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Thousands of volumes in Project MUSE are turned on this year - for free. At the end of the year, the library will purchase the most used titles.
So use Project MUSE often. Vote for your favorite titles by reading them.
Over the Summer of 2017 the Thrift Library underwent an extensive renovation affecting its facilities, collections, services, and even its mission.
- Reduced to 45 from 90.
- Some moved to remote storage, some to Art Department, some recycled. Most of this content is available online.
- Several thousand reference books were recataloged and moved upstairs to the General Collection. Many others were replaced by eBooks.
- Removed. However there are 6 student-use computers near the copy area.
- Moved to Johnston Building.
- Moved from basement of Thrift Building to second floor of Thrift Library
- Expanded from five to seven.
- Expanded from 23 to 49.
- Grew from 303 to 350. Mostly study cubicles.
- Six study rooms added to the first floor. Five study rooms and the Stovall Meeting Room removed from second floor.
s and moved in upstairs.
moved into the basement along with the and.
- While the preferred format now is eBooks, physical acquisitions are still important to keep the print collection up to date. The library's book collection is around 95,000. Its eBook collection is around 400,000.
Ever wondered what the strange PlumX Metrics graphic is in OneSearch? Click on it. It will tell you how often that article is used... and lots more.
MASTERCLASS WITH MENAHEM PRESSLER - BEETHOVEN, L. van: Piano Sonata No. 21, "Waldstein": I. Allegro con brio