Spring Zotero Workshop Series
Zotero Sign up to attend a one-hour tutorial to get started with Zotero. All workshops are held in the Lane Room on level A of the Frost library. Zotero [zoh-TAIR-oh] is a free application that helps you collect, manage, and cite your sources. It's available in all computer labs on campus and you can download it on your personal computer for free. Tutorials and documentation are also available.

mlisa.jpg Image research workshops
Sign up for a one-hour workshop on finding and using high-quality images for your papers, presentations, and creative projects. Learn to search and save images using Amherst College Digital Collections (ACDC), ARTstor, and other image resources, how to make sure you're using the right images for your purpose, and how to properly cite them.

[Uprising thanks] Amherst Uprising Information & Sources 
The library maintains a resource guide compiled by student allies, faculty and staff that includes information about the Amherst Uprising movement, and further diversity and inclusion readings and research resources.


 A Small Exhibit of Small Photographs ... but in Stereo
 Currently in our exhibit case on Level B of Frost Library is a display of  stereograph images from the 1870s and 1880s, taken from the Archives  and  Special Collections. Remember the Viewmaster? Stereographs,  consisting of  two  nearly duplicate photographic images printed side-  by-side on a card,  give  the  illusion of 3-D when viewed through the  lenses of a stereo card  reader. They  were hugely popular in the latter  19th century. Stop by, peer  through the readers, and imagine you are  walking the campus circa 1880.

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Morgan Music: 2pm - 11pm

Archives & Special Collections: Closed

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