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Latest Issue of Peacock: Real News From the Pfau Library!

Peacock: Real News From the Pfau Library, Spring 2017

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ALA to join March for Science on April 22 | American Libraries Magazine

ALA is joining more than 170 organizations to participate in the March for Science on April 22 and defend the vital role science plays within evidence-based policy making. Source: ALA to join March for Science on April 22 | American

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President Trump’s budget proposal to eliminate federal library funding

WASHINGTON, DC — In response to President Trump’s proposal to eliminate the Institute of Museum and Library Services in his FY2018 budget, American Library Association (ALA) President Julie Todaro today issued the following statement: Source: President’s budget proposal to eliminate

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Access to Information: A Universal Human Right

Article 19 of the [Universal Declaration of Human Rights] states: Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any

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BRAND NEW SCANNER AT THE JOHN M. PFAU LIBRARY!

We have invested in a very sophisticated, yet easy-to-operate, self-service ScannxBook ScanCenter which you may use for free. Specially designed to make scanning from books easy (think textbooks on Course Reserves!), it also may be used to scan documents, etc.  

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New Student Assistant Orientation!

We had our first-ever New Student Assistant Orientation today, where we welcomed 22 awesome new students to our library team! Students met the dean and the coordinators and learned about how our library works; they took a tour of 10

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Critical Information Literacy Laboratory to Replace Quick Start Tutorial

We are excited to announce that as of fall quarter, the Pfau Library’s Quick Start Tutorial will be replaced with updated video tutorials and quizzes for beginning, intermediate, and advanced researchers. These tutorials live in our new resource for instructors,

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