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A post about something new in the Library (service, technology, staff, changes in hours, etc.)

Changes to Your Library Account

Starting July 21, you'll have one less password to remember. You'll be able to log into your Library account using your Seawolf username and password, instead of your Library barcode and PIN. Your Seawolf username will also get you off-campus access to e-resources including streaming video, ebooks, and articles.

New Library Website

The University Library is pleased to announce the soft launch of our new Library website! We've moved a lot of things around behind-the-scenes to make information easier for you to find (and to lay the groundwork for even bigger and better changes in the future). We hope our web re-vamp makes you as happy as it makes us.

Celebrate the Life and Legacy of Maya Angelou

Luminary Maya Angelou passed away today at age 86. Perhaps best known for her autobiographical works, such as the highly acclaimed I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, Angelou also gained distinction as a celebrated poet, dancer, singer, journalist, civil rights activist, and teacher. Angelou’s extraordinary life is detailed in seven autobiographical books:

No Network Connectivity

On Saturday, May 31, between 8:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m., there will be no network connectivity on campus, either wired or wireless. Access to Library computers, email, printing, ARS pickups and all websites (including the catalog and databases) will be unavailable. Some phone service will be down as well. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
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