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Evans Library is featuring two origami events this month: listen to Ian Koss’s talk on March 26th at 6:00 PM, and come back on Friday for our Origami Folding hour.

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Evans Library is pleased to announce the introduction of print document delivery – request items (articles, books, or conference proceedings) from our print collection through ILLiad, and we’ll get you a copy – usually within one business day!

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Stop by Evans Library and learn Carnival dance moves on Friday, February 6th. From 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., you can learn the basic steps of dances popular on the streets of Brazil and Trinidad (and other Caribbean Islands) during Carnival.

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You make think that the stress of college life is no big deal, but it can have very real and serious consequences for your health. This three post series will contain tips on how to manage your time and homework better, and reduce your overall stress load.

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On January 6th, Evans Library was treated to a visit by Dr. Jerome Keuper’s daughter and granddaughter. Melanie Keuper and Amber Patton, along with professors emeriti Dr. Gary Wells and Dr. John Morris were led through a tour of the University Archives Exhibition Room.

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NASA and Florida Tech have always shared a connection, but on the morning of Orion’s test flight, we were once again reminded of it. On display in the Evans Library, Americans in Space: From Mercury to Columbia, documents the history of our manned space program. As we look toward the future with Orion, visitors can look back and see where we’ve been.

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Extended hours were once again a huge hit, and free donuts and coffee even moreso. We hope that everyone used the time wisely, and did well on their finals!

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Did you miss something this month? Come play catch-up with our November recap, and get the scoop on our December hours.

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Tom Wells, Senior Engineering Manager, Harris Corporation, and Frank Perkins, former employee of both Radiation Inc. and Harris Corporation, recently met with Evans Library’s Diane Newman, Special Collections Curator, Erin Mahaney, University Archivist, and Kathy Turner, Associate Dean of Libraries.

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Use Evans Library’s A to Z eBooks to explore the vast collection of eBooks and use your TRACKS log-in to access full text. Consult the eBooks Help Guide to learn about using Evans Library eBooks, finding free eBooks, and checking out eBooks from Brevard County Public Libraries.

Evans Library American Archives Month
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October is American Archives Month! Read about why archives are important. Visit Evans Library online to view our digital collections, including The Florida Tech Oral History Collection, at http://lib.fit.edu/digital-collections/.

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Florida Tech offers many open labs and printing options, including downloading drivers. Some labs are open 24/7 with card access. Find out about all the printing options available to you!

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Coming soon to the Evans Library is Americans in Space: From Mercury to Columbia, an exhibition of NASA photographs documenting the history of American manned space flight from the inaugural Mercury launches through the lunar landing and finally to the maiden flight of the Space Shuttle Columbia.

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Evans Library celebrated Banned Books Week, which focused on comics and graphic novels for 2014, by having a Virtual Readout on September 5. The event was well-attended and featured readings from challenged books such as Fifty Shades of Grey, The Lottery, Persepolis, and Fahrenheit 451. The readings were filmed and can be viewed on Evans Library’s YouTube playlist at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLD6CybToHAtwjGgp-S1HfZJDUgG1d03tp.

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BrowZine is a product that offers a revolutionary new way to browse, read, and monitor journals on your iPad or Android tablet. It works by organizing the articles found in open-access and subscription databases, uniting them into complete journals, then arranging them on a common newsstand. The result is an easy-to-use and familiar way to access scholarly journals across all the disciplines.

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