Welcome to the start of Fall Semester! We’re kicking things off with a post about JSTOR’s beta program, Register & Read. This experimental program allows JSTOR users to access and read online […]
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Thursday- Come learn about Jazz!
This Thursday night, from 7pm to 9pm, you have a unqiue way to learn about some of the most influential figures in jazz history. Presented by students in Dr. Tyler Flynn’s Jazz […]
Announcing this year’s 2013 Orr Essay Contest winners!
On Friday April 19th, Friends of the Library had their annual dinner and recognized this year’s Orr Essay contest winners. We had some amazing live jazz music performed by Eastern’s very own […]
Warner Library goes to the dogs! April 29th-30th
Flowers, sunshine, warm weather and……finals? It must be spring! Are you already feeling burned out? Here in Warner Library we have just the stress-relieving remedy for you- dogs! Mark your calendars now […]
Jazz in the Stacks- Coffeehouse THIS Saturday Night!
*WHEN: Saturday, April 13; 8:30pm – WHERE: Jammin Java – WHAT: Live jazz music, poetry reading, fun, food, caffeinated beverages!* Continuing with our month-long celebration of jazz and the donation of 500+ […]
FREE Movie Night in the Library!
Ever wonder what it’s like to be in the library after we’ve closed? Come to our FREE Movie Night (sponsored by Friends of the Library) on Friday, April 5th to find out! […]
Get ready for Jazz in the Stacks!
Sponsored by Friends of the Library, Warner Library is excited to host a number of jazz-related events throughout April, called Jazz in the Stacks. All events are open to Eastern faculty, staff […]
All that Jazz! Enter Friends of the Library’s Orr Essay Contest and WIN MONEY!
It’s time for the Jonathan Orr Essay contest presented by Eastern University’s Friends of the Library! This annual contest recognizes Eastern U. undergraduate student essays that demonstrate excellence in communicating how books […]
The Great Wide World of Digital Collections
An important mission of many libraries (academic, public, and special) is to digitize their special collections, making them available to users around the world. Before the advent of the Internet, if you […]
Why can’t I access full-text articles from ERIC?
Well…… that is because ERIC, sponsored by the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) of the U.S. Department of Education, discovered “personally identifiable information” in some of the articles. As a result, they […]