Women’s History Month Resources

The Library has access to many electronic primary and secondary women clip artresources for research on women’s history. Here are some noteworthy sources.  Be sure to AskUs for more!

Food for Thought

Food for Thought Lecture Series

Join us for another Food For Thought,
the Bowdoin Student Government/Library student lecture series

Monday, Feb. 23 at 9:00pm in the Nixon Lounge on the 3rd floor
of H-L Library

Lan Crofton ’17

and

Lilian Gharios ’18

Food and Refreshments Provided

See you there!

Dogs in the Library

Dogs in the LibraryDOGS IN THE LIBRARY
MONDAY, DEC. 15, 7PM

Take a break on Monday and come to H-L for a furry fix! Woof!

Workshop: Unraveling the Mysteries of Citing Sources

Not sure when you should cite your sources?  Come to this workshop to learn the who, what, where, why, when, and how of acknowledging your sources!

Unraveling the Mysteries of Citing Sources

Ramp Gallery: New Exhibit and Opening Reception

RampCanYouPoster-croppedCurated by Sarah Haimes ’15, the new ramp gallery exhibition features 47 student photographers who have captured “moments from abroad.”  Sarah states:

One of the most exciting parts of studying abroad, in addition to establishing a “home away from home”,  is having the ability to travel to other surrounding cities and countries. The curiosity that stems through the desire to explore unknown cultures is uniquely inherent in the images taken during travel. This show is a celebration of those pursuits: it aims to examine the way travel photography has developed in the last several years. In an age where iPhones have amazing camera capabilities and social media is so dominant, the saturation of images has increased to the point that it becomes overwhelming and we end up clicking through many images in a matter of seconds. For the most part, rapid consumption of hundreds of images are placed on the internet so others can acknowledge them more often than not as a record to prove someone did something or was/is somewhere. Through choices in presentation, this show intentionally juxtaposes the prolonged indulgence of the images on the wall in a traditional and static presentation with the touch viewing of ~200 images on the iPad. The intent is to make obvious the quick nature in which we absorb images in our daily lives

Stop by the ramp gallery on Thursday, Oct. 23 4:30-6:30  (basement of HL, on the ramp to Hubbard!) for the opening reception of this exciting show.

Off-Campus Access to Library Databases

Polarbear and computerGot research to do over break? Sorry to hear that, but the good news is…the Library databases can be accessed anywhere in the world with your Bowdoin ID!  (And the bad news is…the Library databases can be accessed anywhere in the world with your Bowdoin ID!)  Just click on the database you want to access and you will be prompted for your name and ID.  More info:  http://library.bowdoin.edu/find/databases-off-campus-access.shtml

Pop-Up Museum

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Do you have a favorite kind of object you collect when traveling? Bring it to Smith Union the evening of Oct. 8., 6:30-8:30pm.  We will help you exhibit it!

The Library (since we LOVE to collect things!) is co-sponsoring, with the Art and Arctic museums, the pop-up exhibit.  Everyone is welcome; see more information here.

ICPSR Data Fair 2014: Powering Sustainable Data Access

Drop in the week of October 6-9, 2014 for one or several webinars offered by the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research.  Topics include teaching with data, data management, data sharing, sensitive data, ICPSR datasets, and more. Stop by to view the one-hour webinar presentations of your choice!  All webinars are being held in  H-L Library, Second Floor, Room 7.  For a full schedule and descriptions of the webinars, see ICPSR Data Fair 2014. 

Questions?  Contact Barbara Levergood.