. . . With Tuesday's screening of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets in the Arcadia Lounge (lower level, noon-3) and discussion of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix in Hermione's Nook (1st floor, 6-8 pm).
Love the fact that the search option is back on the home page.
Not sure how easy this is but would it be possible to have the option for students to choose what databases show up on the homepage (the ones they use the most). I mainly use it from home, so I am thinking about customization, but I guess that would be hard when dealing with general computer settings. Just a thought.
But this looks great.
Please fix the dragon card printing machine. I find it very inconvenient to have to go to the circulation desk to have them release my printing, even more so if I am working in the basement or upstairs. Thank you.
Thank you very much for expressing your concern. We too have been frustrated that the DragonCard money machine has been out of order for several months.
MORE COMPUTERS! MORE TIME FOR ROOM RENTAL!
I am delighted to say that we will be replacing the public computers and loaner laptops. We will also be adding new systems for public use during the summer.
Unfortunately, we are unable to extend the length of time patrons are able to check out Group Study Rooms. These rooms are in high demand, so it is imperative that we let as many students as possible take advantage of this service. Many thanks for your patience in this regard.
On Friday the 13th, our Harry Potter celebration takes a dark turn as we focus on Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. Join the book discussion, 2-4 pm in Hermione's Reading Nook (first floor), then return at 6 for a movie screening in room L33 (lower level) and discussion led by Dr. Don Riggs.
Relax in Hermione's Nook on the first floor of Hagerty Library-- you'll find lots of copies of the first six Harry Potter books to help you refresh your memory while you're awaiting the arrival of the seventh and final book. Then join the book discussion group at 12:30 today (Thursday, July 12) in the Mary Hagerty Learning Lab (L33).
Then watch out for Friday the 13th: Witches and Wizards will be prowling the library!
Kickoff Harry Potter Week with a screening and discussion of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, 2 pm on Wednesday, July 11th, in the Arcadia Lounge on the lower level of Hagerty Library. Refreshments will be served!
Wednesday, July 11th, 2-3 pm in the Mary Hagerty Learning Lab (L33 in the lower level of Hagerty Library).
Welcome to Hogwarts (a.k.a Hagerty Library) as we host the Commuter Affairs office's celebration of Harry Potter Week!
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