Archive: 2008

Library on the go!

If you have a mobile device with web access we have a library web page just for you. Visit You can search using ScholarSearch, you can find our hours, and you can even check your account. Remember, we’re more than the Internet…we’re a library!

New Library Tools

The library has a collection of new tools to help you. We are beta testing our new web site. We have a new streaming video service called Byugle. And we have a new Facebook page named “The Harold B. Lee Library” to keep you informed of library news and events.

Because the world is our campus you’ll need some good maps

One level 2 of the library, around the corner from the Science desk, is the map library. The librarians in this area can provide you will an amazing variety of maps. They have flat paper maps, atlases, and globes. What many people don’t know is that they have a large collection of wall maps. These …

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New Special Collections Site

The L. Tom Perry Special Collections has upgraded their web site to help visitors access their collections and learn more from the curators. The new site located at lets users interact with curators through their blogs, search the collection online, subscribe to RSS feeds for news on events and new acquisitions, and it provides …

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New Juvenile Literature Blog

The new HBLL Juvenile Literature Blog is designed to  keep students and faculty informed about  upcoming literary events, recommended websites, homework help tips, and new resources.   To find the site, click on Find Articles, go to the Juvenile Literature Subject Page under Find Databases By Subject,  and click on  Juvenile Literature Library Blog.   Elementary education …

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Creepy Seasonal Entertainment @ The Library

Thanks to Robert Maxwell in the cataloging department for this fun guide to holiday research! It’s time for a reminder about how to find creepy entertainment appropriate to the season in your favorite library! From the Library home page click on Find Books, then Search the library catalog. Click on Alphabetic Search In the search …

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Library Events Include Lectures, Literature, and Invaders from Mars!

This October the Harold B Lee library offers lectures and films dealing with a wide range of subjects. The highly regarded House of Learning Lecture Series features lectures on current topics delivered by the university’s top faculty. A new series of lectures organized by Mark Grover will look at the LDS Church in Latin America. …

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Byugle Brings Video To Your Computer

Byugle Now Available to Students and Faculty What is Byugle? Byugle is a powerful new media player that allows universal campus access to videos needed for educational purposes. Byugle makes media access easy and efficient for faculty and students and unlike other products does allow full screen viewing. Byugle can be accessed by going to …

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MEGI Blog Wins National Award

The library’s Management, Economics and Government Information (MEGI) librarians have been posting a blog for some time now. We are happy to announce that American Library Association has chosen the MEGI blog from a field of 360 as the one that best reflects expertise in public relations and marketing. You can see the blog by …

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New World War II Website

A new library website features the content of the library’s recent exhibit Remembering World War II: Pearl Harbor and Beyond. The exhibit was one of the most popular in the library’s history and the library wanted a system to allow public access to the materials while preserving unique and delicate artifacts.