Beginning Monday morning, May 21, the computers in the five east/west rows of computer desks in the Electronic Resource Area on second floor will be unavailable in order to allow us to replace the carpeting under the desks. We are excited about this project. This area is one of the most used areas of the building, and the stained and worn carpeting shows how popular it is.
The computers in the rows running north and south behind the Reference Desk and the clusters of computers on all floors will still be available for use next week. Please see the helpful folks at the Circulation Desk or the Reference Desk if you need help locating a computer to use for your research.
Thanks for your patience as we continue to improve our building!
Rod Library wants to hear your ideas about printed/paper books and electronic books (e-books). A survey will be conducted from Monday, April 16 through Tuesday, May 1, to learn the UNI community's preferences for printed/paper books or e-books. The survey will be online (http://www.zoomerang.com/Survey/WEB22FCJ8Q5YLV) and printed copies may be found in the library lobby. For more information, email Leila Rod-Welch (Leila.firstname.lastname@example.org).
Renovation work began today on the third floor Youth Collection area. There may be some noise and dust while the work is taking place. If you need help locating a quiet place to study please see the friendly folks at the Circulation Desk by the entrance to the Library.
The Student Health Clinic will be holding a Flu Shot Clinic in the Library tomorrow, Tuesday October 25, from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm. The Clinic will be located in the study area outside of room 286 (after entering the building turn right to find room 286).
The Flu Shot Clinic is for UNI students and for UNI employees who are enrolled in the University’s sponsored health insurance plan.