Celebrate Columbus Day by discovering Primary Sources! Liaison Librarians Jen Stevens and Melissa Johnson will conduct an hour-long session answering questions on primary sources such as:
â€¢ What are they?
â€¢ Where do you find them?
â€¢ How do you use them?
â€¢ What can you find at Mason, the National Archives, the Library of Congress, or beyond?
The session will be held in the Fenwick Library Instruction Room,Â A214, from 2:00 pm — 3:00Â pm on Monday, October 12.Â No registration required. Questions? Contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
iMasonLibraries is a popular venue for students and faculty to work with library reference staff.Â Â This semester,Â IM reference service hours have expanded — current hours are:
- Monday – Thursday: 9:00 am – 10:00 pm
- Friday: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
You can find iMasonLibraries at library.gmu.edu/ask and infoguides.gmu.edu as well as myMason. b r buddy! Use iMasonLibraries for research help with your projects, assignments and other resource needs.
The Special Collection & Archives (SC&A) blog has a new name and location:Â vault217 can be found at vault217.gmu.edu.Â vault217 will continue to provide information about SC&A collections, projects, and services.Â All the old posts, including some classics such asÂ “The Good Humor Man”,Â and “Richard Nixon’s Guide to Leisure”,Â are available at the new location. Please update your browserâ€™s list of favorites with theÂ new address — and check out what’s in vault217!
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