Back in the fall, our Web Services Librarian, Mary Hanlin, left Reynolds to join the Peace Corps where she would be stationed in Uganda for two years. I recently got a chance to catch up with Mary through e-mail, and she was kind enough to grant me an interview for the blog. You can read … Continue reading Slowly by slowly: Lessons from Uganda
Over 200 students, faculty and staff attended the first Library Student Expo, held April 22 and 23 at the Downtown and Parham Road campus libraries. Through their instructors, students submitted assignments completed as part of their coursework. Items came from multiple disciplines, ranging from Biology to English to Middle college Projects included artwork, posters, sculptures, … Continue reading First Library Student Expo
Raise your hand if you can’t remember the last time you sat down and read a book for four hours straight? Don’t worry, we won’t look. Well now is your chance to finally make #timetoread. The National Book Foundation, Goodreads, Mashable, and Penguin Random House have partnered together to create National Readathon Day. The event … Continue reading Make #timetoread at Reynolds on National Readathon Day!
Think art can only be found in museums? Think again! The Google Street Art Project showcases and preserves dynamic outdoor art from around the world. See the outsider art—much of it illegal—before it disappears. The Google Street Art Project allows users to: Locate outdoor art in the wild with Google map integration Search by map, … Continue reading Google Street Art Project: More than Graffiti
Students, faculty, staff— join us for the USA vs. Belgium game on Tuesday, July 1 at 4:00. Both the Downtown and Parham Road campus libraries will be streaming the match as USA and Belgium play for a spot the quarter finals. Games will be shown in the libraries’ instruction room (Downtown 212, Parham 103J.) Join … Continue reading World Cup Fever! Watch USA vs. Belgium @ DTC and PRC Libraries
Where’s the big dipper? Is that the North Star, a planet…or just a plane? Would love to identify the constellations, but don't know where to start? The Planets is an interactive 3D guide to the sky for aspiring astronomers. Hold your mobile device up to the sky and see the map of the stars and … Continue reading Apps from the Stacks: Planets
Students, faculty, staff— join us for the USA vs. Germany game on Thursday, June 26 at 12:00. Both the Downtown and Parham Road campus libraries will be streaming the match as USA and Germany face off in the final game of Group E. Games will be shown in the libraries' instruction room (Downtown 212, Parham … Continue reading World Cup Fever! Watch USA vs. Germany @ DTC and PRC Libraries