Category Archive: Cofrin Library News
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Our power is back on and we are open for business as usual.
Due to a power outage the library is currently closed. Please call ahead to 465-2540 to see if we are
Due to some large donations of books over the summer, our storage rooms are overflowing again and it’s time for another Book Sale!
The Fall Book Sale will be held Thursday, Sept. 18th through Friday, Sept. 26th, during Library hours, on the Plaza level of the Library.
We will have popular reading, textbooks, teacher editions, and everything in between for sale. There is still a large selection of science fiction too!
Everything is marked at $1.00 per item.
You don’t want to miss this chance to pick up some great reads and maybe do some early holiday shopping!
For more information contact Leah Liebergen at 465-2382 or firstname.lastname@example.org
A hearty “Welcome” to new students and faculty and “Welcome Back” to those returning to our campus. We, at the Cofrin Library, are so glad to have you here. We have been working hard all summer on maintaining our award-winning levels of service, selection and general awesomeness. In that vein, here are the latest books that we have added to our collection. Lots of great new titles! Come and check them out!
Poem central : word journeys with readers and writers / Shirley McPhillips.
Introducing teachers and administrators to the NGSS : a professional development facilitator’s guide / Eric Brunsell, Deb M. Kneser, Kevin J. Niemi.
Migrant / by José Manuel Mateo ; illustrated by Javier Martínez Pedro.
Bingo queens of Oneida : how two moms started tribal gaming in Wisconsin / Mike Hoeft.
Seeds of Reprisal : Monsanto vs. Michael White / J. Somerville Park.
Child psychopathology / edited by Eric J. Mash, Russell A. Barkley.
Grass, soil, hope : a journey through carbon country / Courtney White ; foreword by Michael Pollan.
New net zero : leading-edge design and construction of homes and buildings for a renewable energy future / William Maclay and Maclay Architects.
Stop by the Library Thursday, September 11 from 7-11pm for our Bash in the Stacks carnival! There will be games, prizes, Nerf tag, and an carnival themed obstacle course. Sign up to be part of our take on the Silent Library game show. We will also feature balloon animals and face painting by Kidz Town and our Bash DJ Audio Axentz. Food and beverages will be provided by the Chancellor’s Office.
Bash in the Stacks is sponsored by the Cofrin Library, Office of Student Life, and FOCUS.
The Databases A-Z list has been repaired, thank you for your patience.
We are having a problem with the Databases A-Z and Databases by Subject from off campus. When you click the link for a database, there is special magic that’s supposed to happen to send you to the login screen, so the database knows you belong to UWGB and have the right to use the database. That special magic is not happening, so most of our UWGB or UW-System purchased databases don’t know you have the right to use them.
We have redirected the Databases A-Z to our backup, which is a Word document, but it’ll get you where you need to go. We should be able to get that fixed on Monday. Sorry for the inconvenience!
Summer is winding down, and you can almost feel the anticipation of a new school year in the air. Get a jump on your friends and come in to check out all the new books we have added to the Cofrin Library before everyone gets back to campus. Besides all the titles listed here, we have also added some great new books to the Popular Reading and IMC areas. We are sure to have something you can take with you on that last trip to the beach or just to read on your patio before the leaves start falling…
Between Pagan and Christian / Christopher P. Jones.
Claire of the sea light / Edwidge Danticat.
Clinical topics in child and adolescent psychiatry / edited by Sarah Huline-Dickens.
Complete artist’s manual : the definitive guide to painting and drawing / by Simon Jennings.
Culture and the death of God / Terry Eagleton.
DSM-5 made easy : the clinician’s guide to diagnosis / James Morrison.
Equal start? : providing quality early education and care for disadvantaged children / edited by Ludovica Gambaro, Kitty Stewart and Jane Waldfogel.
First interview / James Morrison.
Five days at Memorial : life and death in a storm-ravaged hospital / Sheri Fink.
Floral journey : Native North American beadwork / Lois S. Dubin.
Folklore of the freeway : race and revolt in the modernist city / Eric Avila.
Guilty knowledge, guilty pleasure : the dirty art of poetry / William Logan.
Guns at last light : the war in Western Europe, 1944-1945 / Rick Atkinson.
HBO effect / