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FREE CREATIVE SOFTWARE, Part 1: OBS STUDIO

Noteworthy: The University Libraries Blog - Tue, 05/19/2020 - 10:47
Contributed by David Schmidt Are you waiting for campus to re-open and you’re looking for something positive to do while isolating? Why not learn new software? There are lots of great creative digital tools that are absolutely free, that you can do amazing things with! Have you ever considered creating your own Podcast? You can […]
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May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

Noteworthy: The University Libraries Blog - Mon, 05/18/2020 - 10:47
The month of May was designated as Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month in the U.S. in 1990 which recognizes the generations of Asians and Pacific Islanders who have contributed to and influenced America’s history, culture, and triumphs. Reading works of Asian American authors can broaden one’s perspectives on immigration experiences, issues of belongingness […]
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Loyola Libraries Summer Reading Bingo 2020

Noteworthy: The University Libraries Blog - Mon, 05/18/2020 - 08:30
Have you been filling a lot of your extra quarantine time with reading? Need an excuse to pick up a good book? Missing baseball and want a little reminder of having it in your life? If so, participate in The Loyola Libraries Summer Reading Bingo! Readers gain raffle entries by finishing books, getting a bingo, or […]
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Adjusting Reading Habits to New Study Spaces

Noteworthy: The University Libraries Blog - Fri, 05/15/2020 - 10:15
Contributed by Jane Currie Did you have favorite places for particular reading before you started taking all of your classes online? Did you tend to read on campus and at favorite spots nearby—philosophy on the third floor of the IC, sociology at a favorite coffee spot, or the New York Times website on your morning […]
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Virtual Celebration of Faculty Scholarship

Noteworthy: The University Libraries Blog - Wed, 05/06/2020 - 08:00
Each year Loyola University Libraries looks forward to showcasing the work of our faculty and inviting our campus community to view their publication successes. Due to the sudden campus closure, we were unable to have our physical event. We are grateful to our colleagues who submitted work to be featured at the celebration, and do […]
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Digital Historical Newspaper and Magazine Collections

Noteworthy: The University Libraries Blog - Thu, 04/30/2020 - 10:52
Contributed by Jane Currie We better understand the present when we can consider events with an awareness of the past. What could we learn about the 1918 flu pandemic in order to understand our own? University Libraries offers a broad and deep collection of newspapers and magazines from the past. The History Research Guide includes […]
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Stay Calm and Chill

Noteworthy: The University Libraries Blog - Tue, 04/28/2020 - 18:00
It’s hard to believe that finals are here. We know how stressful these days can be, but don’t worry. We’ve curated a list of ways you can relax before you head back to another round of studying. So sit back and chill for a while! Crafts Online Coloring Origami Wolf (go LU!) Tote bag from […]
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Find the Library at Your Place

Noteworthy: The University Libraries Blog - Fri, 04/24/2020 - 15:37
Lewis Library: Now & Then Each year, National Library Week occupies a time and space in April. Themes are chosen to represent how libraries impact our lives, usually many months before the actual week. That’s why, this year’s theme may have seemed a bit ironic (don’t you think?) due to the current pandemic that’s engulfing […]
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Archives at Home: University Archives and Special Collections Digital Resources

Noteworthy: The University Libraries Blog - Wed, 04/22/2020 - 10:57
The Loyola University Archives may be closed, but there are plenty of resources online to help with your research needs. Learn about the digital collections, digital exhibits, and research help available from the Archives while staying at home Though the archivists are away from the collections, we are still answering questions and inquiries to the […]
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National Library Week: Cheaters Trivia!

