It's that time again - finals week is almost upon us.
To help you through, W. W. Hagerty Library will be open 24/7 beginning on Thursday, June 6th at 7:30 PM and ending at 5 PM on Saturday, June 15th. During this time access to the library will be limited to current members of the Drexel community and a Dragon Card is required for entry. Good luck on your exams!
Drexel faculty and professional staff are invited to celebrate the end of the spring 2013 term at ScholarSip on Monday, June 10th from 4:30 – 6:30 PM at Drexel’s Academic Bistro. ScholarSip is an informal event that brings together individuals from across campus to join in cross disciplinary conversations.
By: Jenny James Lee
The Libraries will perform a scheduled DragonCard update to our printing and copying services today and services will be down from 5 – 7 PM. All sites will be affected.
3D at Drexel: Imaging, Designing and Printing
Wednesday, June 5th
Noon – 1:30 PM
W. W. Hagerty
Library, Room L33
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Two individuals, one team and two student workers were recognized at the fourth annual Library Celebration Awards, hosted by Drexel University Libraries, on Friday, May 17, 2013. Approximately 40 guests attended the breakfast celebration to recognize Libraries' staff at the Library Learning Terrace.
A Memorandum of Understanding was signed between The University of The Gambia [UTG] and Drexel University on April 5th with Professor Muhammadou M.O Kah signing on behalf of UTG while President John A. Fry signed on behalf of Drexel. A delegation of visitors from Gambia visited Drexel University for this event and held a series of meetings with faculty, staff and the Provost, including a visit to the Libraries on Friday, April 5, 2013.
Drexel faculty are invited to join colleagues and liaison librarians for the opening of a renovated space in W. W. Hagerty Library. Research Connections, Room 210, is a designated faculty space within the library that provides faculty a collaborative environment for researchers from across the University to gather to reflect, share, present, and/or discuss research, interdisciplinary ideas or projects of mutual interest.
Laura Chance, Library Reserves Assistant, received the Association of College and Research Libraries, Delaware Valley Chapter’s Future Librarian Award. Laura’s winning essay earned her a $1,000 stipend so that she could attend the ACRL 2013 Conference in Indianapolis, IN.
During the past several academic terms, Liaison Librarians have stepped outside of the library to bring coaching and expertise to students and faculty members closer to the labs, classrooms and departmental spaces where they work. These added work places extend the reach of the Libraries by embedding its resources and staff knowledge within academic life on campus. This approach focuses on learners and researchers and strengthens the relationship between liaison librarians and faculty as they partner to teach students.