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Library Resources Celebrating Native American Heritage Month 2020

November is National Native American Heritage Month, a month-long holiday to commemorate Indigenous cultural legacies and provide a platform to honor Indigenous peoples. In the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, Indigenous communities were disproportionately impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. This

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Stony Brook University Libraries announces access to The HistoryMakers Digital Archives database!

The HistoryMakers Digital Archives database provides access to scholarly materials that provide insight into African American history and culture. It houses the Nation’s Largest African American Video Oral History Collection. Stony Brook University Libraries would like to acknowledge those who

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EID Committee to present program on “Locating Reliable Sources for Indigenous Research Papers and Projects” with Dana Reijerkerk

In commemoration of Native American Heritage Month, the Committee on Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity at the University Libraries is excited to present a workshop on “Locating Reliable Sources for Indigenous Research Papers and Projects” with our very own librarian Dana

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Stony Brook University Libraries announces the formation of its Anti-Racism Task Force

The Anti-Racism Task Force is a subgroup of Stony Brook University Libraries’ Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity Committee. Its primary focus is on social justice issues, particularly with a lens on anti-black racism. This group seeks to provide a hub of

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Gregg Stevens – Distinguished member in the Academy of Health Information Professionals

The health sciences library is proud to announce that Gregg A. Stevens, our liaison librarian to the School of Nursing, has been accepted as a Distinguished Member of the Academy of Health Information Professionals (AHIP).  AHIP distinguished membership requires an

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Native American Heritage Month

November marks the near end of the Fall semester and the beginning of Native American Heritage Month. Native American Heritage Month is a national U.S. holiday instituted in 1990 to celebrate, honor, and provide a platform for Indigenous peoples to

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Jon Heggestad Discusses Data Visualizations at the Center for Digital Humanities

Jon Heggestad, PhD Candidate in the English Department, presented, ” Developing Data Visualizations for Humanities Research,” via Zoom to an audience of students, faculty, and staff. Jon completed an internship at the library’s Center for Digital Humanities during the Spring

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Why Weird Tales?

Why Weird Tales? On Wednesday, October 28th, the Libraries will be live-streaming a series of dramatic readings of stories from the fabled pulp-fiction magazine Weird Tales. Why? The event, taking place on YouTube, is entitled “Weird Tales Out of Copyright.”

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Congratulations to Stony Book University Libraries’ 2019-2020 Open Educational Resources grant recipients!

Stony Brook University Libraries would like to congratulate the following instructors for creating, adapting and or adopting Open Educational Resources (OER) in their course/s. They are creating and or using openly available course materials that are customizable to their needs

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Meet the Social Media Interns

Hi! My name is Anthony Carl – I’m a sophomore here at Stony Brook University studying business and specializing in marketing. I’m excited to introduce myself as one of the marketing interns for the library this semester. Working with the

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