Welcome to the Lakeland Library Newsletter! Each month, we will showcase classes, events, and other fun and interesting facts about the Library and our staff. We will also keep you informed of new resources and services that are designed to assist you in your course work, and personal and professional lives.
Magazines can be checked out for one week by all library users. Faculty can receive emails containing the Table of Contents from recently received journals. For example, if an English professor is interested in Poetry the TOC can be emailed each time a new issue is received at the library. For more information contact Cori Tatulinski at 440-525-7455 or email@example.com
Interlibrary Loan for Research!
Working on a research paper? Looking into some family genealogy? Can't get a certain book from a local library? Interlibrary Loan can get hard to find books and articles for your needs. Please contact the Reference Librarians and they will help to get that request started. Questions? Please contact the ILL Department at 440-525-7314.
A database for current events
CQ Researcher can help support your research projects. It provides in-depth coverage and analysis of current issues in the news. Articles in this database contain topic overviews, pro/con columns, and data that can be cited.
For questions, contact Reference at 440-525-7425 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lakeland Library is Closed for Thanksgiving
The Library will be closed Thursday, November 26, through Sunday, November 29, for the Thanksgiving Holiday.
Online Book Discussion Group:
When: Wednesday, December 2, at 12PM
Read: "Digging to America" by Anne Tyler (or bring your own book) and join the discussion.
"Digging to America challenges the notion that home is a fixed place, and celebrates the subtle complexities of life on all sides of the American experience." ~ Publisher
For additional information on the book discussions, email email@example.com.
Need a break during finals?
Lakeland Library will help you relax during finals week with our interactive stress relief newsletter and guided meditation sessions. Look for the newsletter in your inbox in early December! Guided meditation sessions will be offered Wednesday, December 9th and Thursday, December 10th at 12:00PM via WebEx. Join us for 20 minute sessions each day.
How do I return books at the end of Fall semester?
Books can be returned at any of the book drops on campus. There are outdoor book drops at the Holden University Center and near the clocktower. There are indoor book drops in the library lobby C-building 3rd floor and in the lounge of E-building. If you need to renew books please call 440-525-7424.
Need help with your research assignments?
One-On-One research appointments are available throughout Fall semester!
Request a WebEx appointment online or call a reference librarian at 440-525-7425. Reference librarians will help you select quality resources for your assignments and save time!
Instructors, do your students need research help?
Lakeland Library offers a variety of services to teach students important information literacy skills, including synchronous instruction sessions for the whole class, video tutorials that can be embedded in Blackboard, customized research guides that can serve as unique websites for your assignments, and much more! Sign up for a spring 2021 class today, or contact Reference at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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Contributors to the November newsletter include: Linda Glasser, Cori Tatulinski, Ellen Strand, Ragan Snead.
Editor: Megan Mamolen