The west stacks of Ellis Library will be closed starting June 7 due to work on the foundation of the building. In order to access materials located in the west stacks, you will need to make a request through the MERLIN library catalog. For detailed information about this process, visit http://library.missouri.edu/inthelibrary/borrowing/requestretrieval/.
If you have additional questions, you may get help in person at the Research Help desk or Circulation desk. Online help is available at Ask the Librarians!
The stacks will open again in the fall.
Yes, it’s that time of the semester again. You’re studying, you’re researching, you’re writing, you’re living on coffee and no sleep…but look, a fluffy puff of pure love and joy! These calm, cheerful, trained therapy dogs are here to give you a break and put a smile on your face 🙂
Come to Ellis Library on the main floor by the North Doors / checkout desk. Tentative schedule:
- Sunday, May 12 from 6-9pm
- Monday, May 13 from 6-9pm
- Tuesday, May 14 from 6-9pm
There will also be therapy dogs in the Engineering Library on Monday and Tuesday from 1-4pm.
Thanks to Ann Gafke’s Teacher’s Pet for coordinating all the dogs and owners who help us de-stress during finals!
Looking for a quiet study space with access to computers. Check out room 213 and 4D11 of Ellis Library. The rooms will be available from the morning of Friday, May 10, to the afternoon of Friday, May 17.
You can find a complete list of library study spaces at http://library.missouri.edu/about/studyspaces/.
The MU Libraries Staff Association is hosting a board game night in Ellis Library from 6:30-10:00 PM on Thursday, May 16.
Board games and a few non-messy snacks will be provided. Participants are also welcome to bring their own board games and non-messy snacks.
A few of the games that will be available:
All are welcome. We look forward to gaming with you!
Event organized by MU Libraries Staff Association leaders Eric Cusick and Rachel Brekhus
Ellis Library will be open continuously from Sunday, May 5 at noon until Friday, May 17 at 7 pm. For additional information about service hours and specialized library hours, visit library.missouri.edu/hours.
How many of these faces do you know?
To celebrate Mizzou’s Pride Month, and staying up until National Pride Month in June, we are highlighting notable Missouri LGBTQ figures.
Test your knowledge with our LGBTQ Guess Who display, now at Ellis Library.
As final exams approach, stress levels rise high and supplies dip low. Prepare in advance by acquiring what you need from the supplies vending machine inside the north entrance of Ellis Library. Stocked and maintained by the Mizzou Store, the supply machine is an oasis of study supplies in study spaces. Current items include those listed below, however availability fluctuates depending on demand.
- Blue Books – FREE (courtesy of Mizzou Store)
- Highlighter Sharpie – $1.60
- Witeout Correction Pen – $3.00
- Binder Clips – $2.20
- Sharpie – $2.20
- G-2 Pen Blk – $2.20
- G-2 Pen Blue – $2.20
- Bic Pencil .7mm – $2.70
- Bic Pencil .5mm – $2.70
- AA Batteries – $5.35
- AAA Batteries – $5.35
- Mini Stapler – $2.20
- Post-it Flags – $3.55
- 4 Function Calculator – $3.20
- Envelope 5 Pack – $0.55
- Flash Drive 8g – $10
If what you are looking for is not in the vending machine, you can find these and other study supplies at the Mizzou Store. The vending machine accepts fresh bills, coins and student charge with student ID cards issued as of Fall 2017. If issues with the machine arise, please fill out a question/problem form (located on the vending machine) and give to the circulation desk staff.
Have you ever wondered how to write a great paper, submit it to the right journal, and get accepted? Join Elsevier’s David Parsons for an author workshop. The workshop will be Monday, April 29th from 3pm – 4pm in 114A Ellis Library. Attend this workshop to learn about:
- Identifying the right journal
- Using proper scientific language
- Structuring your article
- Understanding the peer review process
- Open Access publishing
- Publishing ethics
- How to get your research noticed
Refreshments will be provided. You must pre-register for this event at https://libcal.missouri.edu/event/5337666
Daniel Boone Regional Library’s Book Bike is visiting campus!
On April 18, 10:30AM-12:30PM, come to Speaker’s Circle to see the Book Bike. Check out a public library book or apply for a DBRL library card!
For more information about the Book Bike, visit DBRL’s website.
The Digital Media Lab (DML) now has extended hours in the evening one day a week.
*New* Tuesday: 12:00 pm (noon) – 7:30 pm
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday: 12:00 pm – 4:30 pm
The Digital Media Lab provides an Audio Recording Booth (very popular); a Film Studio (popular) with green screen and lights; and 3D Scanners. These resources are available for students by reservation. Visit to learn more and reserve a DML space! https://library.missouri.edu/dmc