• Steampunk Hat Craft Event

    Join us in the library from 1 – 3pm on Thursday, January 30th to learn how to make your very own steampunk hat! Supplies will be provided and you will get to take your craft home with you. Bring your friends and your creative minds!

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  • Winter Commencement Speaker

    Winter 2020 Commencement welcomes Guest speaker Dr. Emad Rahim, an associate professor at Bellevue University. Dr. Rahim also serves as the Kotouc Family Endowed Chair and Program Director for the Bachelor and Master’s programs for Project Management. He wrote the best-selling book “Resilence: From Killing Fields to Boardroom” as well as several others you can find in our e-catalog. Dr. Rahim has also been featured in “Against the Odds”, an award winning documentary about how he overcame great adversity.

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  • Lean Library

    Lean Library is an extension the Library offers for patrons to easily access our library resources through a simple Google search. This extension works with most major browsers and automatically configures Google Scholar to help you find Bellevue University full-text links. Download and add this amazing extension to your browser today!
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  • Local Area Passes!

    Have a desire to see the new displays at the Durham? Or Lauritzen? The Library provides passes for three local area attractions: Fontenelle Forest, Durham Museum, and Lauritzen Gardens. Each pass has its own specific details on the checkout period, the passes themselves, as well as overdue fees for passes. Want to check one out? Come in and ask the front desk or click “Learn More”!

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  • More Than Books

    Our winter newsletter is out now with exclusive information regarding the library such as our new LEAN library extension, a new Fair Use Checklist, and an introduction to our new staff. Check out our amazing facts at your fingertips section, tips about Photoshop, a review on “The Public” and other great content!

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  • Compliment Day

    Let me begin by saying it is so nice of you to read this blog today.  I can see that you are an inquisitive and intelligent person.  Yes, it is Compliment Day.  It is a day where we can say something positive about the people we see every day. Not only do compliments make other […]

    Posted on January 24, 2020 by Lorraine Patrick

  • Slow Cooking for Everyone

    January just happens to be National Slow Cooking Month and a great time to make delicious warm meals on a cold winter’s day.  Slow cooking and crock-pots are used interchangeably; however, crock-pots are a brand of slow cookers that come in various shapes and sizes and just about every major appliance company now makes their […]

    Posted on January 20, 2020 by Robin Bernstein

  • Fair Use Checklist

    According to Copyright.gov, “Fair use is a legal doctrine that promotes freedom of expression by permitting the unlicensed use of copyright-protected works in certain circumstances.” It can be a daunting task to figure out what is and is not considered fair use. To help with this, the Bellevue University Library introduced a new copyright tool, […]

    Posted on January 19, 2020 by Joel Hartung

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