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  1. Empathic accuracy

    New York : Guilford Press, c1997.

    This comprehensive volume addresses the question of how accurate our "readings" of thoughts and feelings of others actually are, introducing two innovative methods for objectivity measuring this key dimension of social intelligence. Presenting.

  2. Map accuracy

    [Reston, Va.] : Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, National Cartographic Information Center, 1987.

    Online Full text via HathiTrust

  3. Premium accuracy [microform]

    Washington, D.C. : The Office ; Gaithersburg, MD (P.O. Box 6015, Gaithersburg 20877) : The Office, [distributor, 1992]

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  1. Vitus Tang

    I am responsible for the accuracy and quality of the data in SUL's online catalog. I also manage a unit that catalogs certain types of materials acquired by the Library (e.g. e-books, e-journals, bulk print collections, Stanford dissertations).

  2. Takedown protocol for sensitive information in Stanford digital collections

    Adopted by Stanford University Libraries with approval of the University Privacy Office 4 June 2020 Stanford University hosts digital collections to advance study and research by students, faculty, and the general public. Whereas we present published and unpublished documents in various genres and formats, determining the authenticity and accuracy of information in those documents is the province of readers and researchers. Our intentions are to acquire and present documents, including personal archives, that are relevant and, in the case of publications by scholars, already subjected to peer review. The Libraries cannot and do not guarantee accuracy or authenticity. In preparing archival collections, the university undertakes minimal steps to the best of our abilities and availability of staff to identify and remediate sensitive information that could threaten the privacy and security of individuals, organizations, or other entities represented in the collection(s). Despite these efforts, sensitive and/or private information inadvertently may  be included in digital collections. In such cases, living individuals whose private information is exposed (or who are acting on behalf of a minor child or an incapacitated parent, spouse, domestic partner or adult child) may submit takedown requests. All such requests will be reviewed by cognizant Stanford University officials, starting with the University Archivist, the Associate University Librarian for Special Collections, the University Librarian and other Stanford officials who these Library officers may identify. Persons requesting a takedown may be requested to supply additional information to better understand issues and their consequences. Given our commitment to preserving to the best of our abilities the authenticity and integrity of the scholarly and historical record in our archives, it is unlikely that perceived errors or inaccuracies present in original items will be “corrected”. Additionally the Libraries will not redact digital content or indices. Similarly, the Libraries will not remove access to materials other than in cases where there are legal concerns, for example, the presence of protected information arising from provisions of various laws, e.g. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in or Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), or in cases of significant risks to privacy (for example, exposed Social Security numbers), or convincing evidence of a clear and imminent threat to personal safety and well-being.Adapted from University of Michigan, “Takedown Policy for Sensitive Information in U-M Digital Collections.”  

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    Visit the Libraries to connect to remote classes Stanford Libraries encourages students to connect to their online classes inside Green Library’s new Hohbach Hall, an interactive zone suitable for collaborative work, study and participation in zoom classes (with headphones). Quiet study spaces are also available at Green Library and at all of our campus libraries.     Omicron Impacting the Libraries Library patrons are strongly advised to check the operating hours for libraries prior to visiting. Unfortunately, staffing levels have been impacted due to the recent surge in positive cases of the omicron variant. We are making every attempt to limit service disruptions, and are updating the Libraries’ website regularly to reflect changes. Please do not rely on Google or any other source for information on hours, as we can not verify accuracy on platforms other than the Libraries website. Delivery and/or pick up of library materials (holds, recalls, reserves, interlibrary loans) may also experience slight delays.   Entry into Green Library is restricted to the doors nearest Coupa Cafe and the red fountain. The Bing Wing entrance (across from the Main Quad) is currently closed. For accessibility information and support for entering Green Library, please call 650-723-1493. Access to the Libraries remains limited to Stanford ID card holders. For additional information, please refer to the 2022 Access guidelines.  Thank you for your understanding.  


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  1. Shoreline, Hudson River estuary, 1998

    Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University

    This data set presents a detailed shoreline of the Hudson River Estuary, based upon shoreline data from the Hudson River Estuary Program (accuracy ...

  2. Brookline, MA (Contours, 2000)

    Massachusetts--Brookline (Town)

    Contour lines for elevation at 2-foot intervals for Brookline.Two foot contour were developed by Intermap Technologies Corporations, 2000.The groun...

  3. Granville, Massachusetts 15 Minute Digital Raster Graphic


    This layer is a digital raster graphic of the historic 15-minute USGS topographic map of the Granville, Massachusetts quadrangle. The survey date (...

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