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Check out the AP Multimedia Archive for powerful images or audio for your presentations!

Mount Holyoke subscribes to a rich media resource for research use - its the Associated Press Multimedia Archive.  The AP Mulitmedia Archive contains current news photos as well as historic images from their library.   The archive's SoundBank also offers hours of recorded audio.Looking to download a photo to illustrate a (Read more...)

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I Found Them in Special Collections: Three Mount Holyoke Women and Their Pursuit of Education

The seminary textbook collection in the Mount Holyoke College Archives and Special Collections provides numerous insights into the lives of students who attended Mount Holyoke. These books are records of intellectual connections forged among students during the College’s early years. Because students followed a set curriculum, almost every woman attending (Read more...)

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Mary Woolley and Jeannette Marks: Life, Love and Letters Exhibit

Mary Woolley and Jeannette Marks were educators and partners who lived and worked at Mount Holyoke College during the early 1900s. Mount Holyoke Archives and Special Collections students have created a physical and online exhibit about their lives and relationship. The letters and photographs in the exhibition will introduce you (Read more...)

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New Books for the New Year

Stretched between the reading room and the AskLITS Board sits the New Books shelf. This shelf, which is on the left-hand-side of the corridor is perhaps one of the most exciting shelves in the library, for it houses LITS's latest spoils. LITS orders NEW BOOKS all the time for the (Read more...)

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We've got you covered: you don't need to buy, or pay to register, a clicker!

Taking a class where the instructor is using clickers to poll the classroom or start discussions? Not sure how to get a clicker? Been hearing that iClicker is asking you to pay to register a used or borrowed-from-LITS clicker?Not to fear, we've got you covered. Here's how it works, and (Read more...)