Blog topic: News

Dates set for relocation of SUL’s Manuscripts Unit

November 7, 2013
by Glynn Edwards

The relocation for the Manuscripts Technical Unit is quickly approaching. After a few small delays, the dates have been set and our staff and collections will be moving the week of December 2nd immediately following the Thanksgiving holiday. Currently the room looks very large and very empty but the shelving (approx. 3,000 feet) will be installed over the next two weeks.

NYTimes.com/passes - app only for phone

October 9, 2013

The NYTimes.com academic passes work with ANY computer or device. The app, however, works at Stanford only with Windows Phone, iPhone, BlackBerry 10, and Android-power phones, not iPads. Please try it out at: nytimes.com/passes for 24 hour passes. Here's the FAQ.

Green Library Seminar Room (Room 301)

Where is Room 301 in Green Library?

October 3, 2013
by Christopher Matson

Green Library's Seminar Room (Room 301) is located on the third floor of the Bing Wing.

To get there you can take the elevator that's on the right just after you enter the Bing Wing (the same elevator that goes to the Bender Room on the fifth floor); Room 301 is the first room on the left once you reach the third floor. If you're feeling especially energetic and want to take the stairs, you can turn left upon entering the Bing Wing and then take stairwell 14 up to the third floor. When you arrive, turn right and you'll see Room 301.

Green Library: New Student Orientation Tour

Great success! Orientation tours in the libraries

October 1, 2013
by Christopher Matson

More than 1,000 students attended tours of the Stanford libraries during New Student Orientation and the first week of the quarter to learn about our amazing resources, study spaces, and librarians who are here to help with research.

Welcome to Stanford and welcome to the libraries!

Ask Us wristband

Ask Us!

September 24, 2013
by Christopher Matson

If you see folks in the libraries wearing these green Ask Us wristbands, they're there to help! Please feel free to talk to them if you have any questions about how to make your way around the libraries.

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