Aside from recognizing National Library Week, Rod Library is celebrating Student Employee Appreciation Week as well! To celebrate, we’d like to recognize just one of our many student employees who keep Rod Library running smoothly day in and day out.
Nicole Schmitt's blog
National Library Week is here, and Rod Library is so excited to celebrate! This week is a time to celebrate the contributions of libraries across the nation and to promote library use and support. This year’s theme is “Libraries Lead,” and we would like to share with you many of the ways that Rod Library’s faculty and staff are leaders inside and outside of the library.
UNI Scholarworks, UNI's institutional repository reaches a milestone of 10,000 works with over 300,000 downloads.
UNI ScholarWorks highlights UNI faculty, staff and student success by collecting, preserving and making digital research and scholarly output more accessible. The repository contains articles, journals, image galleries, theses, dissertations, conferences, and much more.
Did you know that the Cedar Falls community boasts five best-selling writers, more than any other town in Iowa?
Without Rod Library’s dedicated student employees, the day-to-day operations of the library would not be possible. We wanted to take the time to recognize one of our outstanding student employees, who was just nominated for Student Employee of the Year.
Rod Library has so many fantastic student workers each academic year. We wanted to see what a few of our student workers have gone on to accomplish after their time at Rod Library!
In November, Rod Library conducted a survey of students to measure the impact that the library has on their experience and success as a student at UNI. The results are in, and they show that students are gaining a great deal from their experiences at Rod Library!
Rod Library houses thousands of rare, valuable, and delicate books, manuscripts, and institutional records that are available for students to use. Unfortunately, these valuable primary resources are underutilized by students because they can be difficult to find and can seem intimidating or confusing to beginning researchers.
What's great about the Rod Library website? What needs work? We're carrying out the first major redesign in four years, and need your input to ensure we're on the right track. Students, faculty, staff, and community members -- make your opinion count by taking our VERY brief survey. Entry deadline is March 2nd.