Finals are almost here, are you ready? Booth Library has some fun things to offer during finals week.
Extended Booth Library hours:
Saturday, April 30th from 9:00am-9:00pm
Therapy Dogs, Library Quad:
Monday, May 2nd and Tuesday, May 3rd from 2:00-6:00pm
Popcorn & Lemonade, Library Atrium Bridge:
Monday, May 2nd at 7:00pm
Booth Library has several books available to help with stress management. Find these stress busting books in the library stacks, grab some colored pencils and find your zen!
Do-it-Yourself, mashups and remix culture can be found in any kind of creative activity. Check out these books and magazines from Booth’s collections and be inspired yourself!
Frauenfelder, Mark. Made By Hand: My Adventures In The World Of Do-it-yourself. New York, N.Y : Portfolio / Penguin, ©2011.
call number: GF78 .F73 2011x
Levine, Faythe. Handmade Nation: The rise of DIY, art, craft, and design. New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2008.
call number: TT23 .L487 2008
Make: Technology On Your Time. Sebastopol, CA : O’Reilly Media, 2005.
call number: T1 .M124
Amerika, Mark. Remix The Book. Minneapolis : University Of Minnesota Press, 2011.
call number: PS3551.M37 R46 2011
Gaylor, Brett, Mila Aung-Thwin, Kat Baulu, Germaine Y. G. Wong, Daniel Cross, Ravida Din, Sally Bochner, Mark Ellam, Tony Asimakopoulos, Olivier Alary, Talk Girl, Lawrence Lessig, Cory Doctorow, Gilberto Gil, and Marybeth Peters. Rip!: A Remix Manifesto. New York, N.Y.: Disinformation, 2009. (DVD)
Lanier, Jaron. Who Owns The Future? New York: Simon & Schuster 2013.
call number: HC79.I55 L365 2013
Dobush, Grace. Crafty Superstar: Make crafts on the side, earn extra cash and basically have it all. Cinncinatti, Ohio, 2009.
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Frauenfelder, Mark. Made By Hand: Searching for Meaning in a Throwaway World. New York: Portfolio, 2010.
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Frauenfelder, Mark. Rule The Web: How to do anything and everything on the Internet–better, faster, easier. New York: St. Martns Griffin, 2007.
call number: TK5105.875.I57 F7697 2007
Smith, F. Seymour. Know-how Books: An Annotated Bibliography Of Do It Yourself Books For The Handyman And Of Introductions To Science, Art, History, And Literature For The Beginner And Home Student. New York: Bowker 1957.
call number: Z7911 .S6
OK, we are a little late with this one, but isn’t it always a good time to celebrate women’s history? The staff in Library Technology services has curated a great list of media supporting Women’s History Month. All items are on display on the 4th floor.
Author Gene Luen Yang will serve as Honorary Chair of National Library Week (April 10-16). Gene is a graphic novelist who was recognized by the Library of Congress as the 2016-2017 National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature. His books often look at themes such as acceptance and culture from a young person’s perspective. His first graphic novel, American Born Chinese, about a boy struggling to fit into a new school, was the first graphic novel to be a finalist for the national book award.
Many of Gene’s books, and other graphic novels and books about comics are on display at Booth in the 3000 corridor. Check them out below!
Booth Library has events planned to help celebrate National Library Week:
Week of September 13 - September 19
Sunday: 12pm - 12am
Monday: 8am - 12am
Tuesday: 8am - 12am
Wednesday: 8am - 12am
Thursday: 8am - 12am
Friday: 8am - 5pm
Saturday: 9am - 5pm