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    • Thanksgiving Hours @Hardin Library November 21, 2014
      Thanksgiving Hardin Library Hours Saturday Nov. 23 Closed/Football Sunday Nov. 24 Noon-9pm Monday Nov. 25 7:30am-6pm Tuesday Nov. 26 7:30am-6pm Wednesday Nov. 27 7:30am-6pm Thursday Nov. 28 Closed/Thanksgiving Friday Nov. […] Continue reading →
    • Database of the Week: Academic Search Elite November 21, 2014
      Each week we will highlight one of the many databases we have here at the Pomerantz Business Library. The database: Academic Search Elite Where to find it: You can find […] Continue reading →
    • Reflections from a librarian on the tenure clock November 20, 2014
      Meredith Farkas has a popular feature in American Libraries magazine in which she often talks about technology and libraries. She is also a faculty librarian at Portland Community College in Oregon. […] Continue reading →
    • Conserving and Preserving Iowa’s Constitution November 19, 2014
      In honor of our 30th anniversary and Bill Anthony’s legacy, we are please to share two videos about the preservation of the Iowa State Constitution.  The first, made shortly after […] Continue reading →
    • A Real Life Game of Monopoly November 18, 2014
      HISTORY Ironically, it was during the American Depression when Monopoly, a game of wealth and finance, became popular. Charles Darrow devised of a buying and selling real estate game with Atlantic City’s […] Continue reading →
    • Vesalius Turns the Page on Ancient Medicine Lecture @Hardin Library Thursday, November 20 November 18, 2014
      The University of Iowa History of Medicine Society, The Classics Department, and the Center for the Book invite you to a lecture by Daniel Garrison, Emeritus Professor, Department of Classics, […] Continue reading →
    • So Many Databases, So Little Time November 18, 2014
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    • Contributing in code November 18, 2014
      For librarians, particularly those in academic settings, an important part of the job is contributing to the development of the profession; traditionally, this has included tasks such as giving presentations at conferences and publishing […] Continue reading →
    • 30th Anniversary Benefit Auction: The Results Are In! November 14, 2014
      Friends and visitors came from near and far to join us in celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Conservation Lab. Our Benefit Auction was a resounding success, with lovely music, […] Continue reading →
    • How Cool Is This November 13, 2014
      In honor of Clean Out Your Refrigerator Day, celebrated on November 15th, you may want to know how your refrigerator operates. HISTORY Refrigerators are a modern invention. Until the advent […] Continue reading →
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