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André Schleife Oct 18
Two more teaching goodies from the first half of the semester: One-on-one computer lab chats in and Miller indices in (thanks to the IDEA lab team at ). Now on to the second half!! 💪👨‍🏫
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Grainger Engineering Library Sep 11
The Grainger Engineering Library will be providing limited study space on an appointment basis beginning Monday, September 14th. Current students, faculty, and staff can register 24 hours in advance for a specific available seat at .
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Grainger Engineering Library May 26
Elsevier has highlighted our research impact project in their latest customer stories feature. Our project utilizes Elsevier Scopus API to create an interactive visualization to measure research impact. Learn more:
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Grainger Engineering Library May 15
We're so excited about the new Open Access Read and Publish agreement between the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and IEEE! Learn more:
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University Library Apr 22
Don't worry about returning overdue books & materials. Keep whatever you have until we reopen. All fines and late fees are being waived. Need to return an item? The book drop at the Main Library (at the southwest corner of the building accessible from the E3 lot) is still open!
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The Grainger College of Engineering Apr 8
💙 100 years in the making 🧡 The first Engineering Open House was in 1920, and it is now an integral part of the experience. In our 4-part series, we’ll show you what EOH is, the students behind it, and how the coronavirus pandemic impacts the story.
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U. Illinois Archives Mar 31
How is the COVID-19 crisis affecting you? Share your story with so that future generations have first-person accounts of this time. We invite the community to submit written accounts, artwork, or video/audio recordings:
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University Library Mar 30
Just a reminder that librarians (and now their pets too) are still here to help you with your research needs via our chat service:
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CSL at Illinois Mar 30
If you're having more Zoom meetings than ever, check out these Zoom backgrounds from ! There are lots of options from around the Engineering quad!: For more info about displaying the background:
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Funk ACES Library Mar 28
Our grad assistant, Grace, may not be in the library but she has her library candle and Illini colors to make her feel right at home! She can also still help you with any of your research questions while the library is closed, check out Ask a Librarian for online reference help!
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The Grainger College of Engineering Mar 28
“Ventilators are necessary to help patients get more oxygen,” Dr. Karen White said. “That’s why we’re optimistic that by further developing the Illinois RapidVent, we can develop more options for our sickest patients.”
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The Grainger College of Engineering Mar 27
A team led by The Grainger College of Engineering and Carle Health has produced a prototype emergency ventilator to help address the expected surge in need for respiratory care associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. Introducing the Illinois RapidVent:
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University Library Mar 21
Looking for mental health resources during these difficult times? Take a look at this list compiled by The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Psychology Department: [Gif: a brain with arms and legs doing a bench press].
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University Library Mar 20
Pursuant to Governor Pritzker's "stay-at-home" order issued this afternoon, all University Library locations will be closed to the public, including faculty and students, immediately through April 7, 2020. The Library will endeavor to provide virtual services during this time...
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The Grainger College of Engineering Mar 20
When faced with the unknown, it helps to remember that you’re a part of a community. You are a member of the 425,000+ Illini family. A group filled with the world's brightest minds and biggest hearts. There is nothing we can't handle together. 💙🧡
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Grainger Engineering Library Mar 18
The Grainger Engineering Library will be open from 8:30am to 4pm Monday through Friday starting March 23rd with limited services. Up to date information on our open hours and services is available on the library website:
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The Grainger College of Engineering Mar 17
🎉 Exciting news! 🎉 We're the #10 overall engineering graduate program in U.S. News and World Report's 2021 rankings!
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University Library Mar 13
Replying to @IllinoisLibrary
Post Spring Break Update: After March 20, all campus libraries will be closed except a portion of the Main Library, open 10am-4pm. In this rapidly-evolving situation, please refer to the online Libraries and Hours for the most current information:
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University Library Mar 13
Spring Break Library Update: The University Library will remain open (week days) with limited locations and reduced hours. will close at 5pm tonight and remain closed until further notice. All other campus libraries are open through March 20.
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Grainger Engineering Library Dec 13
Almost everything you need for a successful finals week!
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