Monday, January 15, 2007 is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
Please attend the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day celebration, “For the Common Good — Is King’s Dream Still Relevant Today?,” on at 6:30 p.m. in the Lawrence Memorial Chapel. The keynote speaker will be Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Louis B. Butler, Jr. ’73.
Some MLK resources:
Paul Revere, a music engraver? Who knew? Each year the Music Publishers’ Association recognizes excellence in music publishing with the Paul Revere Awards. This national traveling exhibit is making a stop at the Mudd Library (first floor) during January. Come on over and see the best music publishers have to offer.
More information about the awards and past winners can be found here.
“The library offers nine individual study rooms that can be used for one term at a time by students. Preference is given to seniors working on honors projects and then to students whose research depends heavily on library materials.” Complete this online form to request an office for Winter Term. Deadline is Thursday, January 4.
The Fall 2006 edition of @Mudd: Trends and News from Lawrence University’s Seeley G. Mudd Library is now online for your reading pleasure. Find out what’s going on in Archives, get some tips about using Interlibrary Loan, and keep up with new music resources in “Conservatory Corner”…
The last day to submit an interlibrary loan request for Term 1 is Friday, November 17th. After that, you probably wouldn’t get your stuff in time to be useful.
The Library resumed regular hours now that classes have started. Come early and stay late!
Check out the Library’s new student welcome page for all kinds of helpful information about the Mudd.
Web of Science is the premier online citation index in the sciences and social sciences. In case you’re wondering: “A citation index contains the references cited by the authors of the articles covered by the index. You can use these references to do cited reference searching. A cited reference search enables you to find articles that cite a previously published work.”