This Community Read event is a screening of a short film and clips ideal for hiking enthusiasts!
12:30 - Theodore Seixas Solomons: The Jewish San Franciscan who Inspired North America’s Most Famous Footpath (Virtual Event)
Join us for a virtual Community Read event about Theodore Seixas Solomons role in shaping a long distance footpath through the Sierra Nevada Range.
Need a study break? Stop the Library!
A Journey into What's Possible: An Exploration of Afro/Africanfuturism A Literature Fair Presented by HON 2100 Honors Seminar Literature
Join the Library, along with Counseling Services and FAVE in Hammond Main Floor Lobby
Join us as we celebrate Open Access Week. Joanna Schimizzi, educator & professional learning specialist with ISKME, will facilitate an online collaborative learning session that will explore examples of course design that incorporate the principles of UDL, accessibility, and Open Education Practices.
Join us as we celebrate Open Access Week. Rebecca Dowgiert, Scholarly Communications Librarian at Framingham State University, will provide an overview of the evolving scholarly communications landscape. This is a free online event.
Join us in the University Archives on Tuesday, October 24 at 3:30PM to celebrate Professor Teresa Fava Thomas's most recent book publication, The Allied Bombing of Central Italy: The Restoration of the Nile Mosaic and Sanctuary of Fortuna at Palestrina
Join us as we celebrate Open Access Week. This online panel discussion will focus on how a registered student organization that connects learners around the world without reliable internet access to open educational resources.
Come for the fun free stuff, stay to meet some of our awesome staff! Win some prizes!