Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Fun Books on Career Pathing!



With graduation around the corner and many of our LIM College students are on the job hunt, the librarians thought we would put together a display of helpful career titles. These titles provide a range of information on a variety of industries. They also provide tips on interviews, building resumes, portfolios and more! Check out some of the titles on display below.

 My So-Called Freelance Life


Michelle Goodman
650.1 GOO

 Get the Interview Every Time

Brenda Greene
650.14 GRE

 Climbing the Ladder in Stilettos

Lynette Lewis
650.1082 LEW

Posted on April 29, 2014 I Blog post by Nicole LaMoreaux, M.L.S. (Reference and Instruction Librarian)


Monday, April 28, 2014

Reminder: Saturday Hours Available Towards the End of the Semester

The Adrian G. Marcuse Library will be open on Saturdays at the end of the semester.

Spring 2014 Hours


Monday - Thursday:  8:00 am - 9:00 pm
Friday:  8:00 am - 5:00 pm 
Saturday: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm (May 3, May 10)
Sunday: Closed

For more information, please check out the library website.

Until the Summer…

As the weather gets warmer and students rush to complete their final projects, I start looking out the window and daydreaming about traveling to new places.  Until I can hop in the car/plane/train/motorcycle sidecar, I’ll be reading these travel books at the Adrian G. Marcuse Library:


1,000 Places to See Before You Die, by Patricia Schultz.  910.2 SCH
1,000!  I better get started.  How many do you think are in the tri-state area?


A frequent (and funny) contributor to the New Yorker, Peter Hessler writes about China from the perspective of a very knowledgeable and yet still sometimes befuddled American.  If you’re not curious about what it might be like to take a cross-country road trip through China, you should be.


Me Talk Pretty One Day, by David Sedaris.  814.54 SED
If you haven’t read this, go read it now.  If you have, go read it again.  David Sedaris is the funniest chain smoking, poorly speaking, movie watching American in Paris. 


Mango Languages, available from the Adrian G. Marcuse Library website databases page
Talk pretty one day in over sixty languages (including pirate) using the many courses available on Mango languages.  Many languages have courses and films, so you can choose how you’d prefer to learn.


Posted on April 28, 2014 I Blog post by Rebecca Clark, M.L.I.S. (Evening Librarian)