Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Shaun King - Social Justice

Journalist and Black Lives Matter activist Shaun King visits the University of Redlands on Wednesday, September 27. He will speak at the Chapel at 6:00pm. He writes for, or has written for, the Daily Kos, the Daily News (New York), and recently joined the Fair Punishment Project.

Here are some resources available at the Armacost Library related to racism and social justice issues that Shaun may address while visiting us. Click on any image to see Armacost Library Primo access information.

Thursday, September 21, 2017

Banned Books Week 2017

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September 24 - 30 is Banned Books Week, a time in which we can celebrate our freedom to read! This year Banned Books Week focuses on the First Amendment and our right to read. Events planned include a lunch time Read-Out and a photo opportunity in the Armacost Library with your favorite banned book.

Banned Books Week events are sponsored by the Center for Diversity and Inclusion, Johnston Center for Integrative Studies, and Armacost Library.

Banned Books Read Out
When: Monday, September 26, 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Where: Outside the Irvine Commons
Members of the community will read from their favorite banned or challenged book. Stop and listen for a spell, or join in the freedom to read. Banned and challenged books will be available for perusal.

Banned Books Photo Op
When: All week
Where: Library entrance, 2nd floor
The Armacost Library will provide a backdrop for you to take a picture with your favorite banned books. Books will be provided. 

Wednesday, September 06, 2017

Bulldogs, Welcome back!

Welcome back everyone!

Well, let's face it, summer is over and classes have begun. Time to get cracking! If you find yourself distracted and in need of a quiet space, come on by and find a nook in Armacost Library to study.

We have a new search system this Fall, called Primo. You can learn some useful tips and tricks about Primo in a previous blog post: "Top Ten Things To Know About Primo."

While you're here, you might find yourself in need of some research help. Feel free to contact your subject librarian, via email, phone, or instant chat, for library or research-related questions. You can also make a research appointment with your librarian, or drop by during office hours just to say hello!

You might also be interested in our library hours, which are posted for the entire semester online here: Notice that the hours in red are the hours in which the Library building is open, and the hours in blue are when a librarian is around to help you.

If you're a newbie, remember that your student ID card is also your Library card. You can check out up to 25 physical items with it, including books, DVDs, LPs, and music scores. If you've forgotten all the things you've checked out, you can view a list of your loans in your Armacost Library account. You can also renew your books in your account.

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Last, if you're browsing the stacks for items you might get lost. Here's a map!