If you are taking Children's Literature (LIT ED 1044) this semester, you may want digital copies of these materials we've created to help with your Book Review Project. You can also get them from the Youth Services desk when our staff are here.
The New Asylums: Mental Illness and the Criminal Justice System
February 17, 2016 @ 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. ~ Center for Multicultural Education, Maucker Union, UNI
Due to weather this event is being rescheduled for Wednesday Feb 10 from 9:00 am- 11:30 am.
February means Blind Date with a Book at Rod Library!
Seeking a little adventure in your reading this year?
Rod Library can make that happen.
This week we launched library login capability to the public; this was necessary for allowing users to track 3D print requests. Over time, we'll look to add additional connectivity services 'single sign on' experience for many library services.
For users who regularly send in forms through the library website, filling them out while logged in, will allow some fields (like name and e-mail address) to pre-populate...saving you time in submission.
Reaching for Higher Ground, Common Read: ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK, by Piper Kerman
Construction for the new Makerspace and ScholarSpace began September 2nd, 2015 and is still underway. These projects were made possible through two separate grants, Roy J. Carver Charitable Trust and McElroy Trust. These spaces will be a great addition to the Rod Library.
Rod Library is proud to present artwork by UNI student Devon Mettlin on the Learning Commons Exhibition Wall during the month of December.
Rod Library’s Diversity Committee is hosting the first “Diversity Means…” art exhibit during February 2016. UNI Students, faculty, staff and community are invited to submit entries to the student juried show.
The theme is interpretive to the title, “Diversity Means…”. Artists are encouraged to submit a personal narrative about their artwork.