A Warm Welcome from the University Libraries!

Kayron Newman, Lucille Freeman, Bess Robinson, Dr. Sylverna Ford (Dean), Dr. Pam Dennis, and Frankie Perry
L-R: Kayron Newman, Lucille Freeman, Bess Robinson, Dr. Sylverna Ford (Dean), Dr. Pam Dennis, and Frankie Perry

The faculty and staff in the University Libraries are pleased to welcome you back to campus! We look forward to supporting your research, answering your questions, and offering you a comfortable and stimulating learning environment. Our Fall Semester hours for all branches are posted here, and we will resume online chat hours beginning September 2.

In addition to our collection of more than 1.4 million books and e-books, 10 million manuscripts, 10,000+ periodicals, more than 300 databases, and over 600,000 government documents, we are happy to announce new and upcoming programs and services. To reserve spaces and sign up for most workshops and events in the Libraries, you can now use this link! Highlights include:

RefWorks Training Workshops: Learn how to manage your citations and format your paper and bibliography. Full schedule available here.

3D Printing Lab: Students, sign up for a ten-minute training session in the library and you’ll be ready to print in 3D for free!

New Technology: Students can use the new touch-screen monitors in the Fishbowl and in the Learning Commons. Faculty members and students can reserve the Fishbowl for groups of 9-25 here. Coming soon…GoPro cameras!

The Center for Writing and Communication (CWC):  The Libraries welcomes Dr. Will Duffy and his talented team of tutors to the first floor of McWherter Library. Now, when you come to the library for research help, you can also polish your writing, editing, and oral communication skills. For more information and to schedule an appointment, please visit the CWC web site.

“From Active Duty to Veteran: Honoring Military Service in America”: The University Libraries will present an exhibition of diaries, letters, photographs, and ephemera from the Preservation and Special Collections department along with Government Publications which tell powerful stories of Americans who served in the armed forces.  Displays will be on view November 3-January 16 in the rotunda and on the fourth floor. Accompanying public programs will be announced shortly.

Grab lunch or an espresso from Einstein’s and hang out in McWherter Library. We’re here to help make your semester a success!

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Study group 3rd floor
Home away from home!

 

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