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As you know Iowa Hall closed down for remodeling at the end of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and with it some of the normal places for students to go to study, to eat, and to relax will close down. Also, meeting spaces that staff use will be unavailable between the rooms in Iowa Hall being unavailable and normal meeting space being taken up by moved offices. Our group study rooms will now ALL be on a reservation system.

We’re expecting that people will be coming over to the library in bigger numbers. So we’re going to be less worried about noise and more worried about how things will effect Kirkwood students, faculty, and staff. We’re going to be bringing in extra chairs and tables. They’ll be bringing food next door to the bookstore.

Part of the remodeling plan is to bring out the entrance of the library, that will be a ways further into the construction project, but it will happen. During that time the library will remain open although space may have to be relocated.

So please plan on being patient with the library until this major construction project is done. If there is anything we can do, please ask and we’ll see if we can help.

Be sure to look for the Info to Know post later this month. There are going to be quite a few changes about where things are and I want to let people get settled.

Some Articles/Books to Read

Design for How People Learn (2nd ed) by Julie Dirksen, Call Number: 370.152 D599d 2016

Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, OWL LD, and Dyscalculia: Lessons from Science and Teaching (2nd ed), Call Number: 371.9 B528d

Engaging African-American males in Community College by Ted N. Ingram and James Coaxum, Call Number: 378.198 E571

How the Special Needs Brain Learns (3rd ed) by David A. Sousa, Call Number: 371.9 S725h

How to Choose the Right Way to Study for You: Advice for Students

Inclusion Strategies That Work!: Research-Based Methods for the Classroom (3rd ed) by Toby J. Karten, Call Number: 371.9 K189i

Students with Interrupted Formal Education: Bridging Where They Are and What They Need by Brenda Custodio and Judith B. O’Loughlin, Call Number: 371.826 C987s

Teaching at its Best: A Research-Based Resource for College Instructors (4th ed) by Linda B. Nilson, Call Number: 378.17 N712t 2016

Links to Some of The Books Recently Added to the Collection:

Let’s All Read – Binti

New Books: Odds and Ends 60

New Books: Odds and Ends 61

New Books: Odds and Ends 62

New Books Student Life Part 6

What to Read Over Break 2019

Our Special Display This Month

International Education Week

Information Literacy

Information Literacy

Check Your Credit Report and Credit Score

Dice Pass Phrase

Translate Gender

Our Database of the Month

New Health Reference Database

General Information Posts

Welcome Back to the Kirkwood Library!

Banning Dictionaries and Maps in China and India

Better Study Habits

Eggbert Has Starring Role on Game Show

International Education Week 2019

Kirkwood Librarians Shared With the Communique 2018-2019

New Database Subscriptions!

New Debate Topics 2019

Pell Grant Laptop Program

New Books Happy Halloween 2019

Happy Halloween 2019 Ghost Words and Other Horrors

 

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