Many innovative partnerships were formed among departments in order to create new processes on the fly.
Fiction, non-fiction, serious and satirical — faculty and staff have you covered on what to pick up this summer.
The Kay Bourne Papers spotlights decades of the Black arts community.
Boston museums are reopening and Emerson students can visit for free or discounted admission.
Welcome back to Emerson! There are some new things you should know about using the Iwasaki Library this fall.
The Chronicle of Higher Education is the recognized authority on issues related to the higher education industry and with the landscape changing daily, access to this vital resource is more important than ever.
With the help of content providers and national organizations, we have expanded access to digital collections. Details on how to access expanded digital content can be found in Distance Learning: Students and Distance Teaching: Faculty.
Beginning Wednesday, March 18, Iwasaki Library will operate as a virtual library.
Beginning Monday, March 16, Iwasaki Library will be open to the Emerson community Monday – Friday, 8:45 am – 5:00 pm.
Did you know you can access streaming audio, CDs, audiobooks, and research articles with voice playback, through the Iwasaki Library?