During this spring break, the library will have a modified schedule. Please see the full details here.
Of note, the library will be:
- Open Friday, March 21, until 8 pm (for the Coffeehouse Writers Series – click here for more information).
- Closed all day Saturday & Sunday, March 22 & 23.
- Open for reduced hours Monday-Thursday, March 24-27 (7:30 am – 6 pm).
- Closed all day Friday & Saturday, March 28 & 29.
- Open for reduced hours Sunday, March 30 (4-10 pm).
- Resuming normal hours, starting on Monday March 31.
If you are looking for the ChargerBrew coffee shop in the library, please note that ChargerBrew will close for Spring Break at 3 pm on March 21, and will reopen after Spring Break on March 31.
Have a safe and happy Spring Break!
Hi, everybody! Doug, here. If you are the type of person to pay attention to this sort of thing, and why wouldn’t you be, Fair Reader, you might have noticed that the library blog’s last entry was over a month ago. What’s going on?
What happened is that the wonderful Sheeji Kathuria, who had kept up the blog for some time, accepted a job offer to become Mississippi State University’s Social Science Librarian. In her absence, I’ll be stepping in to make some posts about the goings on around the library and the campus. The first entry will be next Monday, as I start a new series taking a look at some of the clubs, organizations, and people who keep our campus vibrant. I will also try to add in blogs taking a more in-depth approach about the resources the library offers. There will also be blog entries covering events and people around the library, as usual.
Before I go, though, just want to take a moment to say: Congrats, Sheeji, and thanks for your work on the blog and with all the things you’ve done around here!
See you next week.
We will have reduced hours at Salmon Library starting Thursday, December 12th.
|Saturday – Sunday
||December 14 – 15
The library will be completely closed from Saturday, December 21st-Wednesday, January 1st. Live chat will be offline completely from December 12-January 1st. Please don’t hesitate to submit your questions to us via email.
Please also see our blog post on how Interlibrary Loan requests are affected during this time.
Have a safe and happy holiday, everyone!
Salmon Library will have reduced hours from 7:30-6:00pm on Wednesday, November 27th and will be CLOSED Thursday-Saturday (November 28-November 30) during Thanksgiving break.
We will reopen Sunday, December 1st to begin our extended hours for finals. If you have any questions, please contact us at 256-824-6529 or via email. Have a safe and wonderful break!
We will be having extended hours from December 1-11th before and during final exams. And don’t forget we will be having fun and relaxing activities at the library for your study breaks!
Extended Hours: December 1 – 11th
|Monday – Thursday
Best of luck during finals everyone! During the interim period after finals and before Spring semester starts, we will be having reduced hours.
We are currently collecting Books for Africa in the Salmon Library lobby until December 10th. Books For Africa is the largest shipper of donated text and library books to the African continent, shipping over 28 million books to 49 different countries since 1988. They strive to help create a culture of literacy and provide the tools of empowerment to the next generation of parents, teachers, and leaders in Africa.
For more information, please contact Belinda Ong or the Reference Desk at 256-824-6529.
Dr. Belinda Ong, Director of Reference and Information Services at UAH’s M. Louis Salmon Library, will be honored on October 22nd with the International Services Council (ISC) of Alabama’s 2013 Spirit of Diplomacy Award. ISC is sponsored in part by the U.S. Department of State.
Dr. Ong will receive the award during a luncheon ceremony in Birmingham. She is being recognized for her work as president of the International Society of Huntsville (ISH). Ong is a key charter member and co-founder of the organization. She was instrumental in planning the organization’s annual International Festival of North Alabama, recently hosted on the UAH campus. In her position as director of Reference and Information Services at the university library, Ong works with many international students and actively promotes all students working together to find commonalities and to form friendships and understanding.
Way to go Belinda!
We recently put in some new furniture on the 1st floor of Salmon Library. Called “media:scapes,” these unique pieces of furniture provide large, somewhat private group seating as well as double monitors that easily lend to displaying and sharing your work.
Here’s a diagram of how you can get to them when you’re inside the library:
If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at 256-824-6529 or via live chat.
Click on the image below and browse our very first newsletter! We are excited to update you on the latest happenings at Salmon Library, including upcoming events and our very newest resources. Let us know what you think at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Important announcement: As part of continued construction of the campus greenway, the Salmon Library parking lot will be permanently closing. Construction will start on the crosswalk at Holmes Avenue, Monday, October 14th. As a result of this work, the parking lot with access from Holmes Avenue will be closed effective October 13, 2013. This lot will be removed shortly thereafter, but work on Holmes Avenue itself necessitates closure of the access.
The parking lot closer to the Nursing Building will still be open, with entrance to it coming from Ben Graves drive, not Holmes Avenue. Library patrons may find alternate parking at the Intermodal Facility lots located at University Fitness Center, Spragins Hall, and Wilson Hall/Business Administration Building.