The library has access to a vast amount of materials online, making it easy for things to get “lost” in a sea of electronic resources. Today I want to highlight access your library privileges give you to a variety of online test prep materials.
Posts by Autumn Nicole Wetli
Celebrate the work of African-American writers during Black History month. Books on display in the Shapiro Library highlight both fiction and non-fiction works by contemporary African-American authors.
Welcome back! Dive into the new year by checking out some books for the Winter 2020 LSA Great Lakes Theme Semester. January books on display in the Shapiro Lobby highlight the history, culture, ecology, and more of the Great Lakes region!
Did you know that the month of December is officially designated for learning a second language? Snag a book for break to brush up on your language skills or start learning something completely new!
Celebrate Native American Heritage Month with Native American authors! The display of books in the Shapiro Lobby this November are all written by Native American authors.
Feel the fright this Halloween by checking out Undergraduate Library books on horror and film! The display of books in the Shapiro Lobby this October is focused on scary cinema.
Start the semester on the right foot by checking out these books offering helpful guides, advice, and tips for a successful academic year. The September display of Undergraduate Library books in the Shapiro Lobby showcases books to help you whether you are just starting out your college career as an incoming Freshman or advancing as a more-seasoned student pursuing a PhD. The wide variety of college career books in the Undergraduate collection includes something for everyone!
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