Join us on Wednesday, April 20, 2016 between noon – 3:00 pm for our Wikipedia Edit-a-thon in the Library's Quiet Study Room on the third floor. Learn to edit Wikipedia, add content to pages and create information for a worldwide audience as you learn the ins-and-outs of editing this free, online encyclopedia.
The Library will be closed on March 31 in honor of Cesar Chavez Day.
Cesar Chavez was a labor union organizer and established the National Farmworkers Association with fellow activist Dolores Huerta. His work was pivotal in establishing labor rights for migrant farmworkers in California, and fostering the Mexican-American Civil Rights Movement.
The world keeps changing—and our library needs to change with it.
This month we've added hundreds of new materials to the library's collection. Many of these books and DVDs are on display throughout the library; you're sure to find something you love! Here's a sampling of what we bought for you this month.
The Library is hosting a presentation of the exciting Digital/Critical projects on Wednesday, March 2, from 10:00 a.m. to noon. Come find out what your colleagues have done to refresh their assignments, engage their students, and introduce new critical thinking skills into their classes!
Cream, one of the first power trios, released this psychedelic album in late 1967 when many rock albums (and bands) had seemingly non-sensical names.
Legend has it that the title of the album came from a roadie's verbal gaffe:
Are you looking for ways to refresh your research assignments, engage your students, and introduce new critical thinking skills into your class? Come hear from your colleagues about their experiences with Digital/Critical.