If a book is required for a class, it should be on reserve. Thanks for the awesome, upgraded video library.
We’re glad you’re enjoying all the new DVDs. There are more on the way, so keep checking back for the latest titles.
We place materials on course reserve at the instructor’s request. Unless we hear from the instructor, we do not know that a particular book is needed.
I would like to recommend the purchase of '28 Days Later', a movie that has won many awards. Here is the plot outline:
A powerful virus escapes from a British research facility.Transmitted in a drop of blood and devastating within seconds, the virus locks those infected into a permanent state of murderous rage.
Put the DVDs in some kind of order (alphabetical, call number, etc.). Right now there is no organization system and it makes it difficult to find a specific title (other than by browsing through all the titles at random).
Thank you for your suggestion. We recommend you check the library’s catalog to see if a particular DVD is checked out before you browse through the collection to find it.
The computers on the second floor are constantly taken up by people checking their e-mail so that one can't look up a book. Can we have at least one computer dedicated entirely to book look-up (since this is a library after all)?
Thanks for your suggestion. This summer we are starting on some renovations that will mean many more computers in the atrium areas of the second and third floors.
For the first time, Hagerty Library will be open around the clock during exam week.
Hagerty Library announces its Ask Me! program for research help. Temporary reference desks staffed by librarians will be appearing in Creese Student Center and at Starbucks in Pearlstein Learning Center.
Why don’t you have the library open overnight?
You’ll be happy to hear that Hagerty Library will be open 24 hours a day during Week 10 and Exam Week of this Spring Term! Starting 7:30am on Wednesday, June 6, Hagerty will remain open 24 hours until the end of the exam period at 10:00pm on Saturday, June 16.
Where is there a place that I could go and use a computer to practice a foreign language (BbVista/WebCT lab work) so that I would not be bothering everyone around me?!
This is a great question! We recommend you use the Assistive Technologies Room on the first floor of Hagerty Library, provided no one else is using the room. If you need help locating this room, please ask at the Reference Desk.
The bicycle racks outside of the library are full. More racks are needed to provide space for those who commute by bicycle. Supporting bicycle transportation is important for the city and for the University.
Can we have a show of hands of students looking for a job or a co-op or career advice. Anyone?