With the new renovations in Lafferre Hall coming to a close, students will find that their prayers (or rather their comment cards) have finally been answered. Potential Energy Café, located in the east wing of Lafferre, is open for business. The café's menu includes Kaldi's coffee, tea and smoothies as well as pretzel wraps and fruit cups. So whether you need a snack between classes or a caffeine boost while hitting the books at the library, Potential Energy Café has you covered.
Check out their Campus Dining page for a complete list of their hours and menu items.
This workshop will be held in Rm. 213, 2nd Floor, Ellis Library.
September 16th 1-2 pm
Learn how to use Endnote, a powerful citation program, for your academic writinings. The workshop will teach you how to use this tool in order to store citation data, produce intext citations and bibliographies in various formats.
With presenter Michael Muchow, Humanities Librarian
Our hours are changing starting in July. We will be closed July 2-4 for the Fourth of July holiday and then the hours will be as follows:
Hours are subject to change. Please be sure to always check the website for any changes to our hours.
You may have noticed that things look a little different in the Engineering Library. Due to the Lafferre Hall Renovation, the Apple Computer Lab has moved into what was formerly the “quiet side” of the library (W2003). We still have plenty of computers, tables, and chairs for study space, as well as study rooms E-H. Groups may reserve study rooms for 2 hours at a time.
Looking for a quiet place to study? The Engineering Library has nine study rooms for group use. Each room has a white board, and dry erase markers are available for checkout at the front desk. Reserve a study room online for two hours at a time.
Every Friday this semester, Ellis Library is holding workshops on various topics to improve your research skills. Learn tips to research smarter not harder. Check out the topics and register for these and other library workshops.
If you can't make it to the classes, you can find workshop recordings and tutorials online.
We hope you all enjoyed your summer break and are ready to start the new semester!
Remember you can always stop by the Engineering Library for research help or to find a comfortable place to study. Also be sure to check out our Lego Lafferre display.
Are you lost in Lafferre? This lego construction of the additions through the years displays why finding your way through the building can be a challenge! The Engineering Library & Technology Commons is in the 1991 addition.
Join MU Libraries for the Graduate Student Research Workshops March 18-21 and you'll be on your way to better research. You will learn about tools that help you save time, organize your research, stay current in your field, and even maximize your research impact. Sessions are offered both in person at Ellis Library or online through Blackboard Collaborate. Find full details and register at https://libraryguides.missouri.edu/gradworkshops.
The College of Engineering provides tutoring services for students. Several of these are held in the Engineering Library. See the full schedule and locations: http://engineering.missouri.edu/study-sessions/.