Students, would you like to participate in GAUGE (Oxford’s Global Academic User Group Exchange)?
Working too hard to watch the election night coverage? Planning on spending the evening studying in Ladd? We’ve got you…
Left your photocopy card back in your dorm room? If you have your smart phone, you could be OK.
Rania Kassab al-Sweis,
Visiting Assistant Professor of Anthropology,
Thursday, Nov. 1, 4:15-5:30 in the Library
Have you discovered Oxford Bibliographies? They are scholarly, annotated online bibliographies leading you to a great deal of filtered library content.
Celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the Freedom to Read September 30−October 6, 2012. — Come visit the display in the lobby of the library put together by some of the students from FYS 415: Banned Books.
There are two new things to know about JSTOR.
Instead of a device-specific app or a separate mobile site, JSTOR now adapts to the screen size of a device, automatically.
Are you confused as to where to start your research? Start with our subject guides!