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What's New in the Library: March 2019

What's New in the Library: March 2019

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Monday, March 04, 2019

Spring is almost here (and so are midterms). What's new at the library?

Did you know?

The library has laptops available for you to use! Need to write a paper but the computer labs are too full? Want to sit in a comfy chair by your favorite window? Go to the IT Help Desk on the ground floor with your student ID and ask to check out a laptop. Laptops have to stay in the library building, but otherwise they're yours to use!

New display

If you never venture upstairs, we'd highly encourage it - there is a rotating display of materials across from the library circulation desk on the first floor of the JSML.

Does anyone still use Redbox for DVDs? Well the library is sort of like "Readbox" for books - except they're free! Come check us out.

"Readbox" display

New books

JSML is always buying new books for research, career and professional development, and leisure reading purposes. There is a rotating display of new books on the first floor, and new books pop up there all the time. Here are some titles we've added recently - clicking on the covers will take you to their page in the library catalog, where you can read more about them or place a hold to let us know you want to check it out! (And they're not all books - there are new DVDs too!)

Becoming, by Michelle Obama  Wonder Girls: Changing Our World, by Paola Gianturco & Alex Sangster  The heritage : black athletes, a divided America, and the politics of patriotism by Howard Bryant  Girls on fire : transformative heroines in young adult dystopian literature by Sarah Hentges  The book of calm : clarity, compassion, and choice in a turbulent world by Nancy G. Shapiro