Support your local artists @ the library next week:
Wednesday, March 30, from 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. Art Club Bake Sale in Lobby
Thursday, March 31, and Friday, April 1, in Salmon Library Gallery: Printers Fool’s Day Show and Sale
Your UAH Chargers are in the NCAA Elite Eight! The games will be held in Springfield Massachusetts, but you can still show your Charger Pride from here in Huntsville!
The Salmon Library will be hosting a Viewing Party for the game against Minnesota St., Mankato on March 23, starting at 1pm. The game starts at 1:30, but come out a little early and meet with other Chargers fans on campus before the game starts!
The party will be in Room 111 in the Library, just take a left in the lobby as you come in. We will be showing the game on one of our large screens, along with live stats and maybe even live reports from the Athletics Department from Massachusetts.
Come out and join us on the 23rd, and Go Chargers!
The Taylor and Francis Electronic Book collection (eBook Catalogue) trial is now active at the following URL:
Access details are as follows:
All titles: Available in DX Reader format (efocus Collections titles can be viewed separately under ‘efocus-Package’ option)
1. Product: eCollections listed below
Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
Computing and Information Technology
Development Studies and Social Work
Economics, Finance, Business and Industry
Food Science and Technology
Language and Literature
Media and Film Studies
Museum and Heritage Studies
Physical, Chemical and Earth Sciences
Politics, International Relations, Military and Strategic Studies
Reference and Information Sciences
Sport, Tourism, Travel and Leisure
eFocus: (Development Studies, Routledge/ECPR Studies in European Political Science, China, Globalization)
2. Subscription Period: 1 Month (till 31 March 2011)
3. Users: 5 Concurrent users per title (PLEASE be sure to LOG OUT when you are finished!)
Please come by the Reference Desk at the library for password information.
Check out our latest art exhibit in the Salmon Library Art Gallery now until the end of March. You will find works by UAHuntsville art faculty, Roxie Veasey. You can find details on other Spring 2011 art exhibits across campus here.
The College of Nursing will host its annual Let’s Pretend Hospital March 11-18 this year. There will be over 3,000 first graders and parents on campus participating in this event. Parking may be congested during this time. We ask that all students and faculty that normally use the parking area in front of the library to please be aware of this and be sure to arrive early in case you need to spend a few extra minutes looking for parking. Thank you for your understanding!
For more information on this wonderful event:
March 8 is International Women’s Day and the theme for 2011 is equal access to education, training and science and technology: pathway to decent work for women.
International Women’s Day is a global day celebrating the economic, political, and social achievements of women past, present, and future. In some places like China, Russia, Vietnam, and Bulgaria, International Women’s Day is a national holiday.
To celebrate International Women’s Day, the library will have displays set up on the first floor near the InfoArcade. The Coffeehouse Writers Series will be gathering at 7 p.m. in the library art gallery. The local writing group that will be reading their work is BWFFs: Susan Gorrell, Erin Reid, Susan Phelan, Kathie Butler, Marylyn Coffey, Heather Kilgore, Betty Clemens, Sandra Shattuck, and Bee Barbara.