Category: Libraries

Photo Essay

The Shrinking Aral Sea

Climate change has been described as a “slow-moving crisis”—one that has developed over decades and requires long-term vision to address. This presents a unique challenge

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Wonders of the Natural World

Great writing invites us to a sensory experience—to see, hear, feel, smell, and taste—and such writing has the power to capture our students’ interest, ignite

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Webinars

Introducing Research Lists

Research is the backbone of any academic pursuit—but for many students, it can be a particularly intimidating part of the learning process. Fortunately, digital technology

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When Women Didn't Count
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When Sexism Skews Statistics

Policeman. Fireman. Salesman. As their names suggest, these occupations have historically been associated with men. In the 21st century, our society is waking up to

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