We’ve reached the end of the semester and it’s time for a break. New DVDs are just what you need, and we’ve got them for you.
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
Guardians of the Galaxy
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Dolphin Tale 2 - coming soon
The Expendables 3- coming soon
The Giver - coming soon
The Hundred-Foot Journey - coming soon
If I Stay - coming soon
Into the Storm - coming soon
A Madea Christmas - coming soon
Magic in the Moonlight - coming soon
The Maze Runner - coming soon
The November Man - coming soon
*Guardians of the Galaxy image from Wikipedia.
As you suit-of-armor up and prepare to battle Final Exams, the Library wants to support you with study breaks! Fort Finals begins Sunday, November 30th and ends Thursday, December 11. Healthy and sweet snacks start at 8pm each evening, and some of the activities will include:
- Coloring pages
- Button making Sunday and Wednesday night
- Send a postcard to family and friends — we mail it for you!
- Take a photo with friends in our enchanted forest photobooth
- Write-a-line Finals Fairytale
Fort Finals Tent
Be sure to thank campus police for helping us stay open later hours. As always, many big thank yous to our daily sponsors:
- 11/30-Dining Services
- 12/1-Alumni Office
- 12/2-Cook-Cole College of Arts and Sciences
- 12/3- SGA
- 12/4- President’s Office
- 12/7-First Year Experience
- 12/8-Panhellenic Council
- 12/9-Graduate Studies
- 12/10-Enrollment Management
- 12/11-Greenwood Library
The Fall Semester is almost over! If you are looking for a much needed distraction, check out the new DVDs for November.
How to Train Your Dragon 2
Let’s Be Cops
22 Jump Street
X-Men: Days of Future Past
Begin Again – coming soon
The Christmas Candle – coming soon
Jarhead 2: Field Of Fire - coming soon
Jersey Boys - coming soon
A Most Wanted Man - coming soon
*X-Men, How to Train Your Dragon, Let’s Be Cops, and Tammy posters from Wikipedia
For her internship, business student Jenny Silva will be helping the Library create personas. Personas are profiles of typical users of a product or place, created through actual data gathered from users and merged to create fictional (but likely) users to help guide decisions and better understand users needs and wants.
To gather data, we’ve created anonymous surveys that students, faculty and staff can complete. All answers are optional. Even if you’ve never used the Library, we are interested in your thoughts. Thank you for participating!
Survey for Students
Survey for Faculty/Staff
If you’d like to know more about the project or have any questions, please contact Amanda McLellan.