Thursday, April 28, 2011

National Library Week Contest Winners

The NLW contest winner of the Nook color e-reader is David Ortiz.  The runner-up winner of the TI-84 Plus calculator is Yvette Wang.  David and Yvette came closest to estimating the metric weight of the two-volume Samuel Johnson Dictionary of the English Language.  The exact weight of the dictionary (displayed in the Special Collections Department of McDermott Library) is 12.51 kg.  Congratulations, David and Yvette!

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Library Hours During Finals

Spring 2011 Reading Days/Finals
Tue, May 3, 8amOPEN for 24 hours until
Fri, May 6, Midnight
Sat, May 79am – 8pm
Sun, May 8, NoonOPEN for 24 hours until
Wed, May 11, 9pm
Thu, May 128am – 5pm
Fri, May 138am – 6pm
Sat & Sun, May 14 & 15
CLOSED

Best of luck to everyone on your finals!

Friday, April 15, 2011

Emerald Journals Intermittent

Emerald Insight Journals online is experiencing technical problems today. Access to this service will be intermittent for our users.

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Cambridge Journals Online Intermittent

Due to problems with the update performed early this morning, Cambridge Journals Online is currently working on an intermittent basis, i.e., access to it is off and on.

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Cambridge Journals Online Down on 4/14

Cambridge Journals Online will be down for maintenance between 1:30am and 2:30am on Thursday, Apr. 14. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience to our patrons.

Thursday, April 07, 2011

Celebrate National Library Week (Apr. 10-16) - Adrienne McLean Lecture "Dying Swans & Madmen"

Dr. Adrienne L. McLean, professor of film and aesthetic studies at UT Dallas, will begin McDermott Library's National Library Week observance with a presentation based on her recent book. Drawing on a range of film genres from musicals to melodramas, Dr. McLean will explore the ways that commercial films, including the recent hit "Black Swan" (2010), have produced an image of ballet and its artists that is associated with joy, fulfillment, fame, and power, and also with sexual and mental perversity, melancholy, and death. Free and open to the public.
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