Archive: 2023

Study Break

The library has a long tradition of providing study breaks for students who have spent many hours in the library preparing for finals and finishing papers. Some of the Help Desks provide fun break activities and for those looking for an opportunity to stand up and explore the library we have installed our Pong game …

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November 2 & 3: The A. Dean Larsen Book Collecting Conference

Registration is now open for the 2023 A. Dean Larsen Book Collecting Conference. Don’t miss this opportunity to see rare and unusual books. Learn about books and book collecting. Enjoy a morning of hands-on activities. Sign up here:  

October 30, Karin Wulf, Professor of History, Brown University, Director & Librarian of the John Carter Brown Library

Karin Wulf: Professor of History, Brown University, Director & Librarian of the John Carter Brown Library Monday, 30 OCT, 2:00 PM | Alice Louise Reynolds Auditorium , HBLL 1080 Wilford Woodruff at the Crossroads of American Genealogy: Wilford Woodruff was both archetype and exception, inheritor of a deep genealogical tradition, and innovator of genealogy’s American …

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The Waters of Mormon, Thursday, October 12

The Waters of Mormon is a concert film of songs on Book of Mormon texts. 7:30 pm, Thursday 12 October 2023 Reynolds Auditorium, 1160 HBLL   Film by Scott Cook Music by Christian Asplund Featuring: Mark Ammons Kevin Anthony Rob Brandt Kristine Haglund Melissa Heath Michael Hicks Rex Kocherhans Kate Monson Sonja Poulter Steve Ricks …

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Library Film Series Fall Schedule

Join us each month for a classic film. Films start at 7:00 pm in the Alice Louise Reynolds Auditorium on level 1. Admission is free.   September 22 To Catch A Thief 1955 Cary Grant and Grace Kelly star in the story of a retired burglar who is accused of returning to a life of crime. The …

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Mike Caulfield, Research Scientist at the University of Washington, September 21

Join us on Thursday Sep 21st 11 a.m. Wilkinson Center Varsity Theater where Mike Caulfield, Research Scientist at the University of Washington will present, “It’s not misleading content, it’s misrepresented evidence.” When it comes to misinformation, there are a slew of related terms — is something deceptive? Misleading? Superficially true? And what does it mean, exactly, …

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New Library Department Chairs

The library congratulates two new department Chairs. Their terms began on July 1, 2023. Leanna Fry, Instructional Design Librarian Department Chair, Instruction   Mike Goates, Life Sciences Librarian Department Chair, Science & Engineering   The library also thanks the following reappointed department chairs for their willingness to continue serving: Myrna Layton, Performing Arts Librarian Department …

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Library Delivery for BYU Staff

The library is announcing new features and services. First, the library’s delivery service is expanding to include BYU staff beginning July 17th. BYU faculty and staff can have library items and interlibrary loan items delivered to their department office. When you have finished using items just fill out a pick-up request form and the library …

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Save the Date: October 5 is Library Quest

Harken all BYU Students! A fearsome dragon has overtaken the fair kingdom of Libraria. Come Join guilds, complete quests, and earn gold to help slay the dragon at this year’s   Library Quest! Experience the adventure on Oct. 5 from 6-9 pm. Admission is free and all students are welcome. Get the latest news on …

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