Apr 142014
 

Stop in and experience the library’s first-ever Dog and Pony Show on Sunday, May 4th!!

Maggie, the therapy dog, will be in the library from 3:00 – 7:30 pm.

Ace, the Equestrian Center’s mascot and miniature horse, will join in on the fun from 7:00 – 8:00 pm.

Maggie has scheduled a return visit on Tuesday, May 6th from 12:30-2:30 pm.

Ace and Maggie have promised to bring fun and plenty of love.

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Mar 142014
 

Want to improve your GPA? Want to reduce your anxiety?

If yes, than take advantage of the Library’s new Cell Phone Lock Up service! Take your cell phone and Albion College ID to the Circulation Desk and lock it up while you study!

You can get your phone back whenever you want – presumably, when you’ve finished studying, paper writing, or doing your take-home exam.

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Mar 062014
 

Odd Topics Society

Speaker: Danielle Menteer, Director of the Nancy G. Held Equestrian Center

Title: “Albion College Equestrian – What We Are And What We Could Be.”

Date/Time:  Wednesday, March 26, 2014 –  Noon-1:00pm

Place:  Mary Sykes Room (Upper Baldwin)

Lunch may be purchased at the Mary Sykes Room

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Feb 282014
 

Kick off National Poetry Month by celebrating Shakespeare’s 450th birthday at the Library’s 15th Annual Poetry Fest on Tuesday, April 1, from 3 – 4:30pm  in the Wendell Will Room.

Read from your own or a favorite writer’s poetry, or simply lend us your ears (friends, Romans, countrymen encouraged)! Poetry-themed prize drawings, refreshments, and a Grand Finale by a campus “celebrity couple” add up to a festive event.

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Feb 042014
 

Stop by the Bridge in the Library from 7-9 pm on Thursday evenings.

We have tabletop games that take 10 minutes to play and games of strategy that take 30 – 45 minutes.

We just received some new games so Shelby (our Game Master) has plenty to offer. 

It should be fun!

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Jan 272014
 

Odd Topics Society

Speaker: Nathaniel Arndts ’14
Title: My God, A Woman!  (Gwen Dew, Albion’s Pioneer Reporter)
Date/Time:  Wednesday February 26, 2014, Noon-1:00pm
Place: Mary Sykes Room (Upper Baldwin)

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Jan 242014
 

With support from the Gerstacker Institute and the Office of the Provost, we are able to provide access to IBISWorld, a full text database of in-depth market research reports for more than 700 U.S. and global industries. These research reports are typically 30-40 pages long and provide analysis of each industry, including industry risk, key statistics, market data, primary competitors, forecasts, and industry performance analysis.

Also included are Business Environment Reports which track and describe external variables that have a material effect on industry performance. More than 1,000 variables are tracked, and detailed reports provided, for the 200 most common factors, which include exchange rates, commodity prices, consumer attitudes, demographic changes and government policies.

Links to IBISWorld can be found on the Library’s Databases Page (http://campus.albion.edu/library/database-list/). The direct link to IBISWorld is http://0-www.ibisworld.com.library.albion.edu/.

If you have questions about this resource, please call ext. 0293 or email library@albion.edu.

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Dec 062013
 

Feeling a little stressed by finals? Need a smile break? Stop by the Library and meet Maggie!

Maggie is a therapy dog and she would love to meet you (or get reacquainted, if you’ve met before). She plans to be on campus with her owner, Stacy Mitchell ’91, on Sunday afternoon. She hopes to arrange some other visits as well. Be sure to say hello!

Maggie the Therapy Dog

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Dec 022013
 

Are you hoping to break the record for most hours spent in the Library by an undergraduate? We can help with that, because in keeping with tradition, the Library will be open 24 hours during final exams. Beginning Sunday, December 8 at 10:00 am, the Library will be open continuously until 5:00 pm on Thursday, December 12. Both buildings will be open, but please note that a College ID card will be required for access from midnight to 7:30am. Each night at midnight the entrance door will be locked, but students, faculty, and staff will be able to enter the Library with their ID cards by using the card reader located outside the main entrance.

As always, the Friends of the Library will be providing free refreshments, including popcorn, hot chocolate, and cookies. In addition, the Read Between the Grinds cafe will be open their normal hours so you can purchase specialty coffees, pastries and more.

