The Elihu Burritt Library is pleased to announce their OERs LCG pilot mini grant. The deadline for the $300 mini grant applications to be submitted for an OER-related project to be undertaken by a member of CCSU’s faculty is June 1, 2017.
Open Education Week is a celebration of the global Open Education Movement, which seeks to open up students’ access to educational materials, reducing or eliminating the cost of textbooks and improving learning outcomes.
To celebrate and start this important discussion on Open Educational Resources at CCSU, the first of several Open Educational Resources Learning Community Group workshops will take place this Thursday afternoon in the CTFD classroom at the library.
WHEN: EVERY THURSDAY FROM MARCH 30 – APRIL 27, FROM 3 – 3:45PM
CONTACT Digital Resources Librarian, Sharon Clapp email@example.com and Information Literacy Instructional and Assessment Librarian, Martha Kruy firstname.lastname@example.org .
The LCG includes a Blackboard shell and face-to-face meetings at the CTFD classroom on the library’s third floor on Thursdays from 3-3:45pm starting on March 30 through April 27th. Grants for conversion of courses to an OER basis will be available. To learn more, join us in the OER LCG.
There was an error in the overnight system-generated reports in our new library system and we have fixed it. We apologize for any confusion. If you have any questions or need help, please contact the Circulation desk at 860-832-3410 or email@example.com. We thank you for your patience!
The Connecticut State Universities and the Connecticut State Library, members of the CONSULS resource sharing consortium, will discontinue the “REQUEST’ service to share books and media between all 5 libraries as of early morning on Friday, December 23, 2016. This action is taken in advance of the transition to the new expanded CSCU 18-member consortium. Request services will return on January. 9, 2017.
IF you need materials that are in the CONSULS Consortium collections, but not by CCSU library, you should place orders with our Interlibrary Loan office, using ILLiad. This temporary solution will expire on January 9, 2017.
We expect that materials will be continued to be shipped via usual channel and that there should not be a marked difference in delivery time.
If you have any questions, please contact Sarah White, (860-832-3408) or Kim Farrington (860-832-3403), Head of Access Services.
Curious about the Valentine’s Day pipe-burst disaster that closed Elihu Burritt Library, and what we did during repairs? Want to know who draws those awesome whiteboard pictures in front of the Library entrance? Your professors keep telling you to use databases for your assignments – have you seen signs for the Library’s new Spotlight on E-Resources program?
Thank you to everyone who participated in yesterday’s Library Snapshot Day! It was a fun & fitting way to celebrate National Library Week for 2016. Check out these great photos (now on our Flickr stream) from the 65 visitors who joined us yesterday.
The library’s main system and catalog will be unavailable for about an hour beginning at 3:00 p.m. on Monday, March 14. We will keep you updated in the event of a change. Other online resources should be available. Our apologies, in advance, for any inconvenience this may cause you.
Library services, programs, and resources will be outlined at this Wednesday’s Here4U@CCSU Brown Bag Lunch in the library’s fourth floor classroom from noon-1pm. Light refreshments will be served. Everyone is welcome, feel free to bring your lunch with you.