gutenberg's Galaxy," Stanford Magazine November/December 2015 edition.