A copy of the the University Avenue/IA 934 From IA 58 to U.S. 63 Black Hawk County, IowaEnvironmental Assessment and De Minimis Impact Finding from the Iowa Department of Transportation is available for public viewing.
This item has been placed on Permanent Reserve at the MultiService Center desk located on the main floor of the library. It is available for a 3 hour check out but cannot be taken out of the building. There are scanners and copiers available if there are certain pages you want to copy.
If you are not affiliated with UNI, you can use your visitor's card or driver's license to check this item out.
Update: the following federal government websites are completely offline and inaccessible:
USGS.gov Bureau of Economic Analysis (bea.gov) Business.gov Census.gov Copyright.gov Data.gov Disability.gov ERIC (eric.ed.gov) FCC.gov FTC.gov Library of Congress (loc.gov) NASA.gov National Park Service (nps.gov) NIMH.gov NIST.gov NOAA.gov is offline but you can still get to weather.gov NSF.gov Nutrition.gov USDA (usda.gov)
In the spring of 2013, Rod Library conducted the LibQUAL+ survey, better known as "You Talk. We Listen. We All Win!" We asked the campus community to tell us how well we are doing as a library, what we could improve upon, and to give us insight into what the UNI campus community expects from Rod Library. We are happy to share the results with all of you. You can find a summary report, a full report, and a spreadsheet of the comments we received at https://www.library.uni.edu/assessment/survey-results
If you are looking for the decisions and opinions issued by the United States Supreme Court this week, the decisions can be found at http://www.supremecourt.gov/ on the right hand side of the screen under "Recent Decisions"
With all of the exciting changes going on in the library, the Reference collection has moved! The Reference collection is now located by the government documents on the west end of the main (2nd) floor. If you walk past the reference desk and Dichotomy, look to your right and you will see the Reference collection.
Thanks to all of you who participated in Rod Library's You Talk. We Listen. We All Win! survey! We had over 800 respondents, which is fabulous! We want to congratulate Chance on winning the grand prize of an iPad mini! The other prize winners have been notified via their UNI email address. So, be sure to check your UNI e-mail and see if you are a winner!
Rod Library will take all of your valuable feedback from the survey so that we can serve you even better in the future!
Rod Library now has a water bottle filling station next to the women's restroom and near the Browsing Room on the main floor of the library! You can save money and reduce waste while enjoying cold chilled water!
Guess what?!?! As part of the learning commons project, we now have 4 new mobile carts floating around the library for you to use!!. Each cart has a 47-inch flat screen monitor and cables that will allow you to connect your laptop and/or electronic devices to the flat screen monitor However, we only have cables for VGA and HDMI compatible devices. Carts have cords so they can be plugged into an electrical outlet. Instructions are on each of the carts.
We want you to use these carts and move them around the library to wherever you and your friends are working on that group project!
If you have any questions or comments, please visit us at the Reference desk on the main (2nd) floor!
Welcome back to Rod Library! It's going to be an exciting and busy semester. There are many changes, large and small, happening right inside your own library! Rod Library currently has five sample chairs for you to try out and vote on. These are the chairs that will be purchased specifically for the Learning Commons area on the 2nd (main) floor of the library. The sample chairs are located in the Learning Commons area behind the Reference Desk on the 2nd (main) floor of the library. Sit in them, try them out, see which one is most comfortable! Vote for your favorites on the whiteboard by the chairs - you can't miss it. Voting will end on January 25th, 2013 at 12:00 noon.