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Does the library have my textbook?

Emory Libraries are pleased to welcome you back in 2017; we hope to help you be productive and successful this spring semester. If you are looking for materials from your course syllabi, below are some tips for finding them. Remember you can also search for answers in the libraries FAQ (Ask a Librarian) section or…

You Spoke. We Listened.

In February 2017, we surveyed students and faculty for feedback on library collections, spaces, and services. Roughly 600 faculty and 2,300 students participated for a response rate of 15%. Thanks to everyone who responded. Most of you expressed satisfaction with the Libraries. 91.6% of you said you are satisfied or very satisfied with the Libraries…

Welcome to the Academic Showcase

Woodruff Library is pleased to host the 2017 Academic Showcase for New Student Orientation on August 22 from 10 to 11:30 a.m.! The event will take place on the main floor of the library (Level 2). You have the chance to meet with the department representatives from 45 academic departments and ask them questions about their…

Woodruff Library Level 1 Summer Renovations

Level 1 in Woodruff Library will be undergoing renovations this summer, starting on May 9th.  These renovations will add more seating, a variety of new furniture, and additional power outlets to the Learning Commons on Level 1. To accomplish this goal, a large percentage of the microform and print government document collections on Level 1…

Library student employees SUMMER READS

Students working in the Emory Libraries tend to be voracious readers. When they finally get a break from the academic year’s required reading, you’ll find some of them already have a list of books they’re looking forward to enjoying in the warm-weather months. Here’s a peek at what made it onto their summer reading lists:…

Circulating laptops available in Woodruff Library

The Music & Media Library has started to circulate a small collection of four MacBook and six Dell laptops for a circulating period of seven days.  This collection was created in response to requests from faculty, staff, and students, for whom the 3-hour circulating collection was not meeting their needs. Many of the faculty and staff use the computers…

LITS welcomes applications for Graduate Student Fellowships

The Laney Graduate School and several Emory partner entities offer fellowships to advanced graduate students.  (See all fellowships at http://www.gs.emory.edu/professional-development/fellowships/advanced.html )  Emory Library & Information Technology Services (LITS) is offering 7 fellowships for 2017-18 Deadline: Feb 17 by 4pm Emory Libraries Alice Walker Fellowship –  Guidelines Emory Libraries/ECDS Data Services Fellowship     Guidelines Emory Libraries/ECDS Digital…

Book Display of Emory’s Area Studies Faculty Publications

The International Area Studies librarians at Emory ‘s Woodruff Library, in collaboration with the Library’s Exhibit Team, have curated a special book display showcasing Emory faculty’s scholarly achievements in addressing global and cultural issues, as well as the challenges across different regions.  The Book Display is artistically exhibited in two alcoves near the entrance to…

Library Celebrates International Education Week – newspapers and magazines

Emory’s Woodruff Library is happy to celebrate International Education Week (Nov 14-18, 2016)   Did you know that you have access to over 100 newspapers and magazines from over 50 countries in 60 languages? Databases at Emory News Source facet Ejournals Research Guides posted by Kim Collins on 11/14/2016  

Summer Vacation Reading

What’s better than reading some popular reading material while on vacation in the summer?  Why it’s reading or listening to an e-book or audio book from Emory’s Overdrive collection and not having to worry about getting it back on time.  Check out some of the notable titles from the past year; Cynthia Sweeney’s The Nest,…

Moving In: Library Service Center

The library is currently moving collections from the Storage Facility at 1762 Clifton to the new Library Service Center   The move is expected to continue through mid-summer 2016, with Rose Library collections moving first, followed by the rest of the collections in order of use and accession, newest to oldest. Library Users may continue to…