On July 1-2, 2015, the East Asia Library of Stanford University Libraries will host an international academic conference titled Beyond the Book: A Conference on Unique and Rare Primary Sources for East Asian Studies Collected in North America. The conference will bring librarians, archivists, and scholars from all over North America to present research papers on less-known materials, mostly in non-book formats. It is our hope that the conference will draw scholarly attention to those scattered, yet valuable, resources for East Asian Studies.
Thursday, June 18, 2015
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
On June 2nd, 8 am Pacific / 11 am Eastern, eLife Sciences invites you to join an in-depth exploration of the open-source publishing technology behind eLife Lens.
eLife Lens improves the reading and use of scientific articles by making it possible to explore figures, figure descriptions, references, and more without losing your place in the article text. While most online research articles tend to replicate print, eLife Lens takes greater advantage of the Internet's flexibility; readers can absorb key elements in an article more readily, more quickly, and more effectively.
- Tuesday, June 2 3-4 (led by Jason Heppler)
- Wednesday, June 3, 10-11 (led by Nicole Coleman)
Monday, May 18, 2015
STUDENTS!!! What ENDS a quarter better than ZOMBIES?!
EDUCATORS!!! What ENDS a quarter better than ZOMBIES?
LIBRARIANS!!! What ENDS a quarter better than ZOMBIES?!
WHEN: Thursday, June 4, 1-4 pm
WHERE: Green Library, Media & Microtext Center
WHAT: Call of Duty Black Ops II, Bus Depot
HOW MANY ROUNDS CAN YOU SURVIVE?!
Contact: Felicia Smith, Head, Learning and Outreach