Please pardon the disruption this afternoon while some of our ceiling level windows are replaced. The center of the library will be cordoned off for safety reasons during the replacement process.
The Mathematics Library announces amended hours for Spring Break:
March 7 - 8: CLOSED
March 9 - 13: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
March 14 - 15: CLOSED
We will resume normal Spring Semester hours on Monday, March 16.
(Don't forget that Daylight Saving Time begins on Sunday, March 8.)
For more information on holiday or break hours, see the Mathematics Library Hours page.
The next generation of Spartans wants to see your artwork in the library!
The MSU Libraries Student Art Competition will award two $500 prizes – one each to an undergraduate and a graduate student – and will acquire the winning artworks for display in the MSU Libraries. The competition is generously supported by the Irene B. Arens Endowment in Support of Student Arts in the MSU Libraries. Submit your work by 5 pm on Monday, March 16, 2015.
Questions? Contact Terrie Wilson, Art Librarian, firstname.lastname@example.org.
TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design), or "Ted Talks," are conferences presented by the private non-profit Sapling Foundation, and have been bringing "Ideas Worth Spreading" to the stage for over 26 years.
Past TED speakers have included many Nobel Prize winners, Bill Clinton, former UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown, Roger Ebert, Bill Gates, Jane Goodall, Al Gore, Bono, and Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin. (Listen to over 1,900 talks freely available on the Ted.com website.)
By obtaining free TEDx licenses, organizations can present TED-style, but independently organized events in their communities. Some of these talks are later selected for TED Talk videos.
TEDxMSU 2015: The Will, to be held March 4 at the Wharton Center, is an inaugural collaboration between members of the MSU community and the greater East Lansing community for the purpose of bringing our experiences and inspirations to center stage. Tickets ($5 for students with IDs) are available online at the Wharton Center.
The Breakfast Series, hosted by IT Services Learning Design and Technology (LearnDAT) is a way to keep abreast of emerging technology and gain exposure to a variety teaching strategies and techniques that foster student learning. The series enables faculty, staff, and guest speakers to demonstrate examples of effective practices in blended and online teaching and learning.
Breakfast Series Seminars are held three times a semester during the fall and spring on second Wednesdays of the month. Seminars run from 8:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. in the Main Library, 4th Floor, North Conference Room, West Wing.
Upcoming meetings include:
February 11: "The Libraries' Role in Connected Learning," MSU Librarians
March 11: "Online Learning Tools - A Connection for Deep Learning," IT Services Teaching & Learning staff
April 15: "Flipping a Course for Exploration," 2014 MSU AT&T Blend Blended Course winner Eva Kassens-Noor
For future announcements, sign up on LearnDAT's listserv.
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