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Grainger Engineering Library 18h
Next week McKinley Health Center is hosting free flu shots at the Grainger Engineering Library: 3:30 - 6:30pm | 1st Floor West side September 24th - Monday September 25th - Tuesday For more information visit:
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University Library 19h
"Some books are to be tasted, others to be swallowed and some few to be chewed and digested." - Francis Bacon
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UrbanaFreeLibrary Sep 18
Make plans to hear UFL Board member Barbara Jones present an updated version of her News Literacy Training on Wednesday 9/19 at noon in the Urbana City Council Chambers. Sponsored by the League of Women Voters -Champaign County.
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U. Illinois Archives Sep 10
will be hosting a panel discussion on "Women and Ideas in Engineering: Twelve Stories from Illinois," a new book from and based on research in the Archives. Please join us 7-8:30 pm, Sept 19! For more info:
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University Library Sep 18
Looking for the best database to start your research? The library has organized all our databases by subject so you can find the best resources for your topic. Take a look here:
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NY Public Library Sep 17
Watching the ? Read the books behind some of the nominees:
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University Library Sep 17
Replying to @aaronjbarnes
This page has the workshop schedule for the whole semester:
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Gretchen Oltman Sep 16
Wondering what the most challenged books are? Here's a screenshot of the 2017 Top 10 from . What do you think?
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University Library Sep 17
The library is offering ten different savvy researcher workshops this week. Come learn some new skills with us!
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Smile Politely Sep 14
On October 4th, there will a talk on crimes against rare books, maps, documents and other printed cultural heritage resources by :
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MPAL Illinois Sep 15
One week from today! Join us on Saturday, 9/22 at 1pm for an afternoon of player pianos.
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University Library Sep 14
The autumnal equinox falls on September 22 this year.
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IAS Library Sep 13
Our subject and area specialists are here to help! Feel free to reach out to them: .
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University Library Sep 13
That's all for this week! See you next week for another
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University Library Sep 13
Replying to @ckpoethke @dcpl
whoops! Library at the Edge* of the World
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University Library Sep 13
Replying to @ChristyRunsDC @dcpl
The Library at the Edge of the World by Felicity Hayes-McCoy and Beauty Queens by Libba Bray are both wonderful audiobooks. The reader for Elena Ferrante's Neopolitan novels (historical fiction) is also very good
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University Library Sep 13
Replying to @LalanieNyc @penguinusa
We couldn't put down The Favorite Sister by Jessica Kroll
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University Library Sep 13
Replying to @ckpoethke @dcpl
The Library at the End of the World by Felicity Hayes-McCoy is a lovely read, although not a mystery, and Susanna Kearnsley's books are timeslip romances, but contain elements of mystery.
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University Library Sep 13
Replying to @K_Haggerty
Deborah Harkness's A Discovery of Witches (it takes place between Sept. 18-Oct. 31, and many fans like to do real-time re-reads every year)
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University Library Sep 13
Replying to @LizKirchhoff
Susanna Kearsley's books, like A Desperate Fortune, are romances with mystery/puzzle elements.
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