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DIY Cybersecurity: Solidarity Through Technology

"DIY Cybersecurity: Solidarity Through Technology" a talk with Noah KelleyDecember 8, 20164:00 PM - 5:30 PMWilliston Library Reading Room, Mount Holyoke CollegeIn response to topics raised by the recent election, LITS is launching a speaker series on information and technology issues which affect society at large.  Our first speaker is (Read more...)

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Managing Moodle for the Long Term

LITS’s goal is to keep Moodle running at its best for all of our faculty and student users, both now and in the future.  In order to balance faculty’s ease of reuse of course materials while controlling the risks associated with maintaining Moodle courses after they have been completed, LITS’s (Read more...)

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Discovering Mount Holyoke: A Bag for Every Occasion

Today is November 8th, which here at Mount Holyoke means Founder’s Day! On this day one hundred and eighty years ago the first students set foot on the grounds of Mount Holyoke Seminary and made Mary Lyon’s vision of women's education a reality. In honor of this special occasion, we (Read more...)

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Interested in a career in Library and Information Science?

Join us for an informal gathering to learn about library and information management careers!Date: Friday, October 28Location: Stimson Room, Mount Holyoke College Library (campus map, library building map)Time: 3:30-4:30 pmCome talk to librarians, archivists, academic technologists, and faculty from library and information science graduate schools. We will be joined by MHC (Read more...)

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Banned Books Week 2016 Celebrates Diversity

September 25 - October 1 is Banned Books Week, an event that celebrates the freedom to read by bringing attention to written works that have been banned, censored, or otherwise challenged in academic and library settings. The focus for this year’s celebration is diversity, highlighting frequently challenged and/or banned books (Read more...)