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Latest Issue: 08 Winter 2023

Schaffer Library Newsletter Winter 2023

In this issue, some topics include an update on the Bigelow Project, welcoming new library staff, a film collection spotlight, new books, welcoming ARHCES - a new digital collections website, and more!

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Past Newsletters:

Issue 07 - Fall 2022

In this issue, learn about the update on the Bigelow Project, where we scanned thousands of John Bigelow's letters, along with other materials. Discover a way to read your favorite periodicals using your personal Union account! Take a look at the First Edition of Dubliners and the new exhibit in Mandeville Gallery, which contains works from artists of various demographics.

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Issue 06 - Spring 2022

In this issue, learn about our new digital collection, Jonathan Pearson Diaries, and a new Medieval discovery in Special Collections! Take a look back at Schaffer Library. Also, the Addenda Exhibition reopens.

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Issue 05 - Winter 2022

In this issue, learn about the process of digitizing the Bigelow papers, accessing Wiley journals, free NY Times personal accounts, and the opening of the Addenda Exhibition at the Mandeville Gallery.

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Issue 04 - Fall 2021

In this issue, find out about new streaming media services, news with the Bigelow Collection Grant, free personal accounts for periodicals, and the Alisa Sikelianos-Carter Exhibition.

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Issue 03 - Spring 2021

In this issue, read about student research & publishing opportunities, database spotlight, Documenting Union Exhibition, and the Student Docent Talks event.

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Issue 02 - Winter 2021

In this issue, read about comics and graphic novels in our database spotlight, winter workshops, new location for the Bloomberg Terminal and the Chitra Ganesh: “Sultana’s Dream” Exhibition.

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Issue 01 - Fall 2020

In this first issue, read about fall workshops and events, accessing library resources and services remotely, updates from Special Collections & Archives and see the new website for Permanent Collection!

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