• More Than Books – Winter 2018

    Our winter newsletter is out now with exclusive information regarding the library such as study rooms, our librarians and tech talk. Check out details on the Great American Read, new arrivals, A video review on “Nature’s Great Race”, Electronic Tips, information on Apps like GrubHub, and so much more happening at our library!

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  • Holiday Donation Center!

    From Thursday, November 1 – Monday, December 17th drop off your donations at the Library’s Circulation Desk. See our posters on campus for more information on items accepted!

    Donation Organizations: Nebraska Human Society, Junior League of Omaha, Omaha Children’s Hospital, The Ronald McDonald House, Project Linus, and The Bellevue Veterans Home.

  • Library instruction from the comfort of your own home

    Our series of upcoming live webinars will teach you how to best use the online library for your academic research!

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  • Ep. 33: Game Night – now available!

    Each episode features library staff members discussing a topic related to literature, libraries, technology, pop culture, and more. Now available on iTunes!

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  • Getting to Know… Margie McCandless, Reference Support Specialist

    Hi Margie! First question; why do you work in a library? I think I have just always felt at home in libraries. My first real job as a senior in high school was as a page in the children’s department at the newly opened Swanson Branch. It had only been open three weeks when I started […]

    Posted on December 11, 2018 by Colin Kehm

  • Great American Read Campaign

    For five months in 2018, the Anne Ray Foundation supported a PBS campaign to encourage viewers to read, discuss, vote for, and cajole others to vote for their best-loved fiction book(s). The idea was introduced by Meredith Vieria on May 22, and during that PBS program the website with the 100 choices (https://www.pbs.org/the-great-american-read/vote ) was […]

    Posted on December 9, 2018 by Allie OConnor

  • The Colors of Christmas

    There are several colors which are traditionally associated with Christmas.  The first two colors many of us think of are red and green. I began to question do these colors have any special meaning and what do they represent?  Are there any other colors associated with Christmas? Most of the colors and their meanings come […]

    Posted on December 7, 2018 by Diane Osborne

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