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"Learn Azure in a month of lunches", Iain Foulds

November 28, 2020
"Learn Azure in a Month of Lunches" teaches you the foundational techniques for writing, deploying, and running cloud-based applications in Azure.
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"Babylonian Witchcraft Literature: Case Studies", by I. Tzvi Abusch

November 28, 2020
The essays resulted in the study of Mesopotamian magical and medical texts centering on witchcraft and sorcery. These studies focus on individual texts and suggest solutions…
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Subject Week: "Sports Management"

November 28, 2020
Explore the books that provide a basis for understanding the political, economic, social, and diplomatic contexts in which sports and games were played, and to present issues that spur further discussion and research on the topic.
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"What Philosophy Can Teach You About Being a Better Leader", by Alison Reynolds, Dominic Houlder, Jules Goddard, David Lewis

November 21, 2020
For decades, we have looked to management theorists, organizational psychologists and economists to tell us how we can squeeze the most out of people at work. The result?…
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"The educated eye: visual culture and pedagogy in the life sciences", Nancy Anderson and Michael R. Dietrich, editors

November 21, 2020
"The individual essays are scholarly, insightful and well written."-"The British Journal for the History of Science"
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Subject Week: "Images with messages: Visual Communication"

November 21, 2020
Join Panitza library for this week's topic "Images with messages: Visual Communication".
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Panitza Library Working Hours

November 20, 2020
Announcing new operating hours before and during finals.
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"Photography: a 21st century practice", by Mark Chen, Chelsea Shannon

November 15, 2020
"Photography: A 21st Century Practice" speaks to the contemporary student who has come of age in the era of digital photography and social media, where every day we collectively take more than a billion photographs.
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"A Companion to Steven Spielberg", by Nigel Morris editor

November 15, 2020
Nigel Morris is Principal Lecturer in Media, School of Film and Media, University of Lincoln, UK, specializing in film, television, and media, cultural and educational studies. He is the author of The Cinema of Steven Spielberg (2007).
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Subject Week: "Moments in Photojournalism"

November 15, 2020
Photojournalism's core function is to record and convey events truthfully and visually. “It is the photographer, not the camera that is the instrument.” – Eve Arnold
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