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Temporary Food Trial in the HBLL

(January 22, 2010)- With a suspicious look in their eye, students across campus try to carefully smuggle  in their donuts and dots, past the wary eye of security. However, they can now discard their sly ways as the Harold B. Lee Library is sponsoring a temporary snack zone experiment  in designated areas of the library. …

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Watch Johnny Lingo on Byugle

The LDS film Johnny Lingo is in the news today. If you are on the BYU campus you can watch the film through Byugle, the library’s streaming video service.

“Christmas Stories: 19th century picture books”

Special Collections will be exhibiting some delightful Christmas-themed picture books from 19th century America and England to commemorate the holiday season. This small exhibit is located in the Special Collections Lobby on level 1 in the Harold B. Lee Library and will be on display from Dec. 8, 2009 – Jan. 1, 2010 during the …

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Video Contest-Sparky Awards

UPDATE (November 2009): View our top SPARKY entries. More Sharing, More People, More Ideas http://moresharingmorepeoplemoreideas.blogspot.com Pinned Down by the Dark http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3U85asWtEns Buildings http://benjaminvideoproductions.com/sparky.php Information Lessons:  Jerk http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rm9WaQMtlXw Clueless Discovery http://vimeo.com/6223728 It’s Good to Share www.et.byu.edu/~rezyh/sparky/share.html (Provo, Utah, June 16, 2009) – The SPARKY Awards are coming up soon. The short video contest, which promotes the …

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Student Employee to Intern at the Library of Congress

Karen Glenn, an archival assistant in L. Tom Perry Special Collections, will spend part of the Summer as an intern at the Library of Congress through the Junior Fellows Summer Internship Program. This is a very competitive program, and Karen is one of the first BYU students to participate. Karen found out about the internship …

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Professor Murray Pittock of the University of Glasgow

Professor Murray Pittock of the University of Glasgow will speak on Robert Burns in Global Culture at 3:00 pm Monday, April 6 in the library auditorium. Murray Pittock is the Bradley Professor of English Literature and Associate Dean.

Printing and Copying in 2009

The library is making changes to our printing and copying systems. We are installing new copiers that provide free scanning to e-mail. We are also adjusting our prices for printing. From now on the cost for black & white printing will be 7 cents and color printing will be 28 cents. This is a slight …

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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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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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Good News for Graduate Students

Graduate Students can now use the FACULTY DELIVERY button on an item record to request the retrieval and hold-for-pickup of Harold B. Lee Library books. The library also offers graduate students electronic document delivery of our periodicals. When graduate students request a book or a document they will receive an e-mail when it is ready …

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