Visiting Poet and Translator Ewa Chrusciel

By - Library Web Services / Archives Assistant May 10th, 2017

Visiting poet and translator Ewa Chrusciel gave a delightful presentation in Ohrstrom Library’s Fine Arts Room to Ms. Jone’s Creative Writing class this morning, discussing the subtleties of language and the challenges of translating poetry. #ohrstromlibrary #ewachrusciel #poet #translator #visitingauthor #creativewriting #fineartsroom #translation #iamsps #humanities

Visiting poet and translator Ewa Chrusciel gave a delightful presentation in Ohrstrom Library’s Fine Arts Room to Ms. Jones’ Creative Writing class this morning, discussing the subtleties of language and the challenges of translating poetry.

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Library Instruction: Humanities IV

By - Library Web Services / Archives Assistant April 3rd, 2017

 

Our Humanities IV students were treated to an invigorating library instruction session this morning in the reference room.

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Author Visit: Terry Farish

By - Library Web Services / Archives Assistant February 16th, 2017

 

We enjoyed a wonderful visit with Terry Farish today where she spoke to three of our Humanities classes about her book, The Good Braider. Come to the library and check out one of her books!

 

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Your favorite Kanopy titles

By - Research & Instruction Librarian May 26th, 2016

In January 2016, the library bumped up its Kanopy educational video offerings from a few hundred to 26,000.

 

There have been 486 plays in those 5 months, totaling 8,021 minutes of viewing time.

 

 

 

What films have been most-watched in that time?

 

 

 Analytics Summary: Kanopy Admin Panel.  Kanopy. 25 May 2016. Web.

 

 

Email! Yaaaaassss!

By - Research & Instruction Librarian May 19th, 2016

Following a research class Wednesday, a teacher asked if any Hum. V students had emailed me yet.

My inbox reveals 33 research emails from Hum. V students this past week (can’t wait for the next two weeks!).

 

Curious how that compares to the rest of the year?  Since September, 137 research queries have arrived in my inbox mostly from SPS students, a few from SPS faculty, 2 from SPS alums and 1 from a student at Andover.  🙂

 

Looking forward to your end-of-year research questions over the upcoming concluding weeks of school.  I heart your research!  Ms. Sanborn

 

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