Finals Week, Fall 2018

It’s Finals Week, Flyers.  We know how stressful that can be.  We wanted to share with you some tips on how to de-stress during finals, courtesy of the website “Sara Laughed”: http://saralaughed.com/10-ways-to-stay-calm-and-reduce-stress-during-finals/ She has some great tips from unplugging your devices to getting enough sleep to getting out and taking a walk.  Take care of yourselves, Flyers.  

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WANT YOUR OWN STUDY ROOM DURING SUPER STUDY? ENTER OUR CONTEST!

  This semester during Super Study*, get the VIP treatment from the Lewis University Library: win your own study room on the day of your choice (plus a gift basket of swag, snacks, and study supplies). Follow us @lewisulibrary on Instagram and Twitter and watch for our official contest announcement. There are two ways to enter: Retweet the official contest announcement (Twitter) Like the official contest announcement photo (Instagram) Do

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Native American Heritage Month

For the month of November, the library will be celebrating Native American Heritage month!  Heritage month was established in 1994 by former President George H. W. Bush as a way to recognize the contributions of American Indians.  The month is a time to celebrate traditions and historiography and acknowledge the impact of Native peoples.  Heritage Month is an excellent opportunity

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Open Access Week

This week is Open Access Week in library land…and all across the land really.  Open access sources are extremely important to research.  Not only are they free, but they also allow the free spread of ideas that research fields need to prosper. Here at the Lewis Library, our amazing library Kelly Plass has put together a research guide to help

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Banned Books Week

Banned Books Week is always the last week of September.  It is a week that celebrates the freedom to be able to read whatever you choose.  In today’s society, books are being banned more due to issues of diversity.  James La Rue, Director of the American Library Association’s Office for Intellectual Freedom states, “there’s been a shift toward seeking to

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