Spring Break is here at last, just as the weather is starting to seem a little less wintry. Here are the library’s hours for the upcoming break:
Friday, April 4th: 7:30 am-5 pm
April 5th-12th: closed
Sunday, April 13th: 6 pm-12 midnight
Regular hours will resume on Monday, April 14th. Don’t forget, the library’s online resources and 24/7 chat assistance are available from wherever your break might take you. Have a safe, enjoyable break, and don’t do anything that will land you on a talk show in the years to come:
There will be a brief interruption in off-campus access to library databases on Monday, April 7th from approximately 8:30-9 am EDT. The system used to log in to the databases from off-campus is being updated during that time. We apologize for the inconvenience. If you have any questions, please contact the library (607-746-4635 or firstname.lastname@example.org).
This post is brought to you by Robert Gregory from the HONR 220 course.
For this month the Honors 220 students present a bookshelf celebrating Women’s History.
During Women’s History Month we will increase our knowledge and understanding of women’s contributions to society. Too often women’s leadership, strength and courage goes unnoticed. “Women’s History Month had its origins as a national celebration in 1981 when Congress passed Pub. L. 97-28 which authorized and requested the President to proclaim the week beginning March 7, 1982 as “Women’s History Week.” Throughout the next five years, Congress continued to pass joint resolutions designating a week in March as “Women’s History Week.” In 1987 after being petitioned by the National Women’s History Project, Congress passed Pub. L. 100-9 which designated the month of March 1987 as “Women’s History Month.” Between 1988 and 1994, Congress passed additional resolutions requesting and authorizing the President to proclaim March of each year as Women’s History Month. Since 1995, Presidents Clinton, Bush and Obama have issued a series of annual proclamations designating the month of March as “Women’s History Month.” (http://womenshistorymonth.gov/about.html) .
This month we will remember, reflect, and commemorate women through the years.
Please feel free to check the bookshelf out. If a book interests you, check it out and read it!
At the end of week 1 the following films have been eliminated!
1) The Student Prince
2) Beach Party
3) Bikini Beach
4) Beach Blanket Bingo
5) Dead Sexy
6) Attack of the Killer Tomatoes
7) A Life Less Ordinary
8) Do Wop 50
Not a great week for the American Musical but it has time to make a comeback. Keep voting to ensure that your favorite film makes it into round two.
It’s March and the Resnick Library is doing a little spring cleaning. We’re clearing out our VHS tapes and replacing 20 of them with DVDs. Students have the opportunity to vote for which films they’d like to see purchased as DVDs by participating in the libraries March Film Madness event.
The rules are simple:
Vote in person at the library or online here, there is no limit to the number of times you can vote.
Don’t see a movie on our list that you think we ought to have? You can enter it as a Wild Card. In the final week Wild Cards will join the running to see which 20 films come out on top.
At the end of each week in March the 10 films with the least votes will be dropped from the competition.
Resnick Library is pleased to announce “Garden Designs of the Past,” an exhibit of landscape design books from the early 20th century along with photographs from historic public gardens. Included in the exhibit is a book titled Botany for Beginners, printed in 1857.
The materials are located in the glass case between the library café and learning center, and will be on display from March 3rd-24th. Display design and contents are provided by the SUNY Horticulture Club.
Resnick Library is pleased to introduce MILO:
Oops, sorry, not that Milo!
MILO is our newest search tool. With MILO, you can search for books, articles, e-books, DVDs and more, all in one place! It’s a one-stop search for just about everything the library provides access to. Give MILO a try from the search box on the library’s homepage. It looks like this:
Let us know what you think of MILO, or if you have any questions! As always, you can get in touch by e-mail (email@example.com), phone (607-746-4635), text (607-333-7477), or stop by the desk to talk to us.