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  1. Learning by Doing: Thompson Island Histories
    Stop by the library to see this intriguing student-curated project.
  2. The Teaching Soul: Research and Mentoring
    Join Chancellor Motley & the Friends of the Library for the Annual Faculty Research Celebration, which will showcase faculty working with students supported by the Beacons Student Success Fellowship.
  3. 2016 10th Annual University Conference on Teaching, Learning, and Technology (UCTLT)
    Registration for the 2016 Conference is now open - https://uctlt2016.eventbrite.com
  4. Already a Research Destination, UMass Boston’s Bicycling Collection Expands with Newest Donations
    The Joseph P. Healey Library’s University Archives and Special Collections Department added two more donations Friday to its impressive collection on bicycling history, which University Archivist Joanne Riley says has become known internationally as a research destination.
  5. University Archives Celebrates Boston Public Schools Library Program, New Acquisitions
    About a dozen graduates of the Boston Public Schools Library Program attended a reunion last month at the Joseph P. Healey Library, which has acquired documents and quilts related to the program which launched 100 libraries in the 1960s and 1970s.
  6. UMass Boston’s Healey Library Fast Becoming National Resource on Bicycling History
    The Joseph P. Healey Library’s University Archives and Special Collections Department’s collection on bicycling history grew even larger on Tuesday, with the addition of 200 boxes of records from the League of American Wheelmen (LAW).
  7. Healey Library Waterproofing/Roof Project Phase 2 to Begin
    Phase 2 of the Healey Library waterproofing/roof project will begin on Monday, May 11.
  8. Hingham Mass. Memories Road Show
    Do you have a connection to Hingham? Share your memories and take your place in Massachusetts history at this free, public event.
  9. OpenEd Forum: Opening Minds, Sharing Knowledge
    Learn about the benefits of open education, how to find and share open educational resources, and how to save money on textbooks.
  10. I Can See For Miles: The Past, Present, and Future of the Nantucket Field Station
    Connect with Nantucket Field Station researchers!
  11. Book Reading and Reception: A People’s History of the New Boston
    Join the Friends of the Joseph P. Healey Library for a reading from and reception for Jim Vrabel's new book, A People's History of the New Boston, published by UMass Press.
  12. UMass Boston Community, Neighbors Invited to Share Their UMass Boston Stories
    Alumni, former professors, current students, faculty, staff, and UMass Boston neighbors are invited to bring their candid photos and share the stories behind the photos at the UMass Boston Mass. Memories Road Show on May 2 and 3.
  13. UMass Boston Mass. Memories Road Show (Last Chance)
    Share your memories and take your place in UMass Boston’s history at this free, public event commemorating the university’s 50th anniversary.
  14. New Exhibit Celebrates Collaboration Between Archaeologists and Tribal Nations
    Photos and artifacts are on display in the Healey Library until the end of November.
  15. West End Mass. Memories Road Show
    Do you have a connection to Boston's West End? Share your memories and take your place in Massachusetts history at this free, public event.
  16. Allston-Brighton Mass. Memories Road Show
    Do you have a connection to Allston-Brighton? Share your memories and take your place in Massachusetts history at this free, public event.
  17. Wayland Mass. Memories Road Show
    Do you have a connection to Wayland? Share your memories and take your place in Massachusetts history at this free, public event.
  18. “Bring Your Own Device” to the Library Research Classroom
    See how mobile devices transform teaching and learning when library resources are involved!
  19. UMass Boston Mass. Memories Road Show
    Share your memories and take your place in UMass Boston’s history at this free, public event commemorating the university’s 50th anniversary.
  20. UMass Boston Minute: University Archives
    You can share your story about studying, working, or teaching at UMass Boston.
  21. Library Information Session for New Students
    Learn how to use the library on campus.
  22. Restitución de Niños: A Conversation with Las Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo
    A conversation with Estela Barnes de Carlotto and Buscarita Roa of Las Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo.
  23. Irish Immigrant Experience Mass. Memories Road Show
    Take your place in Massachusetts history!
  24. Provincetown Mass. Memories Road Show
    Take your place in Massachusetts history!
  25. UMass Boston Alumna Increases Public Access to History of Argentina’s “Disappeared Children”
    A UMass Boston alumna has helped expand access to an important archival collection at the Healey Library by transcribing interviews with women whose family members were kidnapped or killed during Argentina’s brutal Dirty War.
  26. Archives of an Activist: Celebrating the Donations of Rita Arditti to UMass Boston
    The Joseph P. Healey Library invites you to celebrate the life and work of Rita Arditti, who researched Las Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo, an organization that searches for abducted children.
  27. UMass Boston Unveils Mercedes Agulló y Cobo Digital Library
    The Agulló Digital Library provides open, online access to published and unpublished Spanish-language research indices about Spanish and Latin American history.
  28. Farewell to Associate Librarian George Hart
    Join the staff of the Joseph P. Healey Library in saying farewell to Associate Librarian George Hart.
  29. Film Screening: Can We Talk- Learning for Boston’s Busing/Desegregation Crisis
    UMass Boston's Trotter Institute and Healey Library will screen the film Can We Talk- Learning for Boston’s Busing/Desegregation Crisis.
  30. Film Screening: Can We Talk- Learning for Boston’s Busing/Desegregation Crisis
    UMass Boston's Trotter Institute and Healey Library will screen the film Can We Talk- Learning for Boston’s Busing/Desegregation Crisis.
  31. UMass Boston Grad Students Make Reading Fun for City Kids
    UMass Boston graduate students are guiding girls and boys ages 8 to 12 through graphic novels and as part of a collaboration with the Boston Public Library.