I just returned from the national conference of the Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL). It was a lot of fun and very informative. This week’s blog post highlights a few […]
Librarians ♥ Conferences
It’s conference season for librarians! You wouldn’t believe how many library-related conferences happen every year. There are, of course, the big ones like American Library Association, Medical Library Association, Association of College […]
Can social networking sites provide global mentoring opportunities?
So, can social networking sites provide global mentoring opportunities? Yes! Mark Puterbaugh, our Information Services Librarian, along with a group of international librarians and information specialists, is currently serving as a mentor […]
Become a Friend of the Library!
I would be remiss if I didn’t dedicate a post to our current Friends of the Library membership drive. The Friends are a wonderful group of dedicated community members, corporate partners, and […]
Bite into a Good Book!
For librarians and bibliophiles alike, books and food are probably in our top 5 list of life’s necessities. So, what could be better than books where food plays a prominent role? Some […]
Annual Friends of the Library Orr Essay Contest: Win up to $500!
It’s time for the Jonathan Orr Essay contest presented by Eastern University’s Friends of the Library! This annual contest recognizes undergraduate student essays that demonstrate excellence in communicating how books have influenced […]
We ♥ our faculty!
Today is Valentine’s Day! To celebrate, the library is showing our love for Eastern faculty in all schools: CAS, CCGPS, and Palmer Seminary. Tomorrow, February 15th, come out and help us recognize […]
Post #1: A day in the life of an academic librarian
This week I decided to start a new series: “A day in the life of an academic librarian”. Each post will highlight a different activity that Warner librarians dedicate their time to […]
“We, the People…”: Government Resources
With President Obama’s State of the Union address last week, I decided to post in this week’s blog our top five government resources. Whether you’re a Political Science major/minor or not, it’s […]
Can e-readers reduce the cost of textbooks for students?
What’s our most commonly asked question in the beginning of the semester? “Does the library have these books? I need them for my class…” In addition to the cost of tuition, students […]