Come check out a display on Learn a Foreign Language Month. The display informs the viewer of the foreign languages offered by the Languages, Literatures and Cultures Department at Muhlenberg College. In addition, the display highlights some of the foreign Continue Reading
FEELING FRUSTRATED WITH LIBRARY RESEARCH? Make a one-on-one appointment with a Muhlenberg College librarian to: • DEVELOP search strategies to find relevant resources • DISCOVER new research tools • COORDINATE your topic with available resources • NARROW a topic via Continue Reading
A Bi-Weekly Update 11/12/09 What is a Graphic Novel? by Penny Lochner, Head of Collection Resource Management Graphic novels are books written primarily with pictures instead of words. “Isn’t that a comic book”, you might ask? “Yes, but longer.” You Continue Reading
On Tuesday, November 10, 2009 Trexler library staff (Cathy, Ben, Kelly, and Justin) competed in a race in honor of French week. (Diane, Jen, and Rachel cheered and photographed). The hard-working Trexler Library team took third place. Good job all!
Graphic novels are books written primarily with pictures instead of words. “Isn’t that a comic book”, you might ask? “Yes, but longer.” You might now be thinking, “I don’t read comics. Thanks, but no. ” Stop by anyway. You will be Continue Reading
Check out some of our new arrivals on the new items shelf, located right next to the circulation desk! Graphic Novels “Sin City: The Hard Goodbye” by Frank Miller “The Best of Simon and Kirby” by Joe Simon and Jack Continue Reading
The display contains photographs from Alfred Stieglitz and paintings from John Sloan, and illustrates the different aesthetics of each artist. The display is located on the A-level of the library in the display cabinet in front of the Circulation desk.
The Census Bureau has released its new www.2010Census.Gov web site. The site features an animated marquee that symbolizes the Census Bureau’s place at the intersection of the American experience. By clicking on images representative of the population, visitors can view Continue Reading