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    • I closed up my last letter on Sunday night to go foraging April 26, 2015
      Hd. Qurs., Co. “A”, 129th Ills. In the fields near Holly Springs, N.C. April 26th 1865 My Dear Wife I closed up my last letter on Sunday night [the 23d] to go foraging. We left camp at 6 o’clock & … Continue reading → Continue reading →
    • Database of the Week: Alexander Street Press Video April 24, 2015
      Each week we will highlight one of the many databases we have here at the Pomerantz Business Library. The database: Alexander Street Press Where to find it: You can find […] Continue reading →
    • Birthing, Midwifery, and Obstetrics through History – Exhibit @Hardin Library through August April 24, 2015
      This exhibit highlights items from the John Martin Rare Book Room at the Hardin Library for the Health Sciences. The exhibit addresses antiquity, medical perspectives, innovations, pioneers, and notable books. […] Continue reading →
    • Open Access Fund – articles in Iowa Research Online April 24, 2015
      Two years ago, the University Libraries and the Provost’s Office launched an Open Access Fund to pay the processing fees related to open access publishing. The fund is meant to […] Continue reading →
    • Now you can renew everything online – even annual loans April 24, 2015
      Beginning this week, all library materials may be renewed online as well as in person. You may bring your annual loans to the library to be renewed for another year, […] Continue reading →
    • Happy 25th Anniversary, Hubble! April 24, 2015
      On April 24, 1990 the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) was launched from  the Space Shuttle Discovery. Previously, telescopes had been positioned on remote mountaintops and away from city lights in order to […] Continue reading →
    • Wearable Tech Is All Around Us April 23, 2015
        Wearable technology is all over the news these days, but we have been dreaming of it for a long time (remember Dick Tracy, Inspector Gadget, and Maxwell Smart?) Wearable technology spans […] Continue reading →
    • Open Access Fund Articles in IRO April 23, 2015
      Two years ago, the University Libraries and the Provost’s Office launched an Open Access Fund to pay the processing fees related to open access publishing. The fund is meant to […] Continue reading →
    • I commenced to write about an hour before the mail left April 23, 2015
      Head Quarters Co. “A” 129th Ills. Vols. Raleigh N.C., April 23rd 1865 My Dear Wife I commenced to write about an hour before the mail left to-day, but Harry McDowell came in with the New York Herald containing an account … Continue reading → Continue reading →
    • Open Access Xpress Class Today, April 23!! April 23, 2015
      What can you get for free? Learn the basics of Open Access and hot it helps authors retain intellectual property rights. Today, 2:30 p.m., 2001C Seamans Center Library Computer Classroom, […] Continue reading →
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