Thursday, October 30, 2014

Great News for Lifelong Learners

Understanding the World's Greatest Structures: Science and Innovation from Antiquity to Modernity
If you like learning new things and enjoy listening to distinguished experts talk about subjects that matter, you’ll want to try one of The Great Courses. 

The Library recently added over twenty new lectures in this acclaimed instructional series, and more terrific titles are coming soon!  Explore astronomy with Skywatching: Seeing and Understanding Cosmic Wonders. Delve into the relationship between neuroscience and consciousness with Origins of the Human Mind. Roam the galleries of the world with How To Look At and Understand Great Art. Challenge yourself with Understanding the World’s Greatest Structures: Science and Innovation from Antiquity to Modernity. And these are just a few of the intriguing offerings.

We're in the process of consolidating The Great Courses in one convenient location.  For now, you'll find our latest additions on second floor next to the World Languages. Or you can search the online catalog.

Since The Great Courses have no exams or homework, they're perfect for lifelong learners!

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