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Au courant French, Italian

News on the library front for scholars at Stanford working on French and Italian topics. Includes announcements of new books, periodicals, and electronic resources as well as events and reference issues.

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Branner Blog earthsciences, environment

Earth Sciences News and Resources from Branner Library and Map Collections

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Cubberley Education Library education, library

Periodic updates from the Cubberley Education Library at Stanford.

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East Asia Library Blog asia, Asian studies, china, Chinese studies, Japan, Japanese studies, Korea, Korean studies

This blog provides on the latest information and available resources in the East Asia Library.

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Green Library Information Center Blog academics, information center, library, research

IC blog provides insights on new library resources, research tools, new and valuable collections of interest, news that affects academic research and offers a way for Stanford community to communicate with librarians.

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How They Got Game archives, Digital Games, Digital Preservation, games, history, video games, virtual worlds

Website and blog of the How They Got Game project.

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Jackson Library Blog business More
Meyer Tech Desk Blog acrobat, adobe, apple, audacity, computer, creative, desk, dreamweaver, equipment checkout, final cut, garageband, idvd, ilife, illustrator, imovie, indesign, library, lost and found, multimedia, photoshop, poster, printing, studio, tech, troubleshootin

Detailing the adventures of the Tech Desk Consultants who proudly work on the 2nd Floor of Meyer Library (the library without books) at Stanford University. Computer troubleshooting tips, multimedia tutorials, and general Meyer news. Check it out!

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rondest's blog East European, Eurasian, librarianship, libraries, library, library acquisitions, Slavic

Current topics in Slavic librarianship. Will also include some significant new Slavic, East European and Eurasian library resources at Stanford.

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Social Science Data and Software (SSDS) atlas ti, census, nvivo, sas, spss, stata, statistics, survey

Social Science Data and Software (SSDS) is a group within the Stanford University Libraries & Academic Information Resources (SULAIR) that provides services and support to Stanford faculty, staff and students in the acquisition of social science data and the selection and use of quantitative (statistical) and qualitative analysis software. SSDS staff provide these services in a variety of ways that include consulting, workshops and help documentation. We are located in the Social Sciences Resource Center (SSRC) on the first floor of the Green Library Bing Wing.

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Special Collections & University Archives Blog Exhibits, Manuscripts, Rare Books, Special Collections, University Archives

News about ongoing projects, new undertakings, newly processed collections; highlights of interesting accessions or discoveries of interest to our colleagues and researchers. Contributors to the blog will be members of the department -- regular and project staff, interns and students.

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Stanford Engineering Library Blog engineering, science, technology More
Swain Chemistry & Chemical Engineering Library Blog chemical engineering, chemistry, engineering, library, science

Latest news from the Swain Library

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United States History at Stanford University Library American history, history, library

Created by the Curator for American and British history at the Stanford University Library, this blog describes new resources in American history available through the Stanford University Library.

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