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What's Happening at the Library

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The Library Returns. . . Mostly

With Governor Phil Murphy’s Executive Order 242 and followed by President Farvardin’s June 8th announcement, we want to announce changes to protocols that will return Library services to almost pre-pandemic conditions.

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Getting You Across the Finish Line

Warmer weather is upon us! And with that, the spring semester is coming to an end. It’s been a challenging year with the global pandemic and altered college life but it looks like we’re starting to turn a corner. With everything brightening up, the Library would like you to know we’re here to get you across the finish line. 

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Spreading the Word: Open and Affordable Education…

Open Education Week takes place March 1-5, 2021, but at the Samuel C. Williams Library, working to expand awareness and adoption of open and affordable educational resources happens throughout the year. 

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Welcome to Your Library

This year for National Library Week (April 4-10, 2021) we collected data to provide a snapshot of all we were able to bring to the Stevens community.

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"Democracy Depends Upon Certain 'Truths'…

On Wednesday, March 3rd the Library led a forum entitled “Lies, Facts, and the Future of Our Democracy” with librarians Courtney Walsh, Vicky Ludas Orlofsky, and Romel Espinel. The discussion centered around the persistence of misinformation, disinformation, and propaganda, and how those issues impact democracy here and around the world.

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