Make a Date with Data This February and March!
How does your commute make you feel? Map it! What does Facebook know about you? Download your data! What do you need to say about your data in a grant proposal? Learn about data management plans!
February Workshops in the Recording Studios
Looking for a place to record your podcast or video project? Need to develop your media production chops? What is good sound design? The expert staff in the Library’s Recording Studios can teach you how in our multi-part workshop series this month.
Featured Resource: Black Freedom Struggle in the 20th Century
Detailing the interaction between civil rights leaders and organizations and the highest levels of the federal government
This collection focuses on the political side of the freedom movement, the role of civil rights organizations in pushing for civil rights legislation, and the interaction between African Americans and the federal government in the 20th century. Licensed for use by Northeastern University faculty, staff, and currently enrolled students.
Neighborhood Matters: Spring Series
Tuesday, 2/26: Film screening: Through Strength and Struggle - a documentary about Chinese garment workers in Boston
Tuesday, 3/19: Film screening: Left on Pearl - a documentary about women's protest and creation of Women's Center in Cambridge
Wednesday, 4/3: Stephen Gray: Urban Design and the Color-Line - a talk about the intersection of race and urban design in Boston
New Titles List
Discover the Newest Titles from the Library
This list of newly acquired library materials is updated monthly and includes both physical and online resources. Click the title of an item to view the catalog record. From the catalog record, you can quickly access an online item or determine the call number and location of a physical item. If you are looking for items in specific formats, specific subject areas, or at specific libraries, you can limit your search using the “Material Type,” “LC Class,” and “Library” links. If you have questions or need help using this list, please Ask a Librarian!