Library Hours During Finals Week:
Friday, Dec. 6: 8am – midnight
Saturday, Dec. 7: 9am – midnight
Sunday, Dec. 8: 24 hour access begins at 10am*
Monday – Wednesday, Dec. 9-11: 24 Hour access*
Thursday, Dec. 12: the Library closes at 5pm
Friday, Dec. 13: 8am – 5pm
*College ID card required for access after midnight

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Oct 252013
 

The Library’s second annual Halloween Costume Contest will be taking place on Thursday, October 31st (of course!). All Albion College students, faculty and staff are invited to participate. A panel of celebrated (and nearly un-bribable) judges will award fabulous prizes for the best costumes. Judging will take place in the Library at 3:00 pm on Halloween…if you can’t be there at that time, you can still enter the contest by stopping at the Library earlier that day and having your photo taken (see Becky Markovich in the Circulation Office).

Remember…you can’t spell books without BOO!!!

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Oct 242013
 

Odd Topics Society

Speaker: Dr. Jeff Carrier

Title: “Search & Rescue, Drug Smuggling, Illegal Immigrants, and Ice Breaking:

How Being Provost Prepares One for Post-Retirement Life with the U.S. Coast Guard”

Date/Time: Wed, November 20, 2013 Noon-1:00pm

Place: Mary Sykes Room (Upper Baldwin)

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Oct 072013
 

“Mysteries Abound: Observing, Interpreting, and Describing the Physical Elements of Historical Bindings”

Tuesday, October 8 at 7 p.m.

Wendell Will Room, Albion College Library

Schleg Lecture Seal
Join us for the 15th annual Marilyn Crandell Schleg Memorial lecture on October 8th at 7 p.m. in the Wendell Will Room! Julia Miller, renowned book conservator, will be speaking on the history of book bindings with a hands-on and engaging discussion of the physical elements of books. You WILL handle books over 100 years old and learn facts to impress your friends!

For more information, please visit our Marilyn Crandell Schleg Memorial Lecture website.
Refreshments will follow the lecture.

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Oct 072013
 

The Library is currently running a free trial of the Intelecom Online Resources Network. Intelecom provides access to a digital repository of academic video clips, streamed on demand, for use in class or for review by students outside of class. More than 4,000 topic-specific video lessons and clips are available in more than 35 disciplines.

This resource will be available to Albion College faculty, students, and staff until November 3, 2013.

Access is through this link:
URL: www.intelecomonline.net

If you’d like to try the database, please email library@albion.edu for the login credentials.

Please send comments or questions to mvanhouten@albion.edu.

Thanks!

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Sep 192013
 

LGBriTS Bookplate
We are pleased to announce the new LGBriTS Collection! The collection was begun with an initial gift last spring of 45 books (about 35 titles – some have two copies), that deal with coming-of-age and “coming out” topics relevant to those interested in lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and gender and sexual minority (GSM) experiences. The books have all arrived and are ready to be checked out!

These books were donated by Albion College’s LGBriTS, who will be donating additional books on these topics periodically.

Browse the LGBriTS Collection

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Sep 182013
 

The poppies puzzle is finished. It is currently on display on top of the Book Return box, near Read Between the Grinds.

We just put out a 1,000 piece Twilight puzzle – enjoy!

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Aug 302013
 

Hey! Come and take a study break by helping reassemble one of our jigsaw puzzles!

We currently have two puzzles going – one in Cutler Commons, and one on the main floor in Mudd. We’ll take pictures of them as they get finished. How many can we do in a year? Who knows?!

If you contribute to putting together a puzzle, please write your name on the inside of the box lid so we know who helped! Keep your eye out for more fun surprises and stress-busters around the library this year.

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Aug 262013
 

The Odd Topics Society’s Luncheons are back! Please join us from 12 – 1 on Wednesday, September 25th, in the Mary Sykes Room (Upper Baldwin Hall) for the next luncheon.

Speaker: Amy Reimann ’00, Executive Director of The Ella Sharp Museum of Art and History
Title: “Really? I’ve Never Been There!”
Date: Wednesday, September 25, 2013
Time: Noon-1:00 pm
Place: Mary Sykes Room

Please visit the Odd Topics page to see the schedule for the rest of the year!

