Rod Library staff are eager to assist with research questions/assignments and help you make use of library resources. The Information Desk, located on the main floor of the library, is staffed by student assistants during almost all hours that the library is open. Librarians are available during select hours at the nearby Research Help Desk to consult on more complex questions as well as by appointment. Liaison librarians are assigned to each academic department. You may also contact us via phone, email, text, or live chat for any of your research questions.
Make your first impression count! Stop by the Learning Commons in Rod Library on Wednesday September 7 from 10:30 a.m.
On August 23rd at 7pm the UNI Museum will be hosting Rock the Stacks! a concert featuring local legends Twins, Peas and Carrot, and Kitsch. This concert will kick off our latest exhibit "Ballroom Bash: Iowa's Rock 'n' Roll Legacy." Stop by, rock out, and learn more about how Iowa has rocked through the decades.
We're excited to launch the latest updates to the Rod Library website! Here are the major changes to the user experience:
1. The login prompts have been removed from the homepage, as they were confusing to some users.
2. The Databases A-Z pages have been moved to their own separate website, for increased reliability and availability.
3. We created a new Student Employment Portal for processing new student job applications, and pushed all student employment content to that portal.
Dean Chris Cox accepted the 2016 ALA Gale Cengage Learning Financial Development Award on behalf of Rod Library in Orlando at the American Library Association National Conference this past week. The award is presented annually to a library organization for exhibiting meritorious achievements in carrying out a project to secure new funding resources for a public or academic library. Rod Library won this year’s award for creating a crowdfunding campaign and video for the Surface Hub last fall.
More than a new look and feel…. The UNI Museum is updating its webpage for the Center for the History of Rural Iowa Education and Culture. According to UNI Museum curator, Nathan Arndt, “Our primary goal is to make access to historical information and artifacts easier.
Two single occupancy gender inclusive restrooms are now available on the first floor of the library near the south stairs. The restrooms are located in rooms 135 and 136. In addition, one restroom also includes a baby changing station.