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Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Can you find out where, when and who took that picture on your wall or collection? What about the origin of that collectible item sitting on your shelf?
Whether text, images, street view or other formats, effective web searching has become indispensable in research, academics and even hobbies. To help you sharpen your web search skills, we have assembled 6 sessions on Advanced Power Searching, based on and covering lessons from the Massive Open Online Class (MOOC) recently offered by Google.

Monday, April 15, 2013

Gamblin Conservation Colors, Artist's Pigments, and Contemporary Painting Flyer
by Kate Elena Contakos

SUL's Preservation Department is co-sponsoring an art conservation lecture on Saturday, April 27th, titled "Gamblin Conservation Colors, Artist's Pigments, and Contemporary Painting."

The speaker is Robert Gamblin who founded Gamblin Conservation Colors in 2000, and whose colors have been used across the world for restoration and conservation purposes to repair damaged works of art. Please come and enjoy this fascinating talk at the Cantor Arts Center, with a reception to follow. See flyer for more information.


by Helen B. Josephine

Library Concierge Program Session #11

Sign ups are now open for the virtual tour of the Miller Library at the Hopkins Marine Station.

Monday 4/22 from 1-2
Wednesday 4/24 from 10-11
Friday 4/26 from 2-3

*All sessions will be in Meyer 220 (AKA Flex Classroom).*

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

The Humanities Education Focal Group and the Project for Assessing Graduate Education. Lunchtime talk, Humanities Unbound flyer.
by Stacy Hartman

Please join the Humanities Education Focal Group and the Assessing Graduate Education Project for a lunchtime discussion:

Humanities Unbound: Careers and Scholarship Beyond the Tenure Track
with Katina Rogers, Senior Research Specialist at the Scholarly Communication Institute

Wednesday, April 17th
12:00 - 1:00 pm
Bldg 260, Room 252