Monthly Archives: December 2022

POV: You’re a music library intern

My name is Damaris Billups (she/her), and I am a senior music major at Agnes Scott College. This semester, I had the opportunity to intern in the Marian K. Heilbrun Music and Media Library with music and dance librarian Peter Shirts. I came to this internship because of my initial interest in music librarianship. I…

Winter Recess at Emory Libraries

The Emory Libraries will be closed for Winter Recess beginning Friday, December 23. Please plan your research visit and material requests accordingly, as requests cannot be fulfilled during closing hours.  See our Hours page for Winter Intersession open hours and exceptions. Here are the Winter Recess closing dates:  Friday, December 23 through Monday, January 2  Woodruff Library,…

Emory Libraries has your holiday reading, viewing, and listening options

At the Emory Libraries, we have been working hard behind the scenes to make sure you have access to the academic books you need for your research, teaching, and learning. Now that the winter holiday break is near, we want to ensure you have some leisure material to enjoy. To relax, we are reading, listening…

Mind games: Can you really train your brain?

Improve your memory, become better at problem-solving, and sharpen your ability to focus. Apparently, all these functions and more can be enhanced with just the device in the palm of one’s hand. Brain training apps have gained popularity over the years and have become part of a multibillion-dollar industry, as they claim to exercise and…

End of Semester Survival Guide

Finals are upon us! Whether it’s help with research, a quiet place to focus, or the equipment needed for recording a multi-media project, Emory Libraries has you covered. Check out all of the resources available within just the Robert W. Woodruff Library building: Quiet Study Areas There are several designated Quiet Study areas throughout the…