Hey seniors – join your comrades in the Reed College Digital Thesis Tower!
Add your thesis to the Reed Senior Theses online archive and help build the digital thesis tower. Submit your thesis after you’ve completed your orals, made last corrections, and sent your thesis for printing. The version should be identical to your final, printed thesis. Participation is completely voluntary and does not replace your printed, bound thesis.
Go to the Electronic Thesis Information Page for details.
For more information or help with the process contact Angie Beiriger, Digital Assets Librarian, or send a message to email@example.com.
The Reed-only library catalog is not available. You may search the new Reed library catalog and request items from Summit, but information about Reed library items may not be readily available. Please contact us for assistance. We apologize for the inconvenience.
The Reed College Library will be holding a couple of informal usability groups to help improve the library’s website and gather input about eTheses in Reed Digital Collections.Â Come enjoy some free pizza and help us make the library better for you!
Come for lunch,
Wednesday March 31sth, noon-1pm in Library 17
Wednesday March 31st, 4:30-5:30 in Library 17
Questions?Â Contact Rachel Bridgewater or Joanna Burgess
March is Women’s History Month!Â To celebrate, we’d like to draw your attention to some of the great online primary source collections available from the Reed Library that are related to women’s history.Â Note: you must be on-campus or using the proxy from off-campus in order to access these.
Want to find out about more terrific resources for researching women’s history and gender issues?Â Check out the resource guide for Gender and Women’s Studies.
Problems with the catalog have been resolved. Thank you for your patience.
There are some problems at the company that hosts our library catalog this morning (Friday 2/19).Â As a result, the catalog may not function properly until the problems are resolved.Â You can use the Reed-only catalog to search Reed’s collection until the problems are fixed.Â We are very sorry for the inconvenience.
January 28th is Data Privacy Day!Â The day is designed to foster dialogue about how advanced technologies affect privacy in our daily lives.Â Lots of privacy events are happening around the country.Â I’ll be interested to watch the archived webcast of the Federal Trade Commission’s Privacy Roundtable at Berkeley.
How will I be celebrating Data Privacy Day?Â I’m finally going to take the time to have a good look at my Facebook privacy settings.