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Librarian Offers Research Questions & Answers Weekly at Dunn-Richmond Center

The Student Innovation Incubator will be hosting SIU’s new social sciences librarian, Jordan Forbes, for two hours of research “questions and answers” every Monday at 2:30 p.m.

First Fridays @ Morris Features Marjorie Lawrence Opera Theater

“First Fridays Music at Morris Library,” a free lunchtime concert series open to the university community and the public, continues at noon on Feb. 7, in the library rotunda.

Sixth & Seventh Floors Completed

The Morris Library renovation begun in 2003 is finally complete. The outdated 1950s design has been re-imagined as a spectacular showplace for SIU and a center for students.

3D Printing Now Available at Morris Library

Through a generous loan by the non-profit organization New Blankets, Morris Library now has a Makerbot Replicator 2 3D Printer. This printer allows the user to create physical objects from digital models. All members of the university community and the public are encouraged to make use of this exciting technology.

Open House January 30th

Morris Library will host an open house on Thursday, January 30, from 3:00 - 4:30pm for people interested in seeing the newly completed sixth and seventh floors.

Trials of Two Psychology Databases Available

A trial of two databases on the EBSCOhost platform, PsycBOOKs and PsycTESTS, will run from until June 30, 2014. These titles are both available from the A - Z database list.

These resources are described by the publisher below.

New Content Available in Business Databases

We are pleased to announce that we now have access to additional components of the Mergent business databases.

Mergent Online

Morris Library 6th Floor Open January 13

Come see the NEW collaborative spaces on the 6th Floor of Morris Library!

Donations Sought for Reframing Project

Morris Library is seeking funds to reframe 4 pieces of art from our collection.

Edward S. Curtis Exhibit & Presentation

During Native American Heritage Month, Special Collections Research Center is celebrating Edward S. Curtis’s masterwork: The North American Indian.

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