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This tutorial demonstrates how to use Barton, the MIT Libraries catalog, to find journals that MIT subscribes to in print or electronically. If you have questions or comments about the MIT Libraries, Ask Us!
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Elizabeth Stuart used ciphers, special codes that need a key to unlock them, to hide information from prying eyes. So far seven of her keys, typically alphabets of 24 letters – in seventeenth-century script i/j and u/v were interchangeab...
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Interested in building communication systems that reach out to individuals wherever they are, even if they don't have regular access to computers, fancy phones, or the Internet? As part of this webinar, you will learn about Vo...
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Is your data getting you down? Clunking up your reports? Stressing you and your colleagues out? If so and you’d like some help, we’d love to help cure your data presentation woes at our “Data Therapy” we...
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Most of Elizabeth Stuart’s letters are holograph, or in her own hand. Secretarial letters were the most likely to be intercepted and opened in the expectation of politically useful content within. From the moment of her husband's death i...
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This letterlocking format was used by Russian Soldiers during World War II. Sealing the letter shut was forbidden however the letters did retained privacy as an unsealed enclosure. (NB. Some WWII-era prisoner of war printed stationery al...
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