Don’t “shrug at truth” — stop reading fake news.
The Ronald Williams Library subscribes to a number of newspapers and magazines with writing by professional, qualified journalists. You can access these sources anytime online and can even set up daily email alerts. Most of the newspapers offer same-day coverage.
Get the facts now at:
New York Times
Wall Street Journal
To set up an email alert:
- Choose a publication above and click the link.
- Click the ‘Set up alert’ link
- Choose “Only when Full text is available”
- Enter your preferred email address. You can use your NEIU or personal email.
- Click the ‘Create Alert’ button
For more online newspaper and magazine access, visit our Full Text Journals, Magazines, and Newspapers list.
The book sale will take place on the 1st floor of the Ronald Williams Library during Library hours, and it is open to the public.
On Tuesday, October 13th Nancy Murillo will be presenting a session on recently acquired sources in the area of Latino/Latin American studies as part of NEIU’s Hispanic Heritage Month celebration.
Please join Nancy in the Library’s 3rd floor classroom from 2-3 pm to learn more.
A new, convenient way to ask us a question. Text (773) 442-2758!
Away from your computer and not able to IM the NEIU Library? Try sending us a text/SMS from your cell phone instead. During regular Library hours we will reply immediately, just as we do with instant messaging.
Naturally this service is best suited for short, quick answers to questions that we can respond to in 160-320 characters or less. Text/SMS your questions to (773) 442-2758, and don’t forget to add the NEIU Library SMS number to your address book!
* The service itself is free, but please remember that your cell phone provider may charge you for each text/SMS you send or receive.
Starting Tuesday, September 15, the Library will offer weekly workshops on RefWorks, the web-based citation management tool. The workshops will be held during activity hour, 1:30 to 2:30, in the 3rd floor classroom of the Ronald Williams Library and are open to the NEIU community.
Visit the Library Reference Desk on the 1st floor, call (773) 442-4410 or x. 4410, or email NEIU-Library@neiu.edu to sign up for an introduction to its features.
Welcome back, students. We have some exciting news for you.
Based on your requests for longer library hours, the Ronald Williams Library will now be open on Sundays from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. This is 7 more hours per week that you can visit and use the Library and its services.
We hope this will provide the support you need for continued success at NEIU. As always, your comments and suggestions are welcome.
Starting Tuesday, June 9, the Library will offer weekly workshops on RefWorks, the web-based citation management tool.
The workshops will be held during activity hour, 1:30 to 2:30, in the 3rd floor classroom of the Ronald Williams Library and are open to NEIU students and faculty. Stop by any Tuesday this summer to set up a RefWorks account and get an introduction to its features.
The semester is wrapping up, and the Library is busier than ever. We recognize that you need study space to finish up your projects and prepare for exams, so we are extending our hours April 20 – May 4.
Monday – Thursday, 8 a.m. – 10:30 p.m.
Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Saturday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Sunday, Noon – 8 p.m.
Don’t forget you can access many of our materials from home or other off-campus locations. Just start your research at the Library home page, and you will be asked to login with your NetID and password if you want to use one of our online databases or journal subscriptions.
Students! Free pizza lunch and a $10 gift certificate to Beck’s Bookstore for 1 hour of your time!
On Tuesday, April 7th from 1:40pm to 2:50pm the NEIU Library is conducting a Web Design Workshop. The workshop is part of a study of student research habits to help us improve library services. In the workshop you can give us your opinions on the current website and help us envision an ideal library website.
To participate, reserve your place by contacting Susan Miller, Anthropologist: 773-442-4413 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please leave your name and a number or email where we can reach you, along with the message that you are interested in the Web Design Workshop.