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We need to beat the University of Michigan in our Food Drive! So don't lug that unused non-perishable food and personal items home. Drop them off at the library. They will go to the MSU Food Bank to help others.
More information: http://www.lib.msu.edu/features/?e=329. Go Green!
The University of Michigan has almost two boxes of food and we don't have any. We need to catch up! Bring in your non-perishable food, household and personal items to the Business Library to donate to the MSU Food Bank. See our web site for more information: http://www.lib.msu.edu/features/?e=329.
Go Green! Let's beat the University of Michigan!
It’s a Food Fight!
First Annual Gast-Kresge Food Fight
(MSU vs UM)
or the first annual Gast-Kresge Library Food Drive Competition
Monday, April 1 – Friday, May 31
We’re collecting non-perishable food, household and personal items at the Business Library to donate to the MSU Food Bank. Clean out your cupboards before moving this spring!
Let’s beat the University of Michigan!
See our web site for more information: http://www.lib.msu.edu/features/?e=329.
The MSU Libraries have purchased campus-wide access to The Chronicle of Higher Education. The site license allows MSU departments and faculty members to save money by cancelling their individual subscriptions to The Chronicle and connecting through the library’s subscription instead.
From a computer on campus, simply go to the Chronicle website: chronicle.com. The entire MSU IP range is covered by the new subscription, so no login or password is needed.
From a computer off-campus, you must connect through the library’s proxy server: http://ezproxy.msu.edu/login?url=http://chronicle.com. Without this step, the Chronicle site will not be able to authenticate you as an MSU user. Sign in with your MSUnet ID and password for full access to Chronicle content.
The Chronicle of Higher Education is a leading source for news coverage on the academic sector, student life, online learning, college and university job openings, and more.
New publishing techniques make it possible for everyone who writes to publish books. MSU Journalism instructor Joe Grimm has published eight books using several methods, including the academic press, print on demand, working directly with publishers, multi-platform digital publishing, and working with small publishers. Come figure out how to publish your next book!
Part of the Faculty Discussion Group series on Alternative Publishing Models in Academia, organized by the MSU Libraries in response to faculty request.
Wednesday, January 30, 4-5 PM
MSU Main Library, Room W449
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