Join us for a DiSC Research Connections presentation on “Text Mining Digital Humanities Blogs with APIs, OpenRefine, and R” on Tuesday, October 29, 3-4 p.m., in Fenwick 2001. This session will be led by Laura Crossley, PhD student, Department of History and Art History.
October is Archives Month, and our Special Collections Research Center (SCRC) has multiple opportunities for you to learn and celebrate with them.
Archives Month Information Session, Wednesday, October 2, 1-4pm, Johnson Center, Kiosk C: Stop by and chat with someone from the Libraries’ Special Collections Research Center about archives and special collections. SCRC will be available to answer any questions you have about archives – or research – and how we can help. We will also have general information about our collections with particular research value.
Archives Fair, Wednesday, October 9, 2-4pm, Fenwick 2001: Come and speak to various local archival repositories about their collections, historical resources, and potential internships. Participating organizations, in addition to SCRC, include: Virginia Room (Fairfax County Public Library), Fairfax Circuit Court Historical Records Center, Thomas Balch Library, Local History and Special Collections (Alexandria Library), Truban Archives (Shenandoah County Library), Center for Local History (Arlington Public Library), Louise Archer Elementary School Archives and Historic Vienna, Inc., Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference (REMIX), Virginia Commonwealth University Special Collections and Archives.
Archives Month Open House, Thursday, October 31, 12-3pm, Fenwick 2400 (SCRC Seminar Room): Join Special Collections Research Center for a fun-filled event to celebrate the end of Archives Month. We will display some of our coolest materials related to “Book Arts,” this year’s Archives Month theme. We will be dressing in costume – so feel free to dress up too! Light food and refreshments will be served (away from the materials, of course!).
Patriot Success is a campus-wide support initiative to help undergraduate students stay on course to achieve their student goals. Undergraduate, degree-seeking students were invited to take the survey via an email announcement sent to their Masonlive e-mail accounts on Sunday, September 22.
The survey will be available to all eligible undergraduate students from September 23 through October 6, 2019.
For more information about the Patriot Success initiative, please visit patriotsuccess.gmu.edu.
Mason Libraries welcome the Mason Nation to a new academic year, and we’re ready to help you succeed.
Mason Libraries provides free 24/7 access to thousands of online resources for Mason faculty, students and staff – just use your Mason NetID and password to discover what’s in Mason Libraries’ collections for you. Highlights include:
- More than 750 databases for research, teaching, learning – and relaxing! Explore the Libraries A-Z Database List to find journals, newspapers, books, music, media and more.
- Subject librarians provide focused expertise through personalized research assistance.
- Subject guides – great starting points for research.
- Workshops, Events & Exhibits – learning, research and cultural opportunities are offered at all Mason Libraries throughout the year.
- Special Collections Research Center, Digital Scholarship Center, Mason Publishing, Teaching & Learning Services – and more.
Visit library.gmu.edu to discover what the Libraries offer to support and enhance your learning, teaching, and research at Mason. We’re at your fingertips!