HealthTech Fair is only two weeks away!

In just a couple of weeks, the Health Sciences Library will host its first HealthTech Fair! Don’t miss out!   We’re going to have representatives on hand to tell you about the great resources you have access to through the

Posted in Health Sciences Library, Library Technology, Medicine, Mobile Technology, Nursing, School of Dental Medicine

OASIS, the OER Discovery Service

Openly Available Sources Integrated Search (OASIS) is a search tool for open educational resources (OER). OASIS currently searches open content from 52 different sources and contains 155,375 records. Use OASIS to discover quality, free open textbooks, courseware and more. OASIS

Posted in OER, Open Access, Scholarly Communication

Upcoming Event: “Chinese and Diasporic Food, Identity, and Memory: A Panel Discussion”

The University Libraries will present “Chinese and Diasporic Food, Identity, and Memory: A Panel Discussion” on Monday, September 24 at 4pm. SBU professors and scholars Timothy August (Department of English), Nerissa Balce (Department of Asian and Asian American Studies), Shirley

Posted in Asian and Asian American Studies, Chinese Studies, Comparative Studies, Cultural Analysis & Theory, Diversity Equity & Inclusion, Events, History, Japanese Studies, Korean Studies, Library Outreach, Social Sciences, South Asian Studies, Special Collections & University Archives

Wild by Nature

We’ve got a new display up in the library highlighting the fascinating diversity of wildlife in and around Shinnecock Bay. From underwater to the skies above, it’s a rich and diverse ecosystem that never ceases to amaze. The photographs in

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University Libraries Presents: STEM Speaker Series by Dr. Heather J. Lynch

The University Libraries is very pleased to announce its first lecture of the fall 2018 STEM Speaker Series presented by Dr. Heather J. Lynch from the Department of Ecology and Evolution.   Title: “How many Adélie penguins are there? and

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Digging in the Southampton Stacks, Book 3: A. A. Milne’s First Plays

A.A. Milne (1882-1956) is an English author who is best known as the creator of Winnie-the-Pooh. Deep in the Southampton Stacks, however, hides an example of Milne’s earlier work. Milne’s First Plays was published in 1919, a transitional period of

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Special Collections to Participate in 4th Annual Culper Spy Day

Celebrate “Culper Spy Day: Our Revolutionary Story” with Special Collections on Saturday, September 15! A collaboration of more than 25 local institutions and organizations, an activity-filled day of community events will highlight the amazing history behind George Washington’s Culper Spy Ring.

Posted in History, Library Outreach, Special Collections & University Archives

Temporary Noise Disruptions in Health Sciences Library

Starting Monday, August 13th, 2018, the Health Sciences Library will undergo a partial structural repair which is anticipated to last 2-3 weeks. During this time, there may be periods of loud noise and some disruptions in study areas. We appreciate

Posted in Health Sciences Library

Music Library Collection Highlight: Grieg’s Piano Concerto in A minor, op. 16

Edvard Grieg’s (1843-1907) Concerto for Piano and Orchestra, op. 16 is one of the most popular works of its kind in the history of classical music.  Composed in 1868, it is his only completed concerto (there are sketches for a

Posted in About Us, Melville Library, Music, Music Library

Librarians Recognized for Outstanding Service to SBU Senate

Librarians Claudia McGivney, Head of Academic Engagement, and Bob Tolliver, Head of Science & Engineering, were recently recognized for their outstanding service to the Stony Brook University Senate committees.   Claudia McGivney serves as a library representative on the SPD

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