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Drake Memorial Library will operate with adjusted hours throughout the Winter Session, while still providing access to research assistance and library instruction for classes.
The Drake Memorial Library has added Predatory Journal Reports to help faculty to identify a predatory journal before submitting an article for publication.
While serving as a Spring 2023 Fellow at the Library of Congress’s John W. Kluge Center, Dr. Michael J. Kramer discovered a new interview with avant-garde artist, film maker, collector, ethnographer, and bohemian Harry Smith, currently the focus of an exhibit at the Whitney Museum of American Art.
Drake Memorial Library is excited to observe Banned Book Week from October 1-7, hosting a series of three events that celebrate banned books while also encouraging the joy of reading.
Drake Memorial Library will have reduced hours during Winter Session, but research help and library instruction for classes will be available.
Drake Memorial Library is conducting a comprehensive review of our electronic resources. The goal is to align library resources with current curricular needs.
Stop by Drake Memorial Library on Thursday, November 30 for a chance to win a book and complimentary tickets to our ongoing campus play, ‘Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time.’
Please let your students know that reference librarians are available to assist students with their end-of-semester research needs.
Instructors can request that Drake Library place items from our circulating collections of books and DVDs on Course Reserve for their classes and/or to purchase new items for Course Reserve.
The campus community is invited to attend the open forum sessions for Head of Research and Instruction Services Librarian. Our candidates will present for 10 – 15 minutes in a library instruction format, followed by time for questions and answers.