Now the new semester is up and running, so is the Library’s blog. And before we start posting we thought we’d catch you up on some recent developments!
- New Graphic Novel Section
If you are looking for something to read that isn’t a text book then check out our new Graphic Novel section by the copy machine.
- One Book One Community
This semester the College and the Library is excited to announce the start our annual community read program. The introductory book for “One Book, One Community” will be The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot. All semester long classes and the community will be discussing the book in a lead up to April 25th, when the son of Henrietta, David, will be coming to the school to discuss his mother’s legacy.
Students and Faculty can get a hold of a copy of the book by stopping by the Library or by purchasing it for 30% off at the Bookstore.
- Student Reference Help
Does the Manti Te’o story have you worried that not everything on the internet is true? It should! So before sitting down and getting ready to do research, make sure you check that the sources you are finding are credible by stopping into the Library and working with one of expert reference Librarians! You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (708) 709-3552
- Faculty Instruction Opportunities
Check out our Library Instruction Page to schedule a library session for your class and for tips on creating a successful assignment.