We will be upgrading the set of tools students, faculty, and staff have available in the Library. Specifically, we are going to upgrade our computers to Office 2013. This will bring the Library up-to-date with the other computer labs on campus. While the upgrade is underway, the Lab and the computers at Reference on the 2nd floor will still be available for use. However, during this process individual computers will be unavailable until the upgrade is complete, so please plan accordingly. Thanks for your patience!
It’s time for a little rest and relaxation before the end of the semester brings final exams and graduation! The hours for Spring Break are as follows:
March 12th-13th (Sat-Sun): CLOSED
March 14th-18th (Mon-Fri): 7:30am-4:45pm
March 19th (Sat): CLOSED
March 20th (Sun): 1:00pm-8:45pm
Normal hours resume on Monday, March 21st.
The Friends of the AUM Library invite you to a presentation on Tuesday, February 9th, from 12pm – 1pm on the 10th Floor Library Tower, West Room. Dr. Lee Farrow, professor of History and Director of the Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching, will give a talk titled “Grand Duke Alexis and the Mythical Origins of Mardi Gras in New Orleans” in support of her recently published book Alexis in America: A Russian Grand Duke’s Tour, 1871-1872. Join us for this insightful discussion. Sandwiches & king cake will be provided.
There are a ton of exciting activities coming up at AUM in the coming weeks, and the Library wants to keep you in the know.
To celebrate Homecoming, The Library and WASC are hosting a big event Thursday afternoon (February 4) on the second floor of the Library Tower, and we will have a table set up for the Homecoming Tailgate on Saturday (February 6).
Thursday, February 4, is Military Appreciation Day. Military personnel and their dependents are invited to a dinner and a battle on the basketball court starting at 5pm. Military ID must be presented at check-in.
And on Wednesday, February 10, the Library will host another Story Time on the second floor of the Library Tower for the Early Learning Center children from 2:30-3:30. AUM students will read timeless children’s stories to our youngest scholars. Come out to support AUM and your Library and get some free popcorn!
The Library will hold the following hours during the week of Thanksgiving:
Saturday, Nov. 21 – Closed
Sunday, Nov. 22 – Closed
Monday, Nov. 23-Tuesday, Nov. 24 7:30 am – 4:45 pm
Wednesday, Nov. 25-Saturday, Nov. 28 – Closed
Sunday, Nov. 29 – 1:00 pm – 8:45 pm
We will resume normal operating hours on Monday, Nov. 30.
Happy Thanksgiving from the AUM Library.
The children from the AUM Early Learning Center will be visiting the library today for Story-time. Library faculty and staff members will read stories and pass out popcorn to the children. This is the second visit by the children this semester and we hope to have them back again soon.
The Library will be hosting its 6th annual Haunted Open House on Thursday, Nov. 29th from 12pm-2pm on the first floor. This year’s theme is “Harry Potter”, and all are welcome to come dressed as a favorite character or just grab some goodies. There will be broom parking outside the Tower and the Floo Network has been cleaned and is ready to go, Muggles are welcome to use the parking lots around campus.
The JSTOR database is back up and PDFs can be retrieved. The outage has been labelled “intermittent” and may recur. JSTOR is still working on resolving the issues with connectivity; should the problem recur, please continue trying to access the articles.
Thank you for your patience and understanding in the matter while JSTOR works to resolve the problem.