Monthly Archives: July 2011

Hesburgh Libraries Mobile Services

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More Books to consider……

What should I Do with My Life? The true story of People Who Answered the Ultimate Question by Po Bronson Life: Is What You Make It -Find Your Own Path to Fulfillment by Peter Buffett Showing Up for Life: Thoughts … Continue reading

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Books to Read: A Pilot Project for Academic Year 2011-2012

The Hesburgh Libraries and Multi-Cultural Student Services Programs office is pleased to present the following books:  The Tortilla Curtain by T.C. Boyle The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao by Junot Diaz The Hesburgh Libraries is partnering with the Multi-Cultural … Continue reading

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Are You Information Literate?

Most people are amazed at the information that’s available on the internet.  As a result, we are often unprepared for the huge numbers of available resources and the unsorted unrevaluated mass of information available at the press of a button.  Being … Continue reading

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Some really AMAZING videos to view and reflect on with your students

New Spice: Study Like A Scholar Scholar: Brigham Young University Libraries: A Vision of  Clark College Students Today: The Machine is Us/ing Us (Final Version): Evolution Web 1.0, Web 2.0 to Web 3.0: Did You Know 4.0: … Continue reading

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Attn: Notre Dame Faculty who Teach First Year Students!

The Hesburgh Libraries has a vast array of Information Resources that Elizabeth and I would like to introduce to your first year students.  Consider scheduling a Library Instruction session to be held in one of our library instruction classrooms.  I have … Continue reading

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Welcome Class of 2015!

Welcome to the The First Year @ the Library Blog! I especially want to welcome the Undergraduate Class of 2015! There are many opportunities for First Year Students to engage the Hesburgh Libraries as your primary resource for information during … Continue reading

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