Health Sciences Liaisons…Here for YOU!

Stony Brook now has a team of six liaison librarians available to help students and faculty in the health sciences! If you need help with research—or would like someone to teach your students anything on research—just ask the liaison librarian

Posted in Health Sciences Library, Medicine, School of Dental Medicine, Southampton

Fake News, Real Consequences

Are you concerned with the increase in fake news and misinformation? As a producer and consumer of information, you can make a difference — YOU can counter misinformation and bias. Here are 6 ways you can make a difference NOW

Posted in Information Literacy, Scholarly Communication

Dr. Charlie Robbins on “The Missing Men at Graduation”

On December 18, 2017, the library’s Equity, Inclusion and Diversity committee welcomed Dr. Charles Robbins, the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education and Dean of the Undergraduate Colleges here at Stony Brook University.   Dr. Robbins presented the findings of his recent

Posted in About Us

University Libraries & CAPS: A Pup-tastic Partnership

Each semester, the University Libraries partners with CAPS (Counseling & Psychological Services) to bring a parade of pups to the Melville Galleria for stress relief, research help, and conversation. The events generally take place around high stress periods in the

Posted in About Us

Special Collections and University Archives: 2017 in Review

Special Collections and University Archives had an amazing and banner 2017! Classes, tour groups, and researchers visited the department in person to consult the University Libraries’ unique research and primary source collections. Nearly 1,000 reference questions were answered. Digital collections were launched.

Posted in Digital Collections, Digital Humanities, Library Outreach, Special Collections & University Archives, Spotlight

Tech Spotlight: Kanopy

Learning through different mediums can give you a whole new perspective on a topic. You might pick up on something from reading a newspaper article that you would not have from reading a fictional novel on the subject. The visual

Posted in Emerging Technology, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

Take it with you!

Don’t be tempted to leave your personal items unattended.  Using your personal belongings to “save” a seat is risky. Our staff are walking the public areas of the library frequently but that may not be enough to prevent the theft of

Posted in About Us

Windmill of Lights

Last Friday saw the annual Lighting of the Windmill on the Southampton campus. As always it was a festive and friendly occasion with members of the community as well as students, staff and faculty getting together to enjoy a good

Posted in About Us, Southampton

Therapy Dogs Visit Southampton

Once again, Stony Brook’s PALS program helped Southampton students relieve some end-of-semester stress with a fun visit from our canine friends. Many thanks to Counseling and Psychological Services as well as Southampton’s Student Life office for helping arrange this!

Posted in Southampton

Tech Spotlight: Google Drive

Google is probably already a part of your daily life, but did you know you can use it to store all your files and pictures?   Microsoft can glitch, causing you to lose a whole all-nighter’s worth of work. And

Posted in Emerging Technology, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

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