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Supporting in-depth research and scholarly inquiry since 2010. Location: University Library, Rm. 306 | Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30a-6p
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Our final blog post of 2018! Check it out as we go back to our "cold, hard paper" roots!
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Scholarly Commons Dec 12
You got this, researchers!
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U of Illinois RBML Dec 12
We've got a WONDERFUL, AWFUL IDEA...join us for our Holiday Open House tomorrow from 3-5pm! We'll have holiday-related highlights on display, including a first edition of "How the Grinch Stole Christmas!" Did you know that Seuss drove a car with a license plate that read GRINCH?
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Scholarly Commons Dec 12
The National Film Registry has been updated! Check out the complete list, and the new films added, here! (Gif is a spoiler 🦖)
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Scholarly Commons Dec 12
Do you have a passion for visual information? Can you capture your research in just ONE image? Submit a piece for the Image of Research contest!
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Scholarly Commons Dec 11
Stats Consulting hours to be aware of! Stats Consultants will be holding Drop-In hours through Wednesday of finals week, and have on call hours on Thursday! Happy planning, researchers!
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Scholarly Commons Dec 10
Check this out!!!
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Scholarly Commons Dec 10
Check out this amazing (and local!) project.
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Scholarly Commons Dec 10
Final projects are fast approaching due! Come hunker own in the Scholarly Commons until 6pm and get some work done! We believe in you!
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Scholarly Commons Dec 7
Stats Consulting hours to be aware of! Stats Consultants will be holding Drop-In hours through Wednesday of finals week, and have on call hours on Thursday! Happy planning, researchers!
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Scholarly Commons Dec 6
"Where can you find text to analyze? So many places!" 📚
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Open Access Tracking Project Dec 5
Marketing via Email Solicitation by Predatory (and Legitimate) Journals: An Evaluation of Quality, Frequency and Relevance
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Scholarly Commons Dec 5
👏🌎🌍🌏👨‍🎓👩‍🎓
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Scholarly Commons Dec 5
Have you heard about the Image of Research Competition?! One image to capture YOUR incredible work! Show us what you do!
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Scholarly Commons Dec 4
Come visit us! 💡
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Scholarly Commons Dec 4
Do you want to learn new, exciting computer skills? HackCulture is an interdisciplinary student hackathon that will run from February 2nd to March 1st. Each weekend will include a different team-based mini-challenge that will encourage participants to learn new skills.
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Scholarly Commons Dec 3
Very interesting ! "Tweets with quotes are 53% more likely to be retweeted". 🤔
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Scholarly Commons Dec 3
📚📚 Job posting!
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Zoe Wake Hyde Nov 28
Reading a bunch of interviews with librarians working to establish OER programs at their institutions and wow, for the millionth time, y'all's job is so much harder than anyone else's and I am in awe. Tech won't save us, but librarians just might (so we best be worth saving).
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Scholarly Commons Dec 3
A fascinating piece of ! Who knew "zero" and "bam" were such popular pieces of lyrics!
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