Tuesday, August 4, 2015

On Display in the Atrium


First Place Winners are on display in the Walker Library atrium through August 21st.



MTSU Summer Research Poster Session
Took place on Friday, July 31, 2015
A mini-Scholars Day event to celebrate research and creative activity featuring summer research programs: URECA, REU, and FirstSTEP teams and sponsored by the MTSU Office of Research.

First Place Winners are on display in Walker Library through August 21st.
Congratulates to the following two teams:

Hannah Barker, Melissa Pompilius, and Robert Fischer, College of Basic and Applied Sciences
Research Topic: Clonal Variation in Growth and Life History Traits in Daphnia Lumholtzl


Lauren Hanberry and Anthony Newsome, Department of Biology and URECA
Research Topic: The Evaluation of a Collection Method and Survey of Triatomines (Chagas Disease) and Other Insect Vectors





Friday, June 19, 2015

New Listening/Viewing Center

The Walker Library has a huge collection of music and video in house and online. Stop by our new Listening/Viewing Center
(1st floor behind the Reference Desk, Room 144A) to access all the resources. 

There staff will assist you in accessing millions of streaming music tracks and thousands of streaming videos! We also have a vast collection of vinyl records and CDs and the equipment to play it on. Call 494-7784 if you have questions.



Monday, May 11, 2015

University Writing Center Summer Hours

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The University Writing Center is closed for the month of May. 


It will re-open June 1st. 

The summer schedule will be Monday - Thursday 9am - 5pm. 

Library Summer Hours


We are open all summer long. Check out all of our hours here: http://library.mtsu.edu/hours.php

Friday, April 24, 2015

A helpful toolkit for finals

Visit our collection of end of semester help... just in time for finals. We call it our finals toolkit. On this page http://library.mtsu.edu/finalstoolkit you will find:

Ways to Get Help
About Technology in the Library

Citation Tools

Relax and Recharge

Do Research


Study and Meeting Spaces

Library Maps and Directories

Protect Your Stuff



Caution! This time of year often brings an increase in thefts in the library. Never leave your backpack, books, phones or laptops unattended in the library. Bad guys might steal your stuff and sell it to get money for guns, drugs, or to pay off their overdue fines.







photo credit: mag3737 on Flickr

Need a Quiet Place to Study?

Quiet Zone Locations

  • Third and fourth floors, beyond the elevators (from the computers back). Look for the Quiet Zone signs in these areas.

Quiet Zone Policies

  • Talking should be kept to only the occasional whisper.
  • No loud music blaring from earbuds.
  • No talking on cell phones. If you need to use a cell phone, please move to the area around the stairway.

What to Do if a Quiet Zone is Too Noisy

  • Help us keep these zones quiet by reminding other students of their purpose.
  • If you feel uncomfortable approaching noisy users, you can call for backup and a library staffer will investigate.
    • Use the chat or text option, and let us know exactly where the offenders are and give a brief description of them.
    • Phone the Service Desk at (615) 898-2817 (option 1).
    • Use the house phone near the elevators; choose option 1 when the recording finishes. Your call will be routed to the Service Desk.

Questions

Questions about Library Quiet ZoneService Desk at (615) 898-2817 (option 1).