Archive: 2021

Finish Strong: Keep Wearing Those Masks

The University recently posted good news about a new vaccination site. They also reiterated the need to continue wearing masks. All campus protocols, including using the Healthy Together app and wearing masks, remain in place, even for students, faculty and staff who are vaccinated. — BYU (@BYU) March 18, 2021   If you are studying …

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Data Management Workshop

Students, faculty, and staff are invited to this popular workshop on managing your data. There will be sessions on Data Management Fundamentals, Safeguarding Your Data, Starting Your Data and Research, and Understanding Publishing. Register here: https://byu.libcal.com/calendar/scholcomm?cid=11996&t=d&d=0000-00-00&cal=11996&inc=0    

Celebrating Douglass Day 2021

The BYU Library is joining the national celebration of Douglass Day. Zoom: 947 9162 9699 Passcode: 425283 “About the history of Douglass Day Douglass Day was one of the original inspirations for Black History Month, and was revived starting in 2017 by the Colored Conventions Project. Learn a bit about the┬áhistory of Douglass Days, past …

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Improving Special Collections

  The L. Tom Perry Special Collections is pleased to announce that it has implemented Aeon. Aeon is an automated request and workflow management software specifically designed to improve patron service and to maximize staff efficiency. The Aeon system will handle request management for the department and all patrons of Special Collections will need to …

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