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Apply by March 3rd to the Library Undergraduate Research Award

February 21, 2024

Are you finishing a term paper, starting a senior thesis or using Library resources in your academic work? Interested in winning a CASH PRIZE? If so, keep reading! You can get recognized for your amazing work by applying for The Claremont Colleges Library Undergraduate Research Award (LURA)! This award recognizes exemplary, original student work demonstrating.
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“Really, Really Annoying” No More

October 30, 2023

Microsoft recently announced a resolution to a longstanding auto-formatting issue with Excel spreadsheets that has been frustrating researchers for years. While Microsoft’s popular productivity products, such as Word and Excel, were perhaps designed with industry workplaces in mind, their widespread adoption in specialized academic settings has led to some particular frustrations with the “one-size-fits-all” autocorrect.
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International Open Access Week 2023: Community Over Commercialization

October 23, 2023

Jennifer Beamer, Scholarly Communications Librarian We invite you to join us in championing the idea that access to information should be free, open and available to all, which is recognized each year during International Open Access Week. This year’s theme – “Community Over Commercialization” – is being celebrated from October 23–29 and is dedicated to.
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Recognizing Latinx Heritage Month

September 26, 2023

Latinx Heritage Month*, also known as National Hispanic Heritage Month, is observed each year between September 15 to October 15, to celebrate Americans whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America, including those from indigenous backgrounds. To highlight these individuals’ contributions, history and heritage, we invite you to explore the.
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Addressing ChatGPT in the Library’s Academic Integrity Tutorial

August 29, 2023

The Claremont Colleges Library provides three interactive tutorials that are key to helping students kickstart their academic career: Start Your Research, Getting Started with Literature Reviews, and Exploring Academic Integrity. Students can take these tutorials on their own, or faculty can assign them in their courses. While we’re always looking to improve our tutorials and.
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How You Can Help Preserve the Voices of Social Movements

June 14, 2023

Just like the student curators of the Archiving Social Movements exhibit, you too can preserve and archive the voices and histories of social movements – including both significant and lesser-known events in culture and society related to activism, civil rights, education, environmentalism, labor, politics, war and more – by contributing to Special Collections and Archives.
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Celebrating Pride Month with Open Access Book Publisher Punctum Books

June 5, 2023

In honor of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Intersex (LGBTQI+) Pride Month (aka Pride Month) which is observed each June, we are pleased to announce that The Claremont Colleges Library has joined Punctum Books Supporting Library Membership Program for one year. Punctum Books is a scholar-led, queer-led and peer-reviewed academic book publisher devoted to.
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