From August 3-27, the library will be open Monday-Friday, 8am-4:45pm, and closed Saturdays and Sundays. Stay cool after your summer classes and stop by for some friendly research help, Internet browsing, or simply a place to socialize and (literally) chill out. Enjoy the rest of your summer!
For our full listing of August hours, please go to http://library.ccsu.edu/calendar/month.php?year=2013&month=08.
The Burritt library is open Monday to Saturday. See hours for details.
Looking for a quiet place to study? Try the 4th floor reading room. It is the spot designated for quiet study!
Need help with your paper? Ask at the Reference Desk on the 3rd floor!
The library will be CLOSED Thursday, July 4, in observance of Independence Day. It will re-open Friday, July 5. Have a happy 4th of July!
Just a reminder that the library will be CLOSED Saturday, June 29, and Sunday, June 30. We resume our regular summer hours on Monday, July 1. Have a great weekend!
The library has just obtained trial access to the following Alexander Street Press collections, available until June 30th. If you have any comments, please let us know what you think!
Counseling and Therapy in Video: The largest and richest online collection of video available for the study of counseling, social work, psychotherapy, psychology, and psychiatric counseling. The wealth of video and multiplicity of perspectives in these collections allow students and scholars to see, experience, and study counseling in ways never before possible.
Counseling and Psychotherapy Transcripts: Counseling and Psychotherapy Transcripts, Client Narratives, and Reference Works is a searchable collection containing real transcripts of therapy and counseling sessions and first-person narratives illuminating the experience of mental illness and its treatment, as well as reference works to contextualize the primary material.
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Library Amnesty Day will be on Thursday May 2nd this semester so gather up all those forgotten library books and bring them on down to the library. NO OVERDUE FINES will be charged! That’s right, when your late books are returned this Thursday your existing fine on that item will be forgiven.
Contact the Circulation Desk for any questions at 860-832-3410.
You asked for it, and you got it! The library will be open one extra hour the following days from 8am-11:45pm:
Monday, Apr. 29
Tuesday, Apr. 30
Wednesday, May 1
Thursday, May 2
Monday, May 6
Tuesday, May 7
Wednesday, May 8
The library is open regular hours for any other days not listed. Good luck on Finals!
Therapy Dogs for Stress Relief
Join us on the 2nd floor of the Burritt Library for the great therapeutic effects of petting puppies!
We will have four trained therapy dogs visit us and help ease the stresses of final exams.
Meet the whole line-up:
Thursday, April 25th
3 p.m.: Gracie the Great Pyrenees!
5 p.m.: Jesse the Black Lab!
Monday, April 29th
4 p.m.: Angus the Belgian Tervuren
5 p.m.: Coco Chanel the Papillion!
The Burritt Library celebrates The Year of Italian Culture in the United States
The Elihu Burritt Library in cooperation with The Italian Resource Center
Invites you to a lecture and an exhibit
Friday, April 19, 2013 at 7:00 PM 2nd floor of the Burritt Library
Central Connecticut State University, New Britain
What Ever Happened to Sunday Dinner and Other Stories by Edward A. Iannuccilli
Dr. Iannuccilli is the author of the bestselling book: Growing up Italian, Grandfather’s Fig Tree and Other Stories and now his second book, What Ever Happened to Sunday Dinner and Other Stories. He is a former Chairman of the Board at Rhode Island Hospital, he is a Clinical Professor Emeritus at The Warren Alpert Medical School at Brown University. Dr. Iannuccilli is a graduate of Providence College and Albany Medical College.
The event will also feature an exhibit of rare publications related to Italian history and culture from the library’s Special Collections and from the Italian Resource Center.
The lecture is free and the public is cordially invited.
For directions to campus and parking information go to: http://www.ccsu.edu/visit
For more information please contact Special Collections at 860 832-2085 or 860 832-2086