Dewey’s staff is made of a small team of dedicated and hard-working people. Chances are you've interacted with one of our circulation clerks or reference assistants, but what about those who work mostly behind the scenes? Who are they and what do they do here? Get to know them and their jobs behind the scenes in this series of short interviews.
And the lights are back on! We documented the repair work that took place at Dewey as our large main chandelier was restored. Check out the project.
On Tuesday, February 6, the Dewey Library met students in Husted Hall to highlight the library for our biannual Welcome Back Event.
Please excuse temporary noise disruptions as the library's main reading room chandelier is repaired.
Finals are around the corner and so is Stress Less Month!
Did you know that solitary confinement has been used in American prisons for hundreds of years as a way to create an environment for prisoners to be rehabilitated from criminals to law abiding citizens? If you're interested in how the criminal justice system defines and utilizes solitary confinement or the history of the practice, keep reading.
You asked and we listened!
Results are in from our whiteboard poll, and Dewey now has a brand new Massaud Chair on the lower level. Check it out!
Welcome back! Here at the Dewey Library, we're looking forward to assisting you get the semester off to a great start. Read on for building and reference, as well as information about Dewey's Welcome Back event!
It is the week of roaming librarians! Don't worry, we have you covered if you have reference questions...