The Library is proud to announce that we will be moving to our new website at the beginning of the Spring 2015 semester. All of the functionality and resources on our current website will be moving to the new university website platform. Want to check it out now? Go to neiu.edu/library for a preview of the new Ronald Williams Library website.
The Library is supporting the College of Business and Management’s One Book per Semester (OBPS) initiative during the spring 2015 semester. The Library has a copy of Keeping Up with the Quants: Your Guide to Understanding and Using Analytics by Thomas H. Davenport. The book is on two-hour reserve at the Circulation Desk that is located on the north side of the Library’s first floor.
The copy is listed under the course MNGT OBPS.
This is just a reminder that all library materials are due back by Friday, December 12. Please contact the Circulation Desk at 773-442-4401 if you have any questions regarding your library account or any items you have borrowed. Please clear any library fines and/or fees before the semester ends to prevent any holds on your account which can potentially cause issues with Spring 2015 registration, transcripts, etc.
The Library will be closed Saturday, December 20 – Thursday, January 1. Please note that we reopen Friday, January 2 but are closed Saturday, January 3 – Sunday, January 4. We begin regular semester hours on Monday, January 5, 2015. The outside Book Return box will be available for materials returned when the Library is closed.
Thanks to all, enjoy the semester break and congratulations to our new graduates!
A new library research guide has been created for NEIU students taking classes at the University Center of Lake County. Please visit this page for information regarding NEIU services, requesting books and articles, ID cards, printing, and getting in touch with your subject librarian.
We are pleased to announce the debut of a new collection of digitized archival materials. Campus History – Selected Text and Images highlights items from the University Archives covering the history of NEIU from the 1960s to the early 1980s. Included are items documenting campus construction, student life, and visits to campus by prominent public figures. These items originate from photographic prints, student published periodicals, and two monographs published by the University.
This collection is NEIU’s first contribution to the CARLI Digital Collections repository. Over the coming years we hope to publish several more digital collections on a variety of topics. Stay tuned!
Dreams of Trespass & Closing Celebration
Thursday, July 24th, 5:30-7PM
Lower Level Classroom, Library
The fifth and final event in the Let’s Talk About It: Muslim Journeys series will be on the book Dreams of Trespass by Fatima Mernissi. The discussion will be led by NEIU English Professor Alicia Erian who, as a well-published author, offers a unique writer’s perspective.
Join us for food, discussion, and celebration. All are welcome.
To sign up for the event, click here.
For more information, contact:
Muslim Journeys Program Director
The Library is proud to announce that the new Café Descartes is now open for business on the first floor of the Ronald Williams Library. Café Descartes will provide the same menu of beverages and pastries that is currently available in Village Square. The Café will be open during regular library hours, including nights and weekends. Our new café space also offers comfortable seating and a new popular reading collection of books and magazines. Stop by for a cup of your favorite beverage and some delicious pastries!
From April 19th through May 2nd, 2014, the Library is hosting a solo exhibition from artist Chang Liu entitled “GO TO THE BALCONY.”
Liu is an art student from Northeastern University in Shenyang China who came to NEIU as an exchange student in 2013. The exhibition contains a mix of paintings and sculptures and is located in the Library’s first floor gallery space.
The Library will be open for extended hours from April 21 – May 8
• Monday-Thursday, 7 a.m. to 12 midnight
• Friday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
• Saturday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
• Sunday, 9 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Recess hours will be in effect from May 9 – 15
• Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
• Saturday-Sunday, CLOSED
The Library returns to regular hours on May 16
• Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
• Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
• Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
• Sunday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Students: All library materials are due back by on the due date that is listed in your library account here. You may contact the Circulation Desk at 773-442-4400 if you have any questions regarding your library account or any items you have borrowed. Please clear your library fines and/or fees before the semester ends to prevent any holds on your account which can potentially cause issues with future semester enrollments, transcripts, etc.
Other important reminders:
If you lose your University ID and issued a new one please stop by the Circulation Desk in the Main Library or CCICS so that we can update your library account.
If you are returning for the fall semester but not taking classes during the summer you can still use the library. We have extended your patron account through the summer.
Again, feel free to contact the Circulation Desk at email@example.com or at 773-442-4400 if you have any questions about your library account or the information above. Live chat with our Reference staff is also available from our home page or you may call them at 773-442-4410.
Thanks to all, enjoy the summer and congratulations to our new graduates!
The Ronald Williams Library, the Learning Support Center, and the Center for Academic Writing invite NEIU students to come to the:
Long Night Against Procrastination
Tuesday, April 22
7:00pm to Midnight
Ronald Williams Library, Fourth Floor
Writing tutors, math tutors (for 090- and 100-level courses), and a Reference Librarian will be available for walk-in sessions from 7:00pm until midnight. Come and take advantage of late-night support to battle end-of-the-semester procrastination. Free coffee and snacks will also be available.
Click here to see the flyer. We look forward to seeing you all Tuesday night!