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May is Jewish American Heritage Month (JAHN). In celebration of this month-long national event, the library is featuring Jewish Studies Source as the resource of the month.
What is it? This full-text database aggregates print resources from hundreds of publications in subjects such as history, philosophy, religious studies, women’s studies, political science, archaeology, anthropology, and even medical sciences.
Update 5/3 morning:
Noble Library is open, and will be open until 2am tonight (Tuesday May 3) and tomorrow (Wednesday May 4).. The reservation group rooms and about 15 individual rooms are open, and the open study areas on the first floor and west sides of the 2nd and 3rd floor are available. We are hoping to have the rest of the group study rooms open later today.
The air conditioning is up and running,...Continue Reading
For May graduates looking for a job in an occupation that will put their new degree to work, the library is featuring the Job Search function of the Mergent Intellect database as the resource of the month.
What is it? The Job Search in the Mergent Intellect database identifies employers who hire workers in specific occupations in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. These illustrated instructions show how Job Search works.
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This week, we’re celebrating Open Education Week! Open Education benefits teachers and learners around the globe by reducing barriers, increasing access, and driving innovation in education through open sharing and open formats. Open Education includes free and open access to platforms, tools and resources in education, including learning materials, course materials, videos, assessment tools, research,...Continue Reading
In recognition of Women's History month, we are featuring Women and Social Movements in the United States, 1600-2000, Scholar's Edition as the resource of the month.
What is it? Women and Social Movements in the United States, 1600-2000, Scholar's Edition uniquely gathers scholarly articles, primary documents (written by 2,500 primary authors), books, photos, essays, book reviews, and teaching tools into one...Continue Reading
Events & Exhibits
Event: History Unfolded: U.S. Newspapers and the Holocaust
Date/Time: Thursday, April 21, 1-4pm
Location: Hayden Library, Room C41, Tempe campus
Date: Wednesday April 20
Location: Seamus McCaffrey's, 18 W. Monroe Street, Phoenix AZ 85003
Event: Go Bananas for DNA: National DNA Day
Date / Time: Monday April 25, 9:30-11:30am
Location: Noble Science and Engineering Library, exterior front patio, Tempe campus
Event: DANCING EARTH: Embodied Ways of Knowing from Cosmology to Ecology
Date/Time: Monday April 18, 10:30-noon
Location: Labriola Center, Hayden Library, Level 2