Digital humanities go vogue
As digitization of library holdings becomes increasingly in vogue, advancements have been made at Yale in analytical research tools for these digital archives.
Beinecke acquires children’s books
Between the Gutenberg Bible and the Canterbury Tales, the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library now has increased its holdings of a different kind of treasure — characters from children’s books.
Borrow Direct expands services
The University’s libraries unveiled their participation in a new Borrow Direct feature earlier this week that enhances the accessibility of library holdings across the Ivy League.
Renovated nave open to campus
After three years of planning, restoration and construction, the nave of Sterling Memorial Library has been revitalized.
Beinecke gears up for closure
Preparations are fully underway for a major renovation of the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library.
Google Glass comes to Bass
Google Glass will soon become available for student and faculty use at the Bass Library media center.
Rare Bibles arrive at Beinecke
This month, the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library announced the acquisition of two 16th-century editions of the Bible.
Teashop ready to boil
Yalies craving a hot beverage to ward off the chill will now have a new option available to them: a shop that specializes in tea.