Noteworthy: The University Libraries Blog - Mon, 04/20/2020 - 10:42
During NLW 2020, the Libraries will be hosting an online trivia contest. Between April 20 – 24, we will post a link to questions via our social media platforms: facebook, instagram, twitter, and our blog. Check this blog daily for the new link! Rules The 3 “main” trivia questions will be worth 5 points each […]
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Check Out the New LGBTQ Studies Research Guide

Noteworthy: The University Libraries Blog - Tue, 04/14/2020 - 12:05
By Anthony Morgano What’s New? LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer) Studies takes center stage in the newest addition to the Libraries’ research guides. Designed to help connect you to the best available resources in a subject area, research guides are your portal to the most informative databases, authoritative journals and compelling websites to […]
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National Library Week 2020

Noteworthy: The University Libraries Blog - Mon, 04/13/2020 - 15:29
This years theme is Find Your Place at the Library. Since we are all stuck at home, Loyola University Libraries is bringing the library to you! Check out what we have planned for you below. Cheaters Trivia: All Week Long Cheaters Trivia rules:  3 questions/day for 5 days (total 15 questions [not including bonus questions]). […]
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Pretend You’re at the Library with These Zoom Backgrounds

Noteworthy: The University Libraries Blog - Wed, 04/01/2020 - 09:04
Attending classes and meetings via Zoom rather than in person is far from easy. However, the staff here at the LUC Libraries thought that we might make everyone’s experience with Zoom a little bit better if we could provide a way to pretend you’re somewhere other than your room, office, or kitchen. What’s better than […]
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Continuity of Library Services

Noteworthy: The University Libraries Blog - Tue, 03/17/2020 - 16:09
Dear Loyola Community, Beginning Thursday, March 19, access to Cudahy Library will be restricted to library staff. The IC will remain open from 9 am – 5pm. Library materials will be delivered to the Information Commons upon request. Details are evolving everyday, we ask everyone to stay updated by either following one of our social media platforms or on our Continuity web page: http://libraries.luc.edu/continuity https://www.instagram.com/librariesluc/?hl=en
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Updated Library Service Information

Noteworthy: The University Libraries Blog - Sat, 03/14/2020 - 13:40
A few updates and some general information about the library and its services as we transition to online instruction and attempt to cope with this unprecedented disruption in normal services. The library will remain open and operational Monday through Friday (we will close on weekends), from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, beginning, March 13, 2020.  Virtual reference help will be available via online chat on the evenings and weekends. All services will be offered as usual. All library events will be canceled or rescheduled for later in the year. That is the plan for the moment. As things change we will adjust and inform you as necessary. Service Hours Building Hours: Monday – Friday, 9:00am – 5:00pm Chat Reference Hours, Loyola Library Staff: Monday – Thursday, 9:00am – 10pm; Friday 9:00am – 5:00pm; Saturday 10:00am-6:00pm; Sunday noon – 10:00pm Chat Reference Hours, contract (non-Loyola staff): 24 hours Circulation and Interlibrary Loan Students who are leaving campus are encouraged to return their books. We will most likely extend all due dates, and will be very lenient about overdue fines. ILL books should be returned if at all possible. People who have already left campus are encouraged to mail their books to […]
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Going Online? Take the Library with You

Noteworthy: The University Libraries Blog - Wed, 03/11/2020 - 16:56
We wanted to remind you of a few steps you can take to make sure you have continued access to library resources even if you can’t physically be on campus. We’ll be updating this with additional tips and resources, so check back.
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Kanopy Streaming Requests Update

Noteworthy: The University Libraries Blog - Fri, 02/21/2020 - 19:26
Dear Loyola’s, At present due to budget concerns we’ve had to turn off the open, non-licensed, content in Kanopy until we understand where we stand with them. We have a meeting scheduled for Tuesday afternoon that should hopefully show us whether we’re over budget or on track for things and will make some decisions accordingly. Please note this does not effect the hundreds of already licensed titles in Kanopy. What this means for you is that faculty members who may rely on Kanopy for their course work this term have a suggested set of ways to make this transition easier. This is not meant to alarm you- we can still license content for faculty even if the budget for Kanopy is tight. What I would ask you to do is to check upcoming titles as soon as possible using the link at http://luc.kanopystreaming.com and make sure the titles you need area available to play. If they’re not licensed yet a message will display asking you to fill out your name, email, and some additional details to request the film. That e-mail will come directly to me and I’ll be able to license the film within 24 business hours. This means […]
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