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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.

Muslim Journeys Book Club

Please join us for our campus/community scholar-led book discussion series.  The next book will be:

The Bosnia List by Kenan Trebincevic with Susan Shapiro

Digital Scholarship Lab

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The Michigan State University Libraries and the College of Arts & Letters have partnered to open a state-of-the-art Digital Scholarship Lab. The 10,000-square-foot space in the Main Library features a 360-degree immersive visualization room that accommodates up to 15 students.  In addition, the lab features a virtual reality room with VR headsets, instruction space, meeting rooms, offices and a dedicated room for digitization projects.  It opens February 5, 2018.

Spring 2018 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 Scholarship -
  • Make Central  - knitting, 3D printing, and more
  • GIS programs - map reading, QGIS, geocoding, and 3D printing terrain maps
  • Desire2Learn, ZOOM, and MediaSpace

Forms of Activism: Sahar Khalifeh’s Palestine

Portrait of Sahar Khalifeh

Now through March 2018
Main Library, 2nd Floor, West Wing

This exhibition explores the life and work of Palestinian feminist novelist Sahar Khalifeh (b. 1941).

Exhibit produced by Deborah Margolis

USC Shoah Foundation's Visual History Archive

USC Shoah Foundation

The USC Shoah Foundation's Visual History Archive is a fully streaming video collection of more than 53,000 primary source testimonies of survivors and witnesses of the Holocaust (Shoah), the Armenian Genocide, the Rwandan Genocide, the Guatemalan Genocide, the Cambodian Genocide, and the Nanjing Massacre. The vast majority of the testimonies contain a complete personal history of life before, during, and after the interviewee's firsthand experience with genocide.

MSU access to the USC Shoah Foundation's Visual History Archive is made possible by a generous gift from Edward Brill and Leslie VanBrandt in honor of their brother, Michael Brill.

Note: First-time users must register to create a personal login

Data Duplicity

Brent Spiner as android Data’s evil brother Lore, Star Trek: the Next Generation, episode 2364.

Now through February 2018
Main Library, 3rd Floor, West Wing

An exhibit on decoding data past and present.

Exhibit produced by Scout Calvert, Chana Kraus-Friedberg, and Amanda Tickner