Tension Prevention week is back. Take a break from studying with these activities proven to relax and rejuvenate!
- Monday, Dec. 5: 5pm-close Art Therapy (coloring books, puzzles); 6pm-coffee & cookies
- Tuesday, Dec. 6: 2-3pm Coloring books with the CCSU Counseling Society; 3:30-4:30 Therapy Dogs
- Wednesday, Dec. 7: 3-4pm Jazz Guitar Ensemble; 3-5:30pm Therapy dogs; 5pm-close Art Therapy; 6pm coffee & cookies
- Thursday, Dec. 8: 2pm Elihu Burritt’s birthday party (with cake & a poetry reading – 2nd floor Special Collections)
Happy National Poetry Month!!! We will be celebrating the 20th anniversary of this event with our Spotlight Resource, Columbia Granger’s World of Poetry.
Don’t hesitate to contact us if you’d like a live demonstration of this database! We’d be happy to do one on one sessions or come to the classroom at your convenience.
In this month’s spotlight on electronic resources we’re featuring Issues and Controversies!
We will be offering webinars and live demonstrations later in the month of March. Information regarding the dates and times will be coming next week.****
****Update: If you were unable to make any of our live demonstrations and are interested in learning about this resource, we now have online tutorials available! Visit our Vimeo page to view!
If you’d like to request a special time for a demonstration for your class, please let us know in comments.
Please join us in the Burritt Library on Saturday, March 5th at 1 PM for engaging conversation with:
Paul Pirrotta, author of “Hartford Mayor Ann Uccello: A Connecticut Trailblazer”
Anthony Riccio, author of “Farms, Factories, and Families: Italian American Women of Connecticut”
Elihu Burritt Library, 4th floor
The event is sponsored by the Friends of the Library and the Italian Resource Center and is free and open to the public.
Refreshments will be served.
For more information contact Renata Vickrey at email@example.com or by calling 860 832-2085
Anthony V. Riccio
This months E-Resource Spotlight is on Mergent’s First Research Database. An invaluable research tool for delving into industry data. Have a look and see if you can finish the crossword!
If you’d like a tutorial or demonstration of this resource, please let us know in the comments!
The Trick or Treat E-Resources Fair is back at the Burritt Library this year and better than ever!
Visit us on Tuesday October 27th from 1-4 p.m. where you can get all of your Halloween candy and treats like cider and donuts, while you learn about the e-resources that the library has to offer. In addition, you have a chance to win great prizes, with a grand prize of a brand new KINDLE HD 8!!!
For full details on the event including a list of all the prizes, visit http://library.ccsu.edu/wp/trick-or-treat/.
You are invited!
The Friends of Burritt Library present
A CCSU SINATRA CENTENNIAL EVENT: THE TENDER TRAP
Thursday, 16 April 2015, 7:30 PM Torp Theatre, Davidson Hall
With a pre-film talk in the theatre at 7:00 PM
by Dr. Gilbert L. Gigliotti: “1955: Frank Sinatra’s Annus Mirabilis”
A reception precedes the talk at 6:30 PM in Davidson Hall 123
Free and open to the public
We will be starting up again this Fall semester and would like input from you! What times work best for you? Let us know by filling out the attached survey. And thanks for helping out!
For those interested, until we decide on a permanent date, Stitch N’ Bitch will take place on the first floor of the library from 1:30 to 2:30 on Wednesday afternoons.
Come on down to the 1st floor of the Burritt Library on Wednesdays for knitting, crocheting, and any other craftiness you would like to do. We will start at 1:30 and end at 2:30. If you don’t know how, we’re happy to help. If you have any questions, please email Sarah or Arianna.
FREE BOOKS! What could be better than that?
Looking for something to read? Do you have a great book that you want to pass around? Come to the 2nd floor of the Burritt Library and check out the new Bookcrossing area. Comfy seating and a relaxed atmosphere for browsing titles is provided, and if you find a book you’d like to read, go ahead and take it with you! And if you have a book you’d like to donate, go ahead and leave it for someone else.
Each book is tagged with a number so that you can track that books journey. Simply go to Bookcrossing.com and enter the number to see where each book has traveled.