Library

September 2017


Banned Books Week Sept. 24-30: Words Have Power
Celebrate Banned Books Week, September 24-30, by joining the Journalism & Mass Communication Department and the Library as we host a Banned Books Read-Out in the Library Lobby on Wednesday, October 4 from 4:30-6:30pm.  Register now to guarantee a participation slot!
Need ideas? Go to the HSU Library's Banned Books Week website for more information including the link of most challenged books for 2016, videos, and infographics.  See the display in the wall case by the 1st floor restrooms running through October 2. Find a book on the list and Stand Up for Your Right to Read!
Friday, September 22, 2017 to Wednesday, October 4, 2017
You no longer need to go to the cashier's window to prepay for a replacement ID card!  The Library can charge your account so you can pay online or at the Student & Business Services Building at your convenience.
ID services are available at the Library Checkout Desk Monday-Friday 9am-9pm and weekends 12-9pm.
For more information, see the ID Services webpage.
Friday, September 15, 2017 to Wednesday, October 18, 2017
The Humboldt State University Library invites applications for a full-time, through May 28, 2018, temporary Instruction & Research Librarian to provide outstanding instruction and reference services. In collaboration with the Coordinator of Instruction and Reference and the Instructional Working Group, this position will provide creativity in the design and delivery of library programs designed to support undergraduate success. The emphasis of this position is to support serving the general education, freshman/sophomore courses, workshops, and international students. For more information , see General Reference/Instruction Librarian (Job #7227).
First review September 28, 2017.
Thursday, September 14, 2017 to Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Brain Booth area on 2nd floor
An area on the 2nd floor of the Library has been set up for the Brain Booth - an informal, experiential space to learn about the mind-body connection and optimize learning.  Studies have shown how important taking intentional brain breaks can have on students' academic success and now we have the space and tools to help with that.
In this space you will find FitDesks (exercise bikes with mounted desks allowing users to read or use a device while pedalling), books and DVDs of interest, meditation space, and areas to use equipment that can be borrowed from the Checkout desk.  Check out a biofeedback machine, virtual reality goggles, or light and sound therapy equipment to use in the Brain Booth area. Instructions are provided and people are encouraged to explore the area and contents.
Read more about the Brain Booth or contact Katia Karadjova for more information.
Wednesday, September 13, 2017 to Tuesday, October 31, 2017

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