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Banned Books Week 2015 Celebrates Young Adult Books

September 27 - October 3 is Banned Books Week, an event that celebrates the freedom to read by bringing attention to written works that have been banned, censored, or otherwise challenged in academic and library settings. The focus for this year’s celebration is young adult books, which is the most (Read more...)


Dust Bowl

This fall, LITS will be home to the American Library Association traveling exhibit Dust, Drought, and Dreams Gone Dry. The exhibit explores the Dust Bowl, one of the most significant environmental disasters in American history. The exhibit approaches the Dust Bowl from humanities perspectives that aim to engage its audience in a discussion (Read more...)


Senior Study Carrel Choosing Is Here!

It's that time of the year again--time for thesis-writing and other library-loving seniors to stake a claim on their favorite study spot on campus!  Senior study carrel sign-up will take place this Sunday, September 20, from 10AM until 12 Noon.  Starting promptly at 10AM, student supervisors from Access Services will hand out (Read more...)


New features in Moodle 2.8

Moodle was upgraded to version 2.8 in May 2015, and there are some great new features in it that we think you’ll like. For starters, you’ll find that the look and feel of Moodle has changed. The icons are a little different, and this new theme resizes very nicely for (Read more...)


Faculty: Moodle events and getting ready for fall

This one's for all course instructors: here are things you'll want to know about Moodle as you plan for fall. We're offering drop-in Moodle help on a number of dates: 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM Wednesday August 5, Library 43110 AM to 11:30 AM Wednesday August 19, Library 43110 AM to Noon (Read more...)