NaNoWriMo starts on November 1st!
Come Write In @ BBC
in Hubert Library room 150 (just past Starbucks)
We now have trial access to Colonial America, an archive collection from Adam Matthew. This is a 5 module collection, with modules 1-3 available now.
Trial ends: November 16
Are you a Ravenclaw, Gryffindor, Slytherin, or Hufflepuff? Or perhaps you attended Beauxbatons or Durmstrang? Or perhaps you're a Muggle with an extensive knowledge of the wizarding world? Whatever the case is, we want you at our second annual BBC Library Fair! Come and learn what service the library offers, as well as what else is available at BBC. There will be prizes, games, crafts, snacks, and much more!
Special Collections and University Archives at FIU Libraries invite you to join us for Archive Day on October 20 to meet and greet archivists and librarians from around South Florida. Drop in anytime between 11:00am- 2:00pm.
This event will provide you the opportunity to:
You might have noticed that The New York Times (NYT) paper racks have been empty this semester. That’s because the NYT Readership Program has changed. FIU is now providing digital access to the paper to all students, faculty and staff.
The NYT Readership Program began in 2010 with the belief that free access to one of the world’s highest quality periodicals would help students stay informed and up to date on current events. Paper copies were available during the week at specific locations around campus.
Due to Hurricane Irma, several changes have been made to the Fall 2017 semester and Fall 2017-2018 mini-term. The fall semester has been extended by one week. The deadline for students to submit applications for graduation from September 15 to September 29. If you have any questions/concerns relating to the calendar, deadlines, classes, or disaster assistance, please contact 305.348.HELP or email@example.com.
Forgot your OneCard? No problem! Just visit library.fiu.edu/barcode and generate a digital barcode to scan through the turnstiles! It's really easy:
1. Visit library.fiu.edu/barcode
2. Sign in using your myFIU username and password
3. Scan through the turnstiles using your generated barcode
For assistance, please visit the Guest Services Desk.
The Green Library Listening Closely: Music Lecture Series. is returning for the fall 2017 semester!
Wednesday, August 30, 1pm, Tom Moore, FIU, "Brazilian Popular Music: Samba to Hip-Hop," GL 220