Information Literacy Guides

Do you want to learn more about how to use the library and the internet effectively to do research?

Do you want yours students to learn more about how to use the library and the internet effectively to do research?

Check out our information literacy guides.


Labor Day Weekend Hours

The Dulaney-Browne Library will have reduced hours for all of Labor Day Weekend. Saturday hours will be reduced to 10 am to 6 pm. Sunday hours will be 1 pm to 9 pm, and the library will be closed on Monday, September 3rd.

The Leichter Listening Library will keep its regular Sunday hours (3 pm to 7 pm) on Sunday, September 2nd, but will also be closed on Monday, September 3rd.

As always, online resources will continue to be available during the reduced holiday hours.

Book Sale (and Game Night)

The Back to School Book Sale is in full swing. We served snow cones and moved some of the books to the sidewalk for the organization fair today from 11 am to 2 pm, but we still have books. Check out the library’s Facebook page for summer reading from some of our snow cone customers. You can continue to browse book sale books on the first floor and fourth floor through August 31st.

browsing the library sidewalk book sale

If you missed the free food on Sunday and Monday and are feeling left out, plan to drop by for Game Night Friday after the library closes (8 pm to midnight) for snacks, video games, board games and a Mario Kart tournament.

Sundae Sunday

Join us Sunday, August 19th at 3:00 p.m. to celebrate the new school year and learn more about the library at our annual Sundae Sunday event. Join us for a guided tour or take the shorter self-guided tour to get to the ice cream faster. If you cannot visit in person, you can view video tours of library spaces and online resources or read the library services guide online.

Sundae Sunday August 19th @ 3 pm

Follow the clues on Sunday, August 19, 2012 at 3 pm for a fun mini-tour of the library complete with a make it yourself sundae bar. More detailed guided tours of the library will also be available for new students and anyone else interested in an overview of library services and resources. Other upcoming events to welcome new faculty, students, and their parents include lunch and orientation for new faculty and parent information sessions on Tuesday August 14th, the meet the author event with OCU Reads author Novella Carpenter (8/17), a sidewalk book sale with free snow cones on Monday 8/20, and Game Night on 8/24.