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Spring Quarter – Week 10 and Finals

Stay cool during finals, DU! Spring quarter is coming to an end and we at the Anderson Academic Commons are here to help you be successful. Don’t stress about finals, we’ve got you covered. Changing Library Hours Starting on June … Continue reading

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Big data is watching you – “Choose Privacy Week” helps you understand what you can do about it

By Meg Eastwood, Science and Engineering Reference Librarian Big data wants your data – how do they get it? If you’re using a service that’s freely available on the web, YOU and your data are the product used to make … Continue reading

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April at AAC

Spring is finally here, DU! Check out some of our upcoming events to make your month memorable.   Money Smart Week – April 23 – 26 Money Smart Week is a national initiative of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago … Continue reading

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Winter Quarter – Week 10!

It’s hard to believe Winter Quarter is almost finished, so stay warm in AAC while you study, write, and learn! Week 10 and finals week are full of activities for DU students. Changing Library Hours Starting at 10am on Saturday, … Continue reading

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Welcome Back! January at AAC

We at University Libraries hope that our entire campus community had a safe and restful winter break, and we are ready to jump into the winter quarter! Here are some upcoming events to get you back into the swing of … Continue reading

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Week 10 at AAC

Finals is almost here! Don’t stress too much, and while you’re at the library studying, check out some updates, activities, events, and performances during week 10. Changing Library Hours Starting at 10am on Sunday, November 12, AAC will be open … Continue reading

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Zero Waste Finals – Fall 2017

Help the Library to Aim High Zero Waste Finals at the AAC are November 13th through 17th and we’re aiming to achieve a high diversion rate!  What does that mean?  It means that the library is hoping to divert as … Continue reading

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