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Jul 262013
 

We are happy to announce that we’re adding a new database called Business Insights: Global through our MeL consortium.

Business Insights: Global includes full text content of:

  • More than 2 million investment research/brokerage reports
  • Thousands of detailed financial reports (including fundamentals data and comparison tools)
  • More than 1,200 business executive video interviews for classroom learning
  • More than 1,000 unrestricted case studies
  • More than 2,500 market research reports
  • Hundreds of country economic reports
  • More than 1,000 SWOT reports (updated quarterly)
  • More than 3,500 full-text periodicals
  • Nearly 25,000 industry reports
  • Nearly 11,000 company histories
  • Over 43,400 articles from Market Share Reporter
  • Over 65,000 articles from Business Rankings Annual
  • More than 2,200 corporate chronologies
  • More than 2,000 additional reference articles
  • Neraly 70,000 associations
  • Thousands of interactive live charts for economic and business indicators
  • 193 detailed country profiles (with links to related content and statistical data)
  • Nearly 500,000 detailed company profiels (with links to related content and statsitcal data)
  • More than 600 ine-depth industry profiles (with links to related content and statsitcal data)
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May 062013
 

Feeling a little stressed by finals? Need a smile break? Stop by the Library and meet Maggie!

Maggie is a therapy dog and she would love to meet you. She plans to be on campus (with her owner, Stacey Mitchell, ’91) today (Monday afternoon and evening), and Tuesday afternoon. She will be in the Library part of the time, and will also spend some time roaming campus. If you see her, be sure to say hello! Maggie the Therapy Dog

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Apr 292013
 

Time to invest in coffee futures? Maybe! In keeping with tradition, the Library will once again be open 24 hours during final exams, beginning Friday, May 3.

The Library will open at 8:00 am that day and will stay open continuously until 5:00 pm on Wednesday, May 8th. Please note that a College ID card will be required for access from midnight to 7:30 am. Each night at midnight the doors will be locked, but students, faculty, and staff will be able to open the door with their ID cards using the card reader located outside the main entrance.

The Friends of the Library will be providing refreshments, including popcorn, coffee, hot chocolate, and cookies. In addition, Read Between the Grinds cafe will be open their normal hours so you can purchase specialty coffees, pastries and more.

Library Hours During Finals:
Friday, May 3rd —24 hour access begins at 8:00 am*
Saturday, May 4th — open 24 hours*
Sunday, May 5th — open 24 hours*
Monday, May 6th — open 24 hours*
Tuesday, May 7th — open 24 hours*
Wednesday, May 8th — Library closes at 5 pm

*College ID card required for access after midnight

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Mar 272013
 

We have limited hours over Easter weekend:

Mar 29 (Good Friday): 8am – 5pm
Mar 30 (Saturday): 1 – 5pm
Mar 31 (Easter Sunday): 6pm – 2am

Normal hours resume on Monday, April 1st (no fooling!).

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Mar 132013
 

Don’t miss our last Odd Topics Society Luncheon this academic year, presented by the Friends of the Albion College Library!

Speaker: Mr. Jeff Taylor, Director of the American Museum of Magic in Marshall, MI
Title: “Magic in Michigan”
Date: March 27, 2013
Time: Noon – 1pm
Place: Mary Sykes Room

Please join us for what is certain to be a magical experience (we couldn’t resist just one…). Please check back in the fall for next year’s schedule. We hope to see you in Mary Sykes!

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Mar 072013
 

The library collection is constantly changing…one could even say it is being “renewed.” Every year, through our purchases and donations, we add thousands of volumes to our holdings. At the same time, we try to properly manage our collection by removing materials that are outdated or no longer necessary or appropriate. Among the hundreds of books we receive through donations each year, some are not suitable for our collection or duplicate materials we already have. What to do with the books removed from the collection or donated books we don’t add to our holdings?

