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Wednesday, February 15, 2017

SUL Rosette

Demonstrations on the HANA Immersive Visualization Environment of Google Earth Engine, Projects from the Stanford Geospatial Center, High resolution maps from the Rumsey Map Center and a live demonstration of SimplyMap.

Torn from the Flag is a 2007 documentary film about the 1956 Hungarian Revolution, which it presents as the catalyst for the future decline of the international communist system.

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Zombie eats Pacman

Green Library's Media & Microtext Center will be unveiling its newly renovated gaming area just in time for this quarter's Zombie Challenge! In addition to the usual Call of Duty Zombie Ops, this Challenge will be arcade style. 

And there is an exciting new (Old School) challenge, in honor of Masaya Nakamura, who was the "Father of Pac-Man." So enter, if you dare, and battle the unbeatable librarians Felicia Smith and Phyllis Kayten on the Atari.

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Concierge Keys

Please join us for Concierge 39: “LOCKSS”

  • Monday, Feb 13, 10-11am in EAL Room 224
  • Tuesday, Feb 14, 2-3pm in EAL Room 224. (This session will be video recorded.)

The LOCKSS Program provides distributed digital preservation software and services used by hundreds of institutions across tens of networks.

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