Need Help? Take advantage of resources that make this task so much easier. Come to the Big Screen Table on Sunday, Jan 25th, or Monday, Jan26th, at 7:00pm for a quick demonstration.
Learn to move the quality of your science thesis from acceptable to exceptional!
Tuesday, Jan 20 at 4:10 pm in Carnegie 113
Besides a book display at our entrance, we are exhibiting Jonathan Frost’s Painting Related to the Civil Rights Movement and hosting a talk by him on Monday, Jan 19th at 2:30pm.
You have a support network to help you to get organized, stay on track, and – most important – finish your thesis!
This session will be your Swiss army knife to solving common formatting, organizing, and storage problems. TODAY, Jan 15 at 4:10 AND 7:00pm in P’gill G21
Look for this new direct requesting option appearing in the NExpress search.
Check out the exhibition in the main library staircase. It is part of a project for a Contemporary Art course and is called Truisms, A Happening (after Jenny Holzer).
Come with your questions to the big screen table on the Main floor between 6 – 10pm. The team from Research Services, Help Desk and Peer Tutors will be ready to help you with any final details.
Ladd Library display commemorates the Osher Map Library’s 20th anniversary.
Participants in the Library’s program have just donated 164 pounds to a local food pantry yesterday! Have overdue fines? think about donating non-perishable foods at the Circulation Desk as payment for them.