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It's December! LITS is open 24 hours beginning Wednesday, December 11th through the end of exams. Your OneCard will be needed for access between midnight and 8 am. Happy studying!
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Shorter days? Happy lights!
Sunlight is an essential ingredient for a healthy lifestyle, but many of us don't get the amount of light we need -- especially in these winter months. HappyLight therapy lamps are available at the Circulation Desk for 7-day loan.
Closed for snow
LITS will delay opening until 9:30 am on Tuesday 12/3 in line with the College due to snow. Please check the campus alerts page for further information.
Media Services seeks faculty input
We're looking to add new features and make adjustments to the way the AV systems in classrooms work (focusing primarily on the newer touchscreens). Faculty, please provide us input!
Virtual reality open house
Come try out the Oculus Rift and other VR headsets! Open to faculty, students, and staff, Wednesday, November 20th from 12:30 pm-2:30 pm in the Language Resource Center.
Trans Week of Remembrance, Resilience and Resistance
A display of books by trans people, November 18-November 22 in Williston Library, 4th floor newspaper space.
Telephone system maintenance
There will be scheduled maintenance to the campus-wide telephone system on Saturday, November 16th at 6:00AM.
Problems with ILL
We're getting reports of intermittent problems accessing interlibrary loan. If you are having trouble, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your request and we will fill them via email. Apologies for the inconvenience!
Logging into library databases
LITS is doing a quick server upgrade on Friday, November 15 at 9:00 am that may affect access to library databases. If you try to connect without success, please try again in about ~10 minutes!
Pounded and punched and measured
Dr. Frances Davey will discuss her research into MHC's practice from the 1880s-1950s to chart physical fitness with the goal to mold the student body into a "socially inoffensive agent of progressive change."
Google Cloud Print is currently unavailable
Students will not be able to print from their own computers while the service is down. MHC students should use the LITS-LabsMFDs print queue from LITS computers on campus.
Voicemail system maintenance
There will be scheduled maintenance to the campus-wide voicemail system on Tuesday, November 5th at 7am.
Naxos Music Library: new look, listen with the app!
Naxos Music Library is an online music streaming service with classical music and more, available to the whole MHC community. Now with a new look and app.
Indigenous Heritage Month
A display of books focusing on Native American history and cultures in the Williston Library atrium.
How charts lie
Did you miss Alberto Cairo's great talk on graphicacy? Follow him on Twitter, get his slides!
How charts lie
Join us as author Alberto Cairo discusses how charts lie — by displaying incomplete data, suggesting misleading patterns, and concealing uncertainty. Improve your “graphicacy,” a term for visual literacy.
Postponed: Telephone system maintenance
The important maintenance to the campus-wide telephone system scheduled for Monday, October 14th has been deferred until further notice.
Henrietta Hooker's Two Careers
Learn about Henrietta Hooker and her prize-winning chickens in a talk by Robert Herbert, Professor Emeritus of Art History, Monday, October 7 at 4:30 pm in Archives & Special Collections.
Celebrate LGBTQ History Month
Come see the display of books pertaining to LGBTQ history in the Library Reading Room.
Change the Subject
Change the Subject tells the story of Dartmouth College students committed to promoting the dignity of undocumented peoples in the library catalog. Join us for a screening on October 4th.
"Climate Refugees" film screening
A Climate Preparedness Week event at MHC. Join us for the screening of the documentary on September 26th at 6:00 pm in the Stimson Room. There will be pizza!
Mount Holyoke Votes
Explore student activism for voting rights from the 1890s-1960s with letters, photographs, printed materials and one beautiful dress from an alumna from the class of 1916.
Los libros son para todos
LITS is celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15th-October 15th with a book display in the Atrium. Come see what books we've shared!
Keep the light on
Censorship leaves us in the dark. Celebrate the freedom to read during Banned Books Week, September 22-28. Look for a book display and keep an eye on LITS social media for more details.
National Voter Registration Day
Stop by the Atrium on Tuesday, September 24, from 2:00-4:00 pm to check your voter registration status and grab a button!
Senior carrel choosing
Class of 2020 carrel choosing is scheduled for Sunday, September 22 at 9:00 am in the Whiting Alcove on the 6th floor of the library.
Google Cloud printing
Need to print your work from your own computer or mobile device to a campus printer? Learn all about the Google Cloud.
Academic home use software licenses
Current students, faculty and staff have free access to SPSS, Mathematica and MatLab. Learn how to get access.
Lynda.com is now LinkedIn Learning - same courses, more features!
All Lynda accounts have been transitioned to LinkedIn over the summer. Continue seamlessly where you left off.
Welcome, class of 2023!
Have questions? We have answers! Look for LITS at Tuesday's Academic Fair. #WelcomeMoHome
New printers are here
85 brand new Canon multi-function devices (MFDs) have been installed around campus.