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Monthly Archives: April 2012

FDLP Anniversary

Of over 1,200 participating libraries, MU is the 15th oldest in the nation We are the 6th oldest academic library in the FDLP U.S. Superintendent of Documents/Assistant Public Printer Mary Alice Baish will be flying in from Washington to present

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New: Online workshops now available for EndNote X5 and Zotero!

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The MU Libraries Faculty Lecture Series Presents Dr. Doug Randall

“A Glimpse at Science in the Antarctic” April 19, 2012 1 pm Ellis Library Colonnade The presentation will take a look at some of the USA’s Antarctic science activities operated under the National Science Foundations Polar Programs, how to do

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Paper Presentations From the 2nd Annual MU Libraries Undergraduate Research Paper Contest

Monday, 16 April 2-3 p.m. Ellis Library Colonnade 1st Place: Nathaniel Schuster Alma’s Betrayal and Mahler’s Unfinished Symphony No. 10 Written for Music 3085: Problems in Music Teacher: Professor Judith Mabary 2nd Place: Donald Glen Cole “…In View of Impending

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Changes to Find It @ MU

The MU Libraries have contracted with Serials Solutions to utilize 360 Link for the “Find It @ MU” service. It will continue to allow researchers searching within databases to easily check for the availability of the specific material they need

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Holocaust Remembrance Week

In honor of Holocaust Remembrance Day, winning entries of the Saint Louis Holocaust Museum and Learning Center’s annual Art and Writing Competition will be displayed at Ellis Library on the University of Missouri campus April 2-30. Each year middle and high school

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Poetry Reading by Author Toi Derricotte

“poems that stick with you like a song that won’t stop repeating itself in your brain, poems whose cadences burrow into your bloodstream, orchestrating your breathing long before their sense attaches its hooks to your heart.” —Washington Post on Captivity

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