Stop by Miller Information Commons to see “We Remember September 11, 2001,” a display of books near the main desk commemorating the 10th anniversary of the World Trade Center attacks.
There are free buttons available at the front desk. They were made from books located here at the Champlain College Library. Feel free to grab one, and say hi.
Need a quick but healthy snack? Check out the new “Fresh Vending” machine in the tower room on the main floor of Miller Informations Commons! You will find a healthy mix of chips, snacks, yogurt, and — of course! — chocolate to choose from. The Fresh Vending system accepts cash, credit, and debit cards. Let […]Continue reading
New paint and carpet are coming to the main and 2nd floors of Miller Information Commons this summer! Both the main floor and the 2nd floor will be disrupted by these improvements, but the results will be worth the temporary inconvenience. Currently, the main floor is in progress, but computers and seating are available on […]Continue reading
In celebration of the Fourth of July, we have created a display of some wonderful books about our founding fathers and the U.S. Constitution. Books about George Washington, Ben Franklin, James Madison and Alexander Hamilton are on display at the Miller Information Commons circulation desk. What a great time of year to read about some […]Continue reading
Emerging Technologies Librarian Andy Burkhardt has been named Academic Library Blog winner in the Salem Press 2011 Library Blog Awards! Describing Andy’s blog, Information Tyrannosaur, the panel of judges wrote: “Whatever the topic–technology in the service of education, social media, information literacy, new approaches to old library problems–Andy’s posts always get to the heart of […]Continue reading
The library has closed early today, Thursday May 26, due to severe weather predictions, but we will reopen tomorrow morning at 8:30 am. We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you for your understanding of this decision.
Just a friendly reminder for students to return their library books, before they leave for the semester. We are open on Friday, April 29th until 9:00 p.m. We are closed on Saturday and Sunday, April 30th & May 1st. We will re-open at 8 a.m. on Monday, May 2nd.
Finally it is Spring time! What a great time of year to celebrate Poetry. April is National Poetry Month. The Miller Information Commons has an impressive collection of poetry. We have created a display of some wonderful poetry books in the Main Foyer of the building. If you have a minute stop by. Enjoy!
The Miller Information Commons’ “Meaningful Books” Series highlights Roland Palmer Tuesday, April 12th, 3:30-5:00 p.m. Miller Information Commons, Vista Room Join the Library in learning more about some of the books that have made a difference in Roland’s life. We hope you can join us! Refreshments will be served!