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The Library is offering workshops this semester titled “Copyright and Today’s Technologies” and “Managing Your Research.” The workshops are free and open to all UM faculty, students and staff. Register today!
The library has created a new display that ties into the 2011 Community Lecture Series: The Beauty of the Brain. The display features books, illustrations, and models relating to neuroscience, the mind, and the anatomy of the brain. We also have a new LibGuide for the lecture series which will feature readings and resources recommended [...]
The Mansfield Library is proud to announce a new display in the Learning Commons. The Strong Women Project features black and white photographs of strong women leaders, teachers, and activists in our community. The diversity of women featured in the photographs, as well as their various responses about what makes a strong woman, makes for [...]
Need help organizing your references and creating bibliographies?
Learn how to utilize the citation management tool EndNote Web or RefWorks to organize your research in these hands-on workshops. Each tool allows you to store citations and add notes, as well as to create in-text citations and bibliographies in a variety of style formats.
Diversity goes beyond the obvious – beyond race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, or culture. What makes us diverse is not just how we look or how we act, but how we think, how we view the world, and how we approach issues and problems. Often, it can seem as if an issue has only two sides: [...]
Learn how to utilize the citation management tools EndNote Web and RefWorks to organize your research and to easily create bibliographies and citations in this hands-on workshop. Find out about RSS feeds and Table of Contents alerts and how to utilize these awareness services to stay current in your research, too.
Poet Annie Finch will talk about her poetry fieldwork with the Glacier Park wolves and read from her recent work Thursday, Sept. 24, 7 p.m. at the Poetry Corner of the Mansfield Library (NW corner of the fifth floor), University of Montana. Her books are available at the Mansfield Library and include: Eve; Multiformalisms: Postmodern [...]
The Interuniversity Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) has opened registration for its 2009 online meeting to be held October 5-9, which will offer 20 sessions related to social science data and related content, tools, quantitative training/literacy, and still other resources associated with ICPSR and its partners. ICPSR staff will also host several live [...]
Complete your summer session studying at the library in the cool comfort of air conditioning. Beginning May 26, the library is open 7 days a week until the end of summer session on July 31. Check out our hours. Each of our five floors has quiet space, comfortable seating, study tables, and group study rooms. [...]
24 Untitled Works (2006-2007) is a series of vibrant and colorful paintings by Albert Contreras (b. 1933) now on display on the 2nd floor at the Mansfield Library. It is a part of the Montana Museum of Art and Culture’s permanent collection. To find out more about Contreras, try a search for articles using the [...]