Friday, April 28 starting at 9am, the second floor of the library will begin installing carpet. FYI – There may be some noise associated with the install. Thank you for your cooperation!
Our EZ Proxy server has been fixed and you should be able to access our eResources now. Thank you for your patience and a huge thank you to IT!
“I wish I could write better!”
“If only someone would read my paper BEFORE I turn it in.”
“I’m an ESL student and English grammar confuses me. I need to go over the basics!”
Have you ever asked yourself these questions or overheard someone ask the same? You’re in luck!
The Writing Center is located on the third floor of the library and is there to help you to write better.
Click here to go to the Writing Center website. There, you can see all the fun and informative events they have during the quarter – some you can join in remotely, so you have no excuse!
If you have any questions about the Writing Center and their services, please feel free to email them firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mango Languages is a new eResource (thank you, Ms. Helmerick!) at the Fuller Library available for students, faculty, staff, and alumni!
We are having a webinar for students and instructors on how to use Mango given by a Mango staff person on:
Wednesday, May 3 at 8am.
Please join us at this link: https://bluejeans.com/385304105.
Since this will be recorded and uploaded to our website, please mute your mics and webcams before the webinar begins.
There will be time after the webinar for questions!
Fuller Library will be closed in observance for Easter from Friday, April 14 to Sunday, April 16. Inquiries made during this time may have a slow turnaround.
We will reopen promptly at 7:30am on Monday, April 17th.
Thank you and have an egg-celent Easter weekend!
Fuller Library is proud to announce a new database addition to our collections – African American Communities and Race Relations in America!
- African American Communities – this collection presents multiple aspects of the African American community through personal diaries and scrapbooks, pamphlets, newspapers and periodicals, correspondence, official records and in-depth oral histories.
- Race Relations in America – this contains excellent survey material, including interviews, questionnaires, statistics, raw data and analyses, as well as advice for other organisations and towns wishing to conduct their own investigations. In addition to this, audio recordings and transcripts of speeches, photographs recording the participants of each institute, as well as two publicity film slideshows are featured.
- Mango Languages – offers instruction and learning for 77 languages and counting. Languages include, Biblical Hebrew, Ancient Greek, and Latin. The program also includes Specialty Courses, which feature culture and themes relating to the language you are learning as well as using movie clips! For more info on Mango Languages, go to our Resources page!
To access these databases, go to our Databases page or click the hyperlinks above.
We were able to purchase these through the very gracious grant of Ms. Peggy Helmerick – thank you very much!
Please note and this is not an April Fools Joke!
This Saturday, April 1st the second floor will be noisy because we are removing shelving from the area.
Quiet areas are still located on floors 1 and 3.
Sorry for the inconvenience!
Dr. Waldrop has recently restructured the library staff into five distinct departments. Moving forward, if you have questions that fall under any of these departments, you will get a quicker response by contacting the department heads with the emails listed on the image below. Clicking on the image enlarges it and clicking here leads you to the Library Staff page; this page lists everyone, their departments, and contact information. If you’d like more information about the departments, please feel free to email email@example.com. Thank you!
From March 28th to April 8th, the Fuller Library will have an Easter Egg Hunt! We have hidden eggs all over the library. If you find one, bring it to the Circulation Desk and get your prize! Prizes include: $1.00-$1.50 off library fines (does not include printing) and candy. But, there are TWO golden eggs hidden as well, and finding one will get you a Starbucks Gift card.
PLEASE NOTE: This hunt is not for children – Fuller Students ONLY! We apologize but will consider having one for children in the future.
- One egg per person, per day.
- Egg must be brought to the Circulation Desk and THEN opened. Your name and possibly G number will be written down.
- Eggs are hidden in areas that anyone can access; none are in staff only areas of the library. They will not be behind stacks of books or large items for you to move.
- If you chose the Fine Removal prize and have no fines OR your fines are less than the removal amount, no money or change will be given. Fine Removal prize cannot be used as credit toward future fines.
- You do not talk about Fight Club.
- Golden Eggs – if you find one, you will no longer be allowed to play (sorry!). This gives everyone else a chance to find an egg, especially a golden one.
- Have fun!
If you have any questions feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Get ready, get set…HUNT!
Just a note – the library is aware that the search box on our home page is not working. Searching here will send you to an error page.
Also, while in Discovery, you can switch to Local by going to Library Links (upper-right hand corner) > Classic Search.
If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com. Thank you for your patience in this matter!