Thursday, May 19, 2016

Summer Library Hours (5/23 - 9/5)


McIntyre Library's summer hours session hours (May 23-August 5) are as follows:
  • 8 am - 6 pm, Monday - Friday
  • CLOSED on Saturday & Sunday
The library is closed on Monday, May 30 for Memorial Day and Monday, July 4 for Independence Day and will close early, at 4:30 pm, on June 10 (last day of interim) and August 5 (last day of summer classes). 

When no classes are in session (August 8 - September 5) the library will be open:
  • 8 am - 4:30 pm, Monday - Friday
  • CLOSED on Saturday and Sunday
The library will be closed on Monday, September 5 for Labor Day and open on Tuesday, September 6 for the start of the fall 2016 semester.

Monday, May 09, 2016

Finals Week Therapy Dogs

McIntyre Library will be hosting therapy dogs the week before and of finals.
Pre Finals Week:
  • Wednesday, May 11
    • 10-11:30 am: Meet Luna the Yellow Lab & Fran the Yellow Lab Mix
    • 5-6 pm: Meet Yoda, Flash, Spud and Ellie the Border Collies
  • Friday, May 13
    • Noon-1 pm: Meet Luna the Newfoundland
 Finals Week:
  • Sunday, May 15
    • 2:30-4 pm: Meet Ziva the Australian Kelpie & Genevieve the Blue Heeler, Charlie the Cocker Spaniels
  • Monday, May 16
    • 3-4 pm: Meet Seeker & Racy the Shelties
  • Tuesday, May 17
    • 5:30-6:30 pm: Meet Bella & Kelsey the Golden Retrievers
  • Wednesday, May 18
    • 10-11 am: Meet Beau the Flat Coated Retriever
    • 11-11:30 am: Meet Coco the Golden Retriever
    • 6-7 pm: Meet Fritz the Tibetan Terrier
    • 7-8 pm: Meet Luna the Newfoundland
This blog post will be updated if any new therapy dogs are added during the coming days.

Thursday, May 05, 2016

Pancakes with Chancellor Jim (5/16, 8-10 pm)

As a special finals week treat, Chancellor Jim, library staff, and other guests, will be making freshly flipped pancakes for all UW-Eau Claire students studying for finals in McIntyre Library on Monday, May 16 from 8-10 pm.  Best of all, it's entirely free!

Monday, May 02, 2016

Pre-Finals and Finals Week Hours (5/8 - 5/22)

McIntyre Library will be extending its hours the week before and of finals (5/8-5/22). The hours are as follows:

Sun. (5/8): 11:00 am - 1:00 am
Mon. (5/9): 7:00 am - Open 24 hrs.
Tue. (5/10): Open 24 hrs.
Wed. (5/11): Open 24 hrs.
Thu. (5/12): Open 24 hrs.
Fri. (5/13): Open until Midnight
Sat. (5/14): 7:30 am - Midnight

Sun. (5/15): 7:30 am - Open 24 hrs.
Mon. (5/16): Open 24 hrs.
Tue. (5/17): Open 24 hrs.
Wed. (5/18): Open 24 hrs.
Thu. (5/19): Open 24 hrs.
Fri. (5/20): Open until 7 pm
Sat. (5/21): CLOSED

Sun. (5/22): CLOSED 

Thursday, April 07, 2016

MiniConferences with a Librarian April 11th - 22nd













The Research Center is holding MiniConferences with a librarian or peer research consultant to help you with your research project or paper!

Sign up online for a one-on-one 20-minute appointment with a McIntyre Library research expert. We are offering appointment times during the weeks of April 11th - 15th and April 18th - 22nd, including evening hours on Monday and Thursday nights of both weeks.


Appointments will be held at the Research Center, next to the Information Desk on the first floor - check in at the Information Desk under the "Ask Me" banner.

(For other weeks, appointments can be requested by emailing library.reference@uwec.edu or using the consultation form.)

Wednesday, April 06, 2016

Eau Claire's Cave Poetess Discussion (April 12 at 4 pm)

McIntyre Library is happy to celebrate National Library Week with a special event from Dr. Stephanie Farrar on April 12 at 4 pm in McIntyre Library's Special Collections & Archives on the library's 5th floor. 

Dr. Farrar will be discussing an undated handwritten booklet of 81 poems from the early-twentieth-century by a woman named Maud Phillips, who also published poetry in The Leader under the pen name Violet Leigh.  

While never a famous poet, Phillips gained considerable notoriety in her community, having been twice committed to a mental asylum against her will as a result of unconventional life choices including engaging in love affairs with married men and her decision to move her family into a cave beside the Eau Claire River.

This event is free and open to the public.

Monday, March 28, 2016

McIntyre Library Newsletter - Spring 2016






McIntyre Library just released Issue #83 of our newsletter, Off the Shelf 

Articles inside the newsletter include:
  • The redesign of the circulation desk 
  • McIntyre's Honors course: "Living in an Information Economy"
  • Miniconferences in Research & Instruction 
  • A gift of rare books donated to Special Collections & Archives
  • Our new student employee scholarship
  • And much more!


***In the newsletter's introduction from our Director, John Pollitz, there is information about the McIntyre Alumni Reunion Picnic to be held in Carson Park during Homecoming. This event is for all current and past employees, student employees, and librarians. Check out the article for more information and the link to a preliminary planning survey!


You can get your newsletter by clicking on the link above or using this link.  Enjoy!