In the past, we’ve tried to sell these volumes through the annual Friends of the Library book sale, although this was a very labor-intensive task with little financial benefit, and which always left us with thousands of volumes to be recycled. We have recently found a better approach. We are now partnering with Better World Books, an online book seller which uses its profits to support global literacy efforts and libraries. In our case, the profits from the sale of our withdrawn books are shared with the National Center for Family Literacy and with the Albion College Library. According to their website (http://www.betterworldbooks.com/), Better World Books has provided $10.4 million in funding for literacy programs and libraries, has donated more than 5 million books to partner literacy and education programs, and has diverted more than 40,000 tons of books from landfills.

As the end of the school year approaches, if you have books you no longer need, please consider donating them to the Library. We will review them carefully for possible inclusion in our collection where they will enrich our holdings and support Albion College students, faculty and staff in research as well as recreational reading. The books we don’t add will be picked up by Better World Books and given a chance to find another home, while supporting libraries and literacy!

Mar 072013
 

The Library will celebrate National Poetry Month by hosting its 14th annual Poetry Fest on Thursday, April 11, from 3 p.m. to approximately 4:30 p.m. in Albion College Library’s Wendell Will Room. Audience members are welcome to read aloud an original or favorite poem. Appreciative listeners are also vital. The festivities include deluxe refreshments, prize drawings with a poetic twist, and a grand finale performed by a campus “celebrity couple.” Free and open to the public. Please join us!

The details again:
Poetry Fest
Thursday, April 11th
3 – 4:30pm
Wendell Will Room
Albion College Library

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Feb 192013
 

ProQuest is offering free access to the ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Full Text database through the end of February. To take advantage of this offer, connect through this link:

http://0-search.proquest.com.library.albion.edu/pqdtft/advanced?accountid=8252

If you are unable to connect to this database or have questions, please email mvanhouten@albion.edu.

Publisher’s database description:
ProQuest Dissertations and Theses — Full text is the world’s most comprehensive collection of dissertations and theses. The official digital dissertations archive for the Library of Congress and the database of record for graduate research. PQDT — Full Text includes millions of searchable citations to dissertation and theses from around the world from 1861 to the present day together with over a million full text dissertations that are available for download in PDF format. Over 2.1 million titles are available for purchase as printed copies. The database offers full text for most of the dissertations added since 1997 and strong retrospective full text coverage for older graduate works.

More than 70,000 new full text dissertations and theses are added to the database each year through dissertations publishing partnerships with 700 leading academic institutions worldwide and collaborative retrospective digitization of dissertations through UMI’s Digital Archiving and Access Program. Full Text dissertations are archived as submitted by the degree-granting institution. Some will be native PDF, some PDF image.

Each dissertation published since July 1980 includes a 350-word abstract written by the author. Master’s theses published since 1988 include 150-word abstracts. Simple bibliographic citations are available for dissertations dating from 1637. Where available, PQDT — Full Text provides 24-page previews of dissertations and theses.

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Feb 062013
 

The Library is currently doing a trial of a new online market research resource called Passport. If you would like to see what this database has to offer, click on this link:
http://www.portal.euromonitor.com/Portal/Default.aspx

The trial will be active until February 18th.

Database Description:
Passport is an award-winning market research database used by the world’s top academic institutions and Fortune 500 companies to understand the global business environment in a time of rapid change and increased globalization.

Passport features millions of statistics and in-depth reports on 27 industries with demographic, macro and socioeconomic data and analysis on consumers and economies in 210 countries worldwide.

Passport Features:

  • Forward-looking analysis of consumer and industrial markets
  • Market performance of leading companies and brands
  • Comprehensive population, socioeconomic and lifestyle data
  • Timely and topical commentary on factors influencing the business environment
  • Surveys exploring consumer opinions, attitudes and behaviours
  • The same research approach for all countries to allow cross-country comparisons
  • Historic data from 1997 and forecasts to 2020
  • An unrivalled level of detail across all categories
  • Powerful and easy-to-use analysis and visualisation tools
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Nov 052012
 

We are pleased to announce that the Library is now subscribing to the complete SAGE Premier collection of journals.

SAGE Premier provides online access to 648 peer-reviewed, full-text journals, including high-impact research titles published on behalf of more than 245 scholarly and professional societies. Journals in Psychology, Communication, Sociology, Business, Education, Political Science and many other disciplines are part of the collection – coverage for most titles is from 1999 to the present. A list of the journals included is attached as an Excel spreadsheet.

