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Your Mizzou librarians have 10 updates to help you start the week strong.

Fridays @ the Library: Staying Ahead of the Curve

Fridays @ the Library: Staying Ahead of the Curve

University Libraries has a variety of tools, information resources, collections and services to assist with your instruction and research. Learn how other faculty and students are using the Libraries, and how they can best benefit you. This workshop will be offered simultaneously in two formats: Rm 213, Ellis Library and live online January 27, 1-2 pm Registration Required: tinyurl.com/MUlibrariesworkshops

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Gemille Purnell headed to Washington D.C.

Gemille Purnell headed to Washington D.C.

Gemille Purnell, a graduate library assistant with the Health Sciences Library, recently won a scholarship to attend the Consumer Food Safety Education Conference, January 25th-27th in Washington D.C.  Gemille was among twelve awardees chosen by the committee of the non-profit Partnership for Food Safety Education. In order to be eligible for this opportunity, Gemille had to complete an application, write an essay …

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Black History FUNRaiser on Febuary 28

Black History FUNRaiser on Febuary 28

The Black History Month Trivia FUNRaiser, which has become a tradition at Mizzou, caps the events of February. From 6 to 9 p.m. on February 28 in Ellis Library’s room 114A, teams will compete for prizes, which include donations to the charities of their choice.  You do not have to be a black history expert to enjoy the the evening's …

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Collections Review Update

Collections Review Update

We’re completing the collections review project of the fall. We’ll stop receiving many journals in January. You may review lists of the journals cancelled, posted as we complete negotiations with our vendors. The budget for one-time purchases (books, videos, recordings) has also been curtailed. We stop ordering on April 1 and resume after July 1. Please let your subject librarian …

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We’re here to support your teaching and research

We’re here to support your teaching and research

Faculty, as you start the semester, remember that librarians are here to help. We’re here to support your teaching: Librarians can provide instruction sessions, create web guides, provide support via Blackboard or Canvas, meet individually with students, and work with them to publish and promote student research. You may assign our mobile scavenger hunt, draw on other online videos and …

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Reference Display: Grzimek's Animal Life Encyclopedia

Reference Display: Grzimek's Animal Life Encyclopedia

Head over to the Reference Desk at Ellis Library for a weekly display of reference or other non-circulating materials. This week, take a look at some of the 14 volumes of Grzimek's Animal Life Encyclopedia, one of the best reference works on animals ever published. This encyclopedia is available in print in the Ready Reference section of Ellis Library or …

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Bookmark Cafe Closes at 8 pm, Jan. 17-27

Bookmark Cafe Closes at 8 pm, Jan. 17-27

The Bookmark Cafe will close at 8pm for the first two weeks of Spring Semester. More hours can be found at library.missouri.edu/hours.

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Welcome!

Welcome!

Welcome new students! and Welcome Back returning students​!   Please check out the J-Library FAQ's Looking forward to a great semester!  

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Welcome Back Engineering Students!

Welcome Back Engineering Students!

Welcome new students! and Welcome Back returning students​!   Please check out the ELTC FAQ's. Stop by our front desk for help with finding classrooms, borrowing textbooks and equipment, computer and printing assistance, and more!  If you have any questions at all, ask us!  The start of the semester can always be a little disorienting, but the library is here …

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Resources for Journalism Graduate Students

Resources for Journalism Graduate Students

Starting your literature review?  Make sure to check out the Journalism Graduate Student Resources Libguide.   Whether you are an online student or here on campus.  Getting help is just an email away.  Contact Dorothy Carner carnerd@missouri.edu or Sue Schuermann schuermanns@missouri.edu to help you from start to finish.  

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How have the Libraries helped you? Share your success story.

Libraries, faculty, and students are linked; for one to truly succeed, we must all succeed.  How have the Libraries contributed to your success?  Share your stories and let us feature you and your work.

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