BLAIS: On Every Level - Winter Edition
Explore the Barnard Library centers and departments with games, zine-making, and hot drinks!
Day 3: Thurs., Dec. 12 2-4pm, MLC 423 and 516: Self-care cookbook zine making in the Archives, and data visualization wipe away in the Computational Science Center (no coding skills required!)
Monday, Dec. 2, 11:00am-1:00pm, MLC Lobby
Tuesday, Dec. 3, 11:00am-1:00pm, MLC Lobby
Wednesday, Dec. 4, 11:00am-1:00pm, Diana Center
Thursday, Dec. 5, 11:00am-1:00pm, Diana Center
Need research help? Curious about library resources? Barnard Personal Librarians will answer questions, bolstered with snacks and swag.
Wednesday, Dec. 4, 3:00-4:00pm, LIL (MLC 225)
Thursday, Dec. 5, 1:00-2:00pm, LIL (MLC 225)
This workshop introduces Zotero, a free open source bibliography tool. Bring your own device if possible. Snacks provided.
Thursday, December 5, 3:00-5:00pm, Media Center Production Studio (MLC 105C).
Join us in writing holiday cards to incarcerated LGBTQ folks.
Thursday, December 5, 5:00-7:00pm, Movement Lab (MLC LL020).
Heidi Latsky will discuss aging and experiences with the disability community. Gregory Youdan will highlight the research of dance as intervention for aging populations and those with neurological diseases.
Friday, December 6, 12:00-2:00pm, Media Center Production Studio (MLC 105C)
Monday, Dec. 16, 3:00-5:00 PM, MLC Lobby Wednesday, Dec. 18, 3:00-5:00pm, MLC Lobby
Please bring STEM, social science, and language textbooks to donate! (We are only in need of these subjects.) A partnership between Dean of Student Success Office and Barnard Library.
Every Wednesday, 12:00-1:00pm, Movement Lab (MLC LL020).
Need a break or a floaty place to meditate?
Every Wednesday, 12:00-1:00pm, Digital Humanities Center (MLC 103)
Welcome 2019-2020 Archives Fellows Hilary Wang and Alisha Mascarenhas! Hilary is focusing on archival processing, reference, outreach, and digitization. Alisha is working on the Nuyorican Poets Cafe Founders Archive Project with Lois Griffith BC’69
ERC Lab Coordinator Fatima Koli presented (Un)Privileging the Map: A Community Collaboration in Understanding Economic Security at the Mapping (IN) Justice Symposium on November 8th. The paper was written by Koli, the ERC’s Associate Director Alisa Rod, and History Professor Premilla Nadasen.
Zine Librarian and Associate Director of Communications Jenna Freedman will speak on the ACRL-NY symposium panel “Weird, ephemeral, magical, dangerous, and emotional”: Creating the Zine Librarian Code of Ethics at Baruch College on December 6.
We now have a Dremel Drill and more jewelry-making supplies! Please pop by to use these, and ask us for help learning them!
Want to learn more about the Design Center’s equipment and software? Check out our tutorials. As part of a partnership between the Media Center and the Design Center, the videos were created by Design Center post-bacc Zoe Ross and Media Center post-bacc Ruby Mastrodimos.
Review of the Month
The brand new 5-in-1 freestanding 55”x79” Port-A-Scrim available for checkout from the IMATS equipment room is way more interesting than its name indicates. This single-piece frame has several types of diffusion and reflector materials that you can attach and use as a freestanding unit to filter or reflect light for your photo or video work. This simple kit can turn the sun into a lighting studio! Review by Rachel James, Associate Director of Instructional Media