Links to these titles can be found through the Library’s Journal Finder service – click on the “Journals” button on our home page, or go directly to the service through this link:
http://wm6sn7rt5y.search.serialssolutions.com/

Please share this information with your students, and let us know if you have questions about this new collection.

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Nov 012012
 

We had a fabulous set of entries for the Literary Character Halloween Costume Contest this year, and we’re hoping to make it our first annual. We hope if you didn’t get a chance you’ll join us next year!

Halloween Costumes
Benjamin Orjada as Titus Andronicus – Seventh Place Winner Lisa Lewis as Snow White’s Stepmother – Sixth Place Winner Alysandra Ganem as Harry Potter – Fifth Place Winner
Guy Cox as Robur the Conqueror – Fourth Place Winner Carson Garety as Rosie the Riveter – Third Place Winner The Kinesi OZ ogy department – Second Place Winners
Cara Delaney as Rainbow Fish – FIRST PLACE WINNER Allison Navarra as Eeyore Andy Boyan as Merlin
Danielle Crittenden as Hester Prynne Ethan Brock as the 11th Doctor Ian MacInnes as Charles Dickens
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Katie Oldenburg as Hanna Abbot Melissa Wright as Jing-Mei Woo Shelby Fox-Purrier as Private Angelo Maggio
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Sep 182012
 

Welcome back, everyone! With the Fall semester underway, we have some exciting new services in the Library we’d like to let you know about.

First, we now have eReaders. You can now check out from the library, for three weeks, a Kindle, Kindle Fire, or Nook Tablet. Books are preloaded on the readers! Please come check one out, and let us know what you think of this service.

We also have iPads which can be checked out for three weeks. In addition to all the other things an iPad can do, you can read books through the iBookstore, through the Kindle and eBrary apps, and more! We hope you will try them out with your own iTunes account, and again, let us know what you think of them.

We are also pleased to recommend both the eBrary and the Albion College Library apps for your personal mobile devices. We currently have access to over 75,000 ebooks through eBrary – using the mobile app in conjunction with BlueFire reader or Adobe Digital Editions, you can download and read all of these books on many mobile devices. The Library app offers basic information about the library and also allows you to search the catalog, and is available through the Apple App Store. Check our Apps and Plugins page for download links and more information.

Finally, we have a new Text-A-Librarian service. If you have a question for a librarian, and you’re away from your computer or across campus, you can text us during reference hours at 856-2LIBREF (856-254-2733). For more details, check out our Ask-A-Librarian page.

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Aug 022012
 

We’re pleased and honored to announce that the Albion College Library Website is this month’s Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) College Library Website of the Month!

Congratulations go to Megan O’Neill for designing and developing the site and for her continued work to make sure the website meets the needs of students, faculty and staff. She has worked tirelessly on this, and we are excited that her work has resulted in national recognition and is being showcased as a model website for other college libraries!

Thanks also to Melinda Kraft, Katherine Hibbs, David Lawrence and John Perney for their great support and assistance.

Here’s a link to the College Library of the Month page

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Jun 052012
 

The library has new trials of two Business databases: PrivCo and Gale Business Insights: Global.

PrivCo

PrivCo trial

“PrivCo is the premiere source for business and financial data on major, non-publicly traded corporations, including family owned, priate equity owned, venture backed, and international unlisted companies. The PrivCo team is obsessed with sourcing accurate, complete, and timely private company research and we take pride in finding the ‘hard-to-find’.”
The trial of this database ends June 22nd, 2012.

Gale Business Insights: Global

Gale Business Insights: Global trial
(click “Access Trial” button)

“Gale Business Insights: Global combines and international perspective and sophisticated research tools with convenient access to a range of comprehensive learning materials. Designed to move researchers quickly to higher levels of understanding and application, Gale Business Insights: Global uses case studies, statistical data sources, news articles, academic journals and topical reference materials organized by country, company and industry to quickly engage users in the global business environment.”
Content includes:

  • More than 2 million investment research/brokerage reports
  • Thousands of detailed financial reports (including fundamentals data and comparison tools)
  • More than 1200 business executive video interviews for classroom learning
  • More than 1000 unresetricted case studies
  • More than 2500 market research reports
  • Hundreds of country economic reports
  • More than 1000 SWOT reports (updated quarterly)
  • More than 3500 full-text periodicals
  • Nearly 25000 industry reports
  • And lots more!

