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Voxgov: News from U.S. Government Sources

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Voxgov collects over 50 different document types from U.S. Federal Government sources. These include press releases, speeches, transcripts, columns, blogs, fact sheets, social media, Federal Register and Congressional documents, among many others. Materials are included from candidates in the presidential election campaign.

Star Trek 50th Anniversary

Star Trek 50th Anniversary

Now through November 2016
Main Library, 3rd floor, West Wing

This exhibit celebrates the 50th Anniversary of Star Trek: The Original Series and the vast Star Trek universe created over the last fifty years. The television show premiered on NBC on September 8, 1966 and ended its run on June 3, 1969. Since its cancelation, the original series and the other Star Trek series and movies have become a pop culture phenomenon, even more popular today than twenty-five or fifty years ago. The exhibit highlights a wealth of scholarly and popular resources, many available in the MSU Libraries. Included are nonfiction and fiction books, biographies, blueprints, action figures, movies, music, comics, model ships, zines, and there’s even a tribble or two.

Exhibit produced by Suzi Teghtmeyer and Sheila Bryant.

40 Years of Punk: 1976 - 2016

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Now through November 30, 2016
Main Library, 4th Floor, West Wing

An exhibit marking the 40th anniversary of "punk": its development (pre and post), antecedents, cultural contexts, and aftermath through a selection of research materials available through the MSU Libraries.

Exhibit produced by Joshua Barton and Michael Rodriguez.

Fall 2016 Classes and Workshops

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Sign up today for a free workshop at the library! Sign up early, as most classes have limited enrollment.  Offered this semester:

  • Citation Management -  Endnote X6 and Endnote Online, Mendeley, and Zotero
  • Digital Humanities - including Git and Github
  • Make Central  - using kites for aerial photography and laser cutting for bookmark making
  • GIS programs - map reading, QGIS, geocoding, and 3D printing terrain maps

MARS: MSU Article Retrieval Service

MSU Article Retrieval Service

Free - Fast - For Everyone

 

The MSU Libraries will scan from any print collection for you (including those materials previously housed in the Engineering or Math Library) and send you an electronic copy.

 

Submit your request for an electronic copy!

Beal Garden Tours and Tour of the Historic Trees of MSU's North Campus

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The Historic Trees of MSU’s North Campus: A Walking Tour

Friday, September 23, 2016
12:10 – 12:50 pm
(Alternate date in the case of inclement weather: Friday, September 30)

Dr. Frank Telewski, Curator of the W.J. Beal Botanical Garden and Campus Arboretum and Professor of Plant Biology

Back by popular demand! Join Dr. Telewski for a tour of the historic trees of north campus. Find out which trees predate the MSU campus and which were planted by historically important people. The tour will start at Beaumont Tower, meander over to the Beal Botanical Garden, head to Cowles House, and then end at the Beal Arboretum located between Mayo and Campbell Halls.

 

Library Film Series

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Free films - open to the public!  Watch films related to One Book, One Community, and more.  All films are located in the Main Library's Green Room (4-West).

That Strange Summer

Monday, September 12, 2016

6:00 pm

 

La Pirogue

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

7:00 pm

 

Which Way Home

Thursday, September 22, 2016

7:00 pm

 

Living History

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

6:00 pm

Mango Languages

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Mango is an online interactive language learning tool, that combines sound, text (including captioning) and images. It covers more than 70 languages, including ASL, Arabic, English as a second language (in 17 versions for various language speakers), Canadian French, Igbo, Swahili and Yiddish.