McIntyre Library [AND] the UW-Eau Claire Student Government Information Technology Commission (ITC) are happy to announce new charging station tables in the library’s 24 hr study area. These tables, which were purchased by the ITC using funds from student segregated fees, have built-in cords for powering cell phones and tablets of all types and 3-prong AC outlets for charging laptops or other items. Each table has four sets of power cords and AC outlets so that no matter where you sit, you won't have to fight with your peers to charge your device. Thank you ITC!
Monday, October 27, 2014
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
- Sunday, October 19th: 5-6 pm (Meet Yoda & Spud)
- Sunday, October 19th, 6-7:30 pm (Meet Moses)
- Monday, October 20th, 3:30-5 pm (Meet Luna)
- Monday, October 20th, 5:30-6:30 pm (Meet Twinkie)
- Tuesday, October 21st, 1:30-3 pm (Meet Libby)
- Tuesday, October 21st, 6-7:30 pm (Meet Moses)
- Wednesday, October 22, 1:30-3 pm (Meet Connor)
- Wednesday, October 22, 5:30-7 pm (Meet Tonka)
- Thursday, October 23, 2:30-3:30 pm (Meet Maddie)
Monday, October 06, 2014
The celebration honors emerita Professor Katherine Schneider for her work in setting up the award for authors whose books focus on the disability experience for child and adolescent audiences.
It will be held on the 2nd floor of the library in the Breezeway (L2022) and feature a speaker from the American Library Association, a 10th anniversary display, and hors d'oeuvres.
Support has been provided by McIntyre Library and the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Visiting Minority Scholars and Artists Program.
Monday, September 29, 2014
|Fall 2014 Off the Shelf Library Newsletter|
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Monday, August 25, 2014
McIntyre Library Tours
Beginning on Monday, September 8 and ending on Thursday, October 2, Library faculty and staff will conduct 30-minute McIntyre Library building tours, briefly describing services, assistance, and collections. Tour times are varied (see schedule following) and designed to meet the needs of a variety of students. While the tours are student-focused, we welcome others. No need to register--just meet at the times below in the 24 hour study outside the library entrance.
Tours answer questions such as:
- Where are magazines (or journals, books, DVDs, electronic articles, government documents, current newspapers, rare books, etc.)?
- What are the library hours?
- Where do I check out materials? How long may I keep them? How are books arranged?
- How do students reserve a group study room or check out a laptop or camera?
- How do I ask for help? (Chat, email, phone, and in person.)
- Does the library have scanners and photocopiers?
- Is there really an exercise room in the library?
- What's new in the library and on our web pages?
Tours will be conducted beginning on Monday, September 8 and ending on Thursday, October 2
- Mondays at 5:00 pm
- Tuesdays at 3 pm
- Wednesdays at 10 am
- Thursdays at noon
- No tours on Fridays
For more information about the tours, call the Reference Desk at 715-836-3858 or e-mail email@example.com. To schedule a library instruction session, contact your library liaison http://www.uwec.edu/Library/reference/Library-Instructional-Faculty.htm or use our online form http://www.uwec.edu/Library/reference/Schedule-a-Library-Class.htm
Thursday, August 21, 2014
McIntyre Library is happy to announce a new digital collection as part of Special Collections & Archives. The Jeanette Gaffney Miller Collection tells a broader story of student life at Eau Claire in the 1920s, and just like other digital collections available on the McIntyre Library's digital collections webpage, this new digital collection serves as an exciting and compelling way to experience UW-Eau Claire’s history as the University Centennial approaches in 2016.
Items from the Gaffney Miller Collection including student class schedules, university theater production programs, commencement programs, student speeches, and football tickets from the late 1920’s, are now available for all to view. This is a great opportunity for students, researchers, and the general public to experience a new understanding of Eau Claire’s past, and to observe more about the university in its modern standing.
To access the Jeanette Gaffney Miller Collection visit the Digital Collections website where you will find a link to it and other items in our online digital collection or this link will take you directly into the collection itself.