Join us at Rod Library for our "Coffee and Kisses" event this Friday from 11:30pm-1:00am at the Book Bistro.
We will be serving free hot coffee, purple and gold Hershey kisses, and donuts. Please enter through the library's west entrance near the Campanile.
The library will be closing at it's normal hours (7pm) and will be opening up only for this event. Only the Book Bistro area will be open for seating. The rest of the library will not be open and no library service desks will be open. The Book Bistro, itself, will not be open but they will be offering the free coffee, Hershey kisses, and donuts.
The CFPL@UNI Collection and the most current issues of newspapers have been moved to the area just outside of the Book Bistro. Older issues of newspapers can currently be found in the Browsing Room where the CFPL@UNI Collection used to be.
The CFPL@UNI Collection is a small collection from Cedar Falls Public Library that houses popular fiction and non-fiction books. Don't have a public library card? No problem! You can get one for free at the Rod Library Circulation Desk.
Here is a list of the newspapers with current issues in the Bistro:
Professor of Writing, Rhetoric, and Digital Studies (University of Kentucky)
Tuesday, September 16th at 7pm
Georgian Lounge of the UNI Commons
A craft terroir, following the logic of craft culture in general, might include a network of relationships and ideas that shape an understanding or sensibility of place as well as what comes from a specific place.
Dr. Rice will discuss a specific type of craft terroir, that of craft beer, and in particular, how a craft terroir of beer works from the logic of networks. Digital networks. Emotional networks. Personal networks. Networks of taste. Beginning with Russian River's famed Pliny the Elder Double IPA, he explores how all of these items contribute to a craft terroir ordering and classification of place.
This speaker is brought to campus through the kind support of Reaching for Higher Ground, the Meryl Norton Hearst Lecture Series, and the Department of Communication Studies.
Library Dean Chris Cox recently joined Talk of Iowa host Charity Nebbe on Iowa Public Radio (along with the library deans at Iowa and Iowa State) to discuss the changes and trends in academic libraries.
The library is a pretty big building and with recent construction projects, it's easy to get confused. Did you ever wonder if we'll shush you? You might be surprised by the answer. Let us tell you more about our current library space!
That the library has digital collections fo you to use? These collections include digitized information about Iowa, the Cedar Valley, and UNI So, if you've ever wondered about living in Iowa during the Civil War or what the UNI campus looked like through the year, give the digital collections a look.
A sample of the collections available on our digital collections site:
Have you ever wondered if the library has color printing or if the library has a laptop that you could borrow? You can either ask a librarian OR you can use the library's FAQ system!
To find the library's FAQ, you can go to the Ask Us! link on the library's homepage located on the left-hand side of the page or by going here. We are continually adding to the question bank. If you ask a question that we haven't answered yet, you can request a follow-up email for your question.
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!