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Are you new to the Murray Library? Are you taking a summer class? Would you like to know the best places for quiet study and how to find information on the Library website? Then our tours are exactly what you need. We will show you how to use the website, how to book a study room, where the quiet study spaces are, how to get to the North Wing and more.
When: June 23rd to 30th (excluding weekends) 11:15 and again at 1:45
Where: We'll meet you in the Murray Library on the ground floor Check-Out desk
If you can't make one of the scheduled tours you can check out the tour page to book a time for your own tour, or come on up to the Research Help Desk on the first floor where we will be happy to help you out.
Would you like to learn more about librarianship or explore it as a possible career path?
This winter term The University will be offering a new class, The Internship in Library and Information Studies (INCC 380.3).
The internship will be to introduce undergraduates to professional librarianship, with an emphasis on an academic library setting. Interns participate in seminar discussions as well as appropriate, meaningful work in order to advance projects in the University Library while earning course credit. The course consists of a weekly 2-hour discussion-based seminar (which will include guest lecturers and student presentations) and 70-75 hours on site under the joint supervision of the instructor and a workplace supervisor.
For class information and the application form please click here.
Registration for the 2016-2017 academic year opens in June, we look forward to seeing your application!
Pre-requisites: 60 credits and permission from the instructor.
Contact Candice Dahl for more information.
Location: Murray Library, Room 301
Curators: University Archives and Special Collections staff
This mini-exhibit showcases a small sampling of materials generously donated to the University Archives and Special Collections over the past five years. While every donation is unique, they work together to make the archives and special collections rich with research materials on almost any topic. We would like to thank all of our donors for enhancing research and sustaining history through their support, and by sharing their treasures.