From Monday, March 13, to Friday, March 17, the library will be OPEN 8am-4:45pm.
The library will be CLOSED Saturday, March 11; Sunday, March 12; Saturday, March 18; and Sunday, March 19.
For a complete list of hours, please go to http://library.ccsu.edu/calendar/month.php.
Enjoy the break!
The Elihu Burritt Library Research Awards recognize excellence in undergraduate and graduate research papers/projects as well as skill and creativity in the application of library services, resources and collections. A prize of $350 will be awarded to an undergraduate and graduate student during the 2017 spring semester at the University Research and Creative Achievement (URCAD). *Please note that for graduate students, this applies to class assignments and not the final program thesis/project.
To be eligible, applicants must:
- Be enrolled during the spring 2017 semester as a Central Connecticut State University student at any class level or discipline/major.
- Have completed their research paper or project for a credit course during the spring, summer, or fall semesters in 2016.
- Agree that the paper or project and application materials will become property of Elihu Burritt Library and may be publicly displayed in the library and/or library website.
Link to application: http://library.ccsu.edu/services/award/application.php
For more information please, contact Susan Slaga-Metivier at email@example.com.
Application packets will be due on March 20, 2017.
Meet William J. Mann the author of The Wars of the Roosevelts: The Ruthless Rise of America’s Greatest Political Family
Tuesday, March 7, 2017 at 7:00 p.m.
Special Collections, Elihu Burritt Library, 2nd floor
William J. Mann, is ’84 CCSU alumnus and a historian of the American film industry and the American presidency. He’s written several biographies and narrative nonfiction, including Tinseltown: Murder, Morphine, and Madness at the Dawn of Hollywood, for which he received the 2015 Edgar Award for Best Fact Crime. In the 1990s he was editor of Metroline, Connecticut’s LGBT newsweekly, and is currently an adjunct Professor of History at CCSU.
The author will be signing copies of the book. Reception following.
The lecture is sponsored by the Friends of the Library and is free and open to the public. Free parking on campus.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. We thank you for your patience!
The library will close at 6pm today, Tuesday, Jan. 31, due to inclement weather,
Please be safe, and take care!
Training and information sessions on new CentralSearch library system!
Burritt Library 2nd floor classroom # 205
12:00 – 1:00 PM
Tuesday Jan.31st and Wednesday, Feb.1st
Bring your lunch and learn more about:
- Searching for materials
- Submitting materials for Course Reserves
- Making plans for library instruction
- Request materials from other campuses
- Bring any concerns and questions you might have regarding the new system
For additional information please email: elihuburrittlibrary @ccsu.edu
The Suffragist, a journal conceived by Alice Paul (1885-1977), an American suffragist, feminist, and women’s rights activist is on display in the Library, 2nd floor, until January 26.
Alice Paul was the main leader and strategist of the 1910s campaign for the Nineteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution which prohibits sex discrimination in the right to vote.
It was launched on November 15, 1913 as the official organ for her Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage.
Rheta Childe Dorr (1866-1948) was listed as its first editor, and its focus was to lead the charge for a Federal Amendment, subordinating all other issues to this goal.
The Suffragist often used a front-page cartoon, drawn by Nina Allender (1873-1957), whose drawings were to have considerable impact.
When the Congressional Union evolved into the National Woman’s Party in 1916, The Suffragist came along, and continued to be a powerful voice for suffrage throughout the war.
It ceased publication after the passage of the Federal Amendment in 1920.
The journal is available in Special Collections, 2nd floor of the Library.
As many have noticed, we now have new CentralSearch that will be taking the place of our old CentralSearch and CONSULS. Library staff are working hard to get the new system to provide the same services that CONSULS has provided faculty, staff, and students for many years. We had hoped to be able to provide faculty and staff more time to make the necessary adjustments to your courses but unfortunately the timeline for the implementation was such that we were unable to do it before the semester begins.
Please be on the look out for more information about CentralSearch and the new systems development as we are making plans to conduct user focus groups and finding other ways to reach out to faculty, staff, and students for feedback and suggestions to improve the user experience. We will also be making plans to provide training sessions to help everyone through the transition to the new system.
- Please submit your materials for Course Reserves as soon as possible so that we can make every effort to make them available before the start of classes.
- As you are making plans for library instruction, please make sure to mention to library staff any concerns or questions you have about CentralSearch so that they can be addressed before the instruction session.
- Continue to use Interlibrary Loan (ILLiad) to request any materials that are not available here at CCSU, a formal announcement will be made when the Request functionality in CentralSearch has been fully implemented. Materials will continue to be sent from the other campuses with the same turnaround time of approximately three days.
- If you are having an issue and would like to report a technical issue with CentralSearch or any of our eResources, please submit it through this link: http://ccsu.libanalytics.com/tw.php?i=721&d=478&w=347
- You can find the link to enter a technical support ticket can be found at the bottom of the library website.
- **ALSO OF NOTE, there is a new sign in to authenticate users:
CCSU users will be prompted to authenticate (access resources from off-campus, view library account, etc.) with the following screen:
- To sign in, use your BlueNet username and append @ccsu.edu to it. Your password will be your current BlueNet password.
Please let us know what we can do to help you!
eResources: Kristin D’Amato (x22074) or Sarah Lawson (x22076)
CentralSearch: Sharon Clapp (x22059)
Course Reserves: Jamie Ortiz (x23406) or Kim Farrington (x23403)
“My Library Account”: Kim Farrington (x23403)
Any other questions: Dana Hanford (x22058)
**Access has been restored***
Please note** as of 10 a.m. we are having difficulty with off-campus access of our library electronic resources.
Please follow the instructions below to access library resources until access can be restored.
- Go to apps.ccsu.edu
- Log on to the citrix server with your bluenet credentials
- Choose the “IT” folder
- Choose the “desktop-lib” icon from the menu
This will allow you to use the library resources as if you are on-campus.
If you have any questions, please call 860-832-2060 or email: email@example.com
We thank you in advance for your patience.
Starting Tuesday, January 17, the library will be open Monday-Thursday, 8am-10:45pm; Friday, 8am-4:45pm; Saturday, 9am-3:45pm; and Sunday, 2pm-9:45pm.
Please note that the library will be CLOSED on President’s Day Holiday – Feb. 18 & 19. It is also closed on Spring Break (3/13-19) and for the Good Friday holiday (4/14-16).
For a complete list of hours, please go to http://library.ccsu.edu/calendar/month.php. The overall CCSU Academic Calendar can be downloaded from https://www.ccsu.edu/calendar/index.html.
Have a great semester!