The trial of this database ends June 26, 2012.

May 292012
 

The Library is currently running a free trail of the ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Full Text database. The database will be available to Albion College faculty, students, and staff until June 5, 2012.

On-campus users can access the database through this link: ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Full Text On-Campus.

If you’d like to use the database from off-campus, please use the link below (your browser will probably ask you to add a security exception before connecting to the database): ProQuest Database Trial Off-Campus

Please send comments or questions to mvanhouten@albion.edu

Database Description
ProQuest Dissertations and Theses — Full text is the world’s most comprehensive collection of dissertations and theses. The official digital dissertations archive for the Library of Congress and the database of record for graduate research. PQDT — Full Text includes millions of searchable citations to dissertation and theses from around the world from 1861 to the present day together with over a million full text dissertations that are available for download in PDF format. Over 2.1 million titles are available for purchase as printed copies. The database offers full text for most of the dissertations added since 1997 and strong retrospective full text coverage for older graduate works.

More than 70,000 new full text dissertations and theses are added to the database each year through dissertations publishing partnerships with 700 leading academic institutions worldwide and collaborative retrospective digitization of dissertations through UMI’s Digital Archiving and Access Program. Full Text dissertations are archived as submitted by the degree-granting institution. Some will be native PDF, some PDF image.

Each dissertation published since July 1980 includes a 350-word abstract written by the author. Master’s theses published since 1988 include 150-word abstracts. Simple bibliographic citations are available for dissertations dating from 1637. Where available, PQDT — Full Text provides 24-page previews of dissertations and theses.

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Apr 252012
 

Time to invest in caffeine futures? Maybe, because in keeping with tradition, the Library will once again be open 24 hours during final exams, beginning Friday, April 27. The Library will open at 8:00 am that day and will stay open continuously until 5:00 pm on Wednesday, May 2. Both buildings will be open, but please note that a College ID card will be required for access from midnight to 7:30 am. Each night at midnight the doors will be locked, but students, faculty, and staff will be able to open the door with their ID cards using the card reader located outside the main entrance.
The Friends of the Library will be providing refreshments, including popcorn, coffee, hot chocolate, and cookies. In addition, Read Between the Grinds cafe will be open their normal hours so you can purchase specialty coffees, pastries and more.

Library Hours During Finals:
Friday, April 27 —24 hour access begins at 8:00 am*
Saturday, April 28 — open 24 hours*
Sunday, April 29 — open 24 hours*
Monday, April 30 — open 24 hours*
Tuesday, May 1 — open 24 hours*
Wednesday, May 2 — Library closes at 5 pm

*College ID card required for access after midnight

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Apr 092012
 

On Wednesday, April 11th, our very rare First Edition of the King James Bible will be part of a lecture at Olivet College. The lecture marks the 400th Anniversary of its printing.

Albion College Library Director Emeritus John Kondelik will give the presentation, detailing the history of the King James Bible – why it was created, how it has changed throughout history, and more. The goal is to raise awareness about the King James Bible in general, and also to help raise money toward the $7,000 necessary to restore the book. We received it as a gift in the ’30s from alum William Longstreet.

Dr. Kondelik was recently featured in an article in the Battle Creek Enquirer that gives more information about the King James Bible and also about the presentation on Wednesday.

Come hear Dr. Kondelik discuss this fascinating book! His talk will be at 1:30pm, in Room 110 of the Mott Academic Center at Olivet College, on East Street in Olivet, MI. If you’d like to donate to help us restore our King James Bible, please visit the Save-A-Book page.

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Mar 292012
 

All Albion College seniors have been invited (the link is in your email inbox) to participate in the Spring 2012 HEDS Research Practices Survey.

The survey was developed by liberal arts colleges to assess college-level research skills and measure library experiences and attitudes. The survey data will be used to help us fine-tune our library instruction program and help us in planning the second phase of library renovations.

By helping us out and taking this survey, you can help us make the library experience better for current and future students! Remember Class of 2012 – it is better to give than receive :)

Please take the time to complete the survey; we appreciate your feedback!

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