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Celebrate Pride Month with us at the Teresa e Alexandre Soares dos Santos Library by exploring our curated selection of June’s featured books. This month’s theme focuses on the diverse and vibrant voices within the LGBTQ+ community. Our collection highlights powerful stories of love, identity, resilience, and resistance, offering unique perspectives from around the world:...
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Prepare yourself for the Library Rules Challenge! Test your knowledge of library regulations for a chance to win a prize. The competition will run during the first two weeks of June, and the first students to answer all questions correctly will receive rewards. Winners will be announced on the library’s webpage on June 17th. Are...
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Last Tuesday, 21 May, part of the library team attended the 3rd Higher Education Libraries Workshop, promoted by the Portuguese Association of Librarians, Archivists, Information and Documentation Professionals (BAD), held at the Polytechnic Institute of Santarém. The workshop’s theme was “Artificial Intelligence in Higher Education: Lines of Action for Libraries”. In the morning, Karen Estlund,...
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Explore the world of artificial intelligence at our library this May! From AI strategies to intelligent chatbots, there’s something for every AI enthusiast. Learn about the economics of AI and the disruptive power of prediction machines. Discover how to navigate the ever-evolving landscape of AI-driven industries with strategies and leadership insights. Explore the intersection of...
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📢 Attention all students! 📢 Starting Monday, May 6th, we’ll be implementing some friendly reminders about our library’s food and drink policy to ensure a comfortable and productive study environment for everyone. Please take a moment to watch the short video we’ve prepared, explaining the rules. It’s quick, informative, and essential! If you have any...
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This month, our school library is proud to showcase a selection of insightful reads commemorating the historic Carnation Revolution of Portugal in 1974. Delve into the captivating narratives and analysis of this pivotal moment in Portuguese history with these featured books:   Carnation revolution: the road to the coup that changed Portugal, 1974 José Augusto...
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On March 4th, the Teresa e Alexandre Soares dos Santos Library, in collaboration with the Leadership for Impact Knowledge Center, organized the launch of the #leadership4impact collection. Representatives from students, faculty, and staff were present, and during the event, the head librarian, Susana Lopes, and the Executive Director of the Nova SBE Leadership for Impact...
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Explore our selection of featured books for March designed to aid you in mastering academic writing and completing your thesis. Each of our titles offers invaluable insights to support you on your academic writing journey. For productivity tips, delve into ‘The Writing Workshop.’ Navigate the doctoral thesis journey with ‘Authoring a PhD.’ ‘Writing Your Journal...
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From 12 to 16 February, ICPSR will be hosting a series of exciting events and activities that you won’t want to miss during the International Love Data Week 2024, a fantastic celebration of all things research data. To register for these events and find out more information, please visit: https://www.icpsr.umich.edu/web/ICPSR/cms/5224. We also welcome researchers to...
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Welcome to our February Featured Books selection, where we’re kicking off the new year and semester with a focus on self-development. As we embrace the fresh start that February brings, we’ve curated a collection of empowering reads designed to inspire growth and personal transformation. Whether you’re seeking guidance on goal setting, mindfulness practices, or strategies...
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