UNI has recently implemented a new Student Information System (SIS.) When the old information was migrated into the new SIS system, faculty and staff with outstanding fees attached to their University bill were notified via e-mail. Some of these fees include library fines. Because the old system did not notify faculty and staff of outstanding fees of less than $20 it is possible this recent email is the first time you have been informed of a library fine on your account. If you have any questions about a recent "Library Fine" on your account pleas
So you're at the library typing away on your paper and realize that you've forgotten your flash drive. "Darn!" you say. No worries! Rod Library has flash drives you can borrow. Just stop at the MultiService Center desk on the 1st floor to pick one up, and return it when you're done.
What's that you say? A calculator would be great, too? Stop down at the MultiService Center, where you can check one out for three hours and use it here in the library. Problem solved!
Kate Martin has been appointed to the State Library's Library Services Advisory Panel that will provide input on the reorganization of library services in Iowa mandated under the 2010-2011 educational appropriations bill.
Dean of Library Services Marilyn Mercado retired from the University on June 30, 2011, after more than 22 years of dedicated service to Rod Library and UNI and 10 years as Dean. Rod Library faculty and staff thank her for her years of service and her leadership and wish her well in her retirement. She will be greatly missed!
Rod Library is making available collections of ebooks distributed by the company ebrary. These collections include over 55,000 titles issued by U.S. academic and trade publishers. Most of the titles were published in the last decade. New titles are being added on an ongoing basis.
The Library has been awarded a $220,981 grant by the Roy J.