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Prints by 18th Century Italian architect and engraver Giovanni Battista Piranesi will be featured at an event to commemorate the Year of Italian Culture in the United States on October 21, 2013, from 6-8 pm at UNC Charlotte Center City. The works are part of UNC Charlotte’s art collection on permanent display in J. Murrey Atkins Library Special Collections.

J. Murrey Atkins Library will hold a number of campus-wide events in conjunction with International Open Access Week (October 21–27), followed by an Open Access Symposium (November 4–5) for researchers, librarians, students, and publishers. The events are planned to promote the tenets of the Open Access (OA) movement in the publishing of scientific and scholarly literature.

How Do You Want to Study Today? Atkins' new StudyConnect lets you reserve space to create a study group open to others who are taking the same course.   The new StudyConnect feature lets students reserve a study room for a specific course or section, and then allows other students to join.  Classmates can search for a reserved space by name, group name, course, or instructor.

In the first of the 2013-14 Personally Speaking community talks, UNC Charlotte anthropology professor Jonathan Marks will share the story behind his lively and provocative book, Why I Am Not a Scientist: Anthropology and Modern Knowledge, University of California Press; 1 edition (June 23, 2009).

Atkins Library is offering Introduction to EndNote classes in Room 124.  EndNote, a citation management software, is available to UNC Charlotte students, faculty and staff.  The evening classes do not require registration and are open to all.