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Study Break – Fun DC Events in Sept!

Enjoy a study break this September and take advantage of one of these events in Washington, DC!   Healthy Living @ Himmelfarb can help you find great ways to explore DC to refresh yourself and be ready to re-focus on … Continue reading

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Annual Book Sale – 9/12-15

Come check out Himmelfarb Library‘s annual book sale! When: September 12-15: 8:30 am-midnight (Tues-Thurs) and 8:30-12 noon (Fri) Where: First Floor, Himmelfarb Library Payment by cash or check only!

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Need eclipse glasses? Make your own!

Did you wait too long to buy your eclipse glasses? Don’t worry, you can still safely view the eclipse by using a pinhole camera! Stop by the first floor of Himmelfarb Library between 9-3 on Monday, August 21 to make your own. … Continue reading

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Elevator Maintenance in Himmelfarb Library Sept-Nov 2017

The Himmelfarb Library elevator will be out of service for replacement from September 11, 2017 through November 29, 2017. This project will also cause some noise disruptions in the library although the noisiest times will be from 5 a.m. to … Continue reading

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Get your favorite computer!

Do you have a favorite computer in Himmelfarb’s third floor computer lab? Wondering if it’s available for you to use right now? Check out our new online availability checker to see how many computers are currently available for use. You … Continue reading

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Congratulations to prize winner!

Congratulations to Mary Matecki, the winner of the MSI Library Orientation door prize, a pass for two to the Newseum!

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Potential Predatory vs. Legitimate Journals: Can You Tell the Difference?

Scholarly publishing has undergone a significant transformation with the rise of the Internet. Scholarly journals are now predominantly available in electronic format rather than in traditional print formats. This shift prompted the introduction of open access publishing – a movement … Continue reading

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