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Learn how to organize online sources with a single click, generate bibliographies instantly, and more. Workshops: Tuesday, November 28, Wednesday, November 29, and Monday, December 4.
The region’s leading used & antiquarian booksellers and fine letterpress printers, book binders, paper makers, and artist book makers will be showcased at the third edition of the Northampton Book and Book Arts Fair on Saturday, December 2, 2017, 1 to 5 p.m. and Sunday, December 3, 2017, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Smith College Campus Center. Keynote address by Nicholas A. Basbanes, “Among the Gently Mad,” December 2 at 5:15 p.m., Graham Hall Auditorium in the Brown Fine Arts Center.
Come to workshops, presentations, and fun activities including drone flying, map coloring, chocolate-making, Geopary, and more! 10 a.m.-5 p.m, Spatial Analysis Lab, Sabin-Reed 104.
PressReader provides unlimited access to thousands of magazines and newspapers from more than 100 countries in 60 languages.
Struggling with keeping track of your sources and creating stylistically correct bibliographies? Come learn Zotero, a simple but high-powered source management software, Young Library foyer. No appointment necessary!
Pianists from the Smith community welcome a new Steinway to Josten Library's Mezzanine with a profusion of short pieces across a range of styles, 5 p.m.
Otelia Cromwell Day is an annual slate of workshops, lectures, films and entertainment to honor Smith’s first African American graduate. The first Otelia Cromwell Day was held in 1989 to provide the college community with an opportunity for further education and reflection about issues of diversity and racism. Author and cultural critic Roxane Gay will deliver the keynote address at 1 p.m. in John M. Greene Hall. Afternoon and evening classes are cancelled, but the Libraries will remain open.
Mapping workshops are happening throughout the months of October and November 2017. Open to all! Sign up isn't necessary, but encouraged.
ScholarWorks is Smith's institutional repository, a showcase and archive for Smith scholarship. Designed in tandem with the faculty Open Access Policy, ScholarWorks provides a suite of tools to help you build new audiences, maximize your scholarly impact, and retain more rights as an author-- all while publishing in the journal of your choice.
Includes popular films across all genres, from major studios, independent, foreign, and art producers. Connect from "Library Databases" libguides.smith.edu/az.php