To make room for the government documents moving to the first floor, the video collection that was housed on the first floor has now moved to the fourth floor to the shelving on the west side of the building (i.e., Campanile side). If you need assistance locating this collection, please stop by a service desk. We'd be happy to help!
Welcome to your first day of finals week! We have a few activities to take the sting out of it all. We have "Stress Free Zones", a graffiti Wall, free fruit and snacks in the library lobby, Juggling with the Dean of Juggling (Demonstration and Hands-on) at 11:30am, Morty and Patty from P.E.T.P.A.L.S. (Therapy Dogs) in the library from 1:00-2:30pm, chair massages from 5-8pm, and finally cookies with the President at 7pm. We hope to see you here!!
P.E.T.P.A.L.S. is an organization that aims to bring happiness to the Cedar Valley with its trained therapy dogs. Stop by the Rod Library Monday, May 5th - Thursday, May 8th to take a break and pet a dog.
We will be running a special beginning today on iced coffees, iced teas, hot cocoa, apple cider, and Pumpkin Spice coffee for $.50 (cup included if you need it) while supplies last. The special will end on Friday, May 9, 2014.
So if the weather outside is hot or cold, you can get that perfect beverage here.
Stop at the Multiservice Center to make your purchase.
Great News! Rod Library has collected hundreds of books to raise funds for Room to Read, an organization focused on increasing literacy rates across the world. We thank you for your help! Because the book drive has been so successful, Rod Library is extending the deadline for the book drive to May 12th. So when it hits the end of the semester and you don't want your books or if the bookstore won't buy them back, drop them off at the Rod Library. Donated books can be placed in the green cardboard bin in the library's lobby to help promote literacy and recycling. Let's see how many books/textbooks we can get! Thank you for supporting Room to Read!
Rod Library is asking the UNI community to donate textbooks/books that they no longer need in order to promote global literacy and recycling. Donated books will be used to raise funds for Room to Read, an organization focused on increasing literacy rates across the world. No book will be sent to a landfill. Books can be dropped off at the Rod Library lobby or to the Maucker Union Administrative Office in the green cardboard bins April 9th-22nd. Books may also be dropped off at the Rod Library booth in the Maucker Union Courtyard on April 22nd during the UNI Earth Day Celebration.
Come join us at Rod Library four Learning Commons Open House on Wednesday, April 16th from 3-5pm. Come learn about what the new Learning Commons and Digital Media Hub have to offer and how to use the new technology. There will be free food, fun and prizes. Door prizes will be given every 15 minutes and there will be a grand prize drawing for a Kindle Fire.
You can also take a peek at where the new cafe will be going as well as the second entrance!
Take some time to visit The Sacred and The Secular, an exhibit highlighting diverse objects from the Museums collection of African art, on the first floor of Rod Library. The exhibit will be available from April 10th -September 28th. It examines the multiple roles that art plays in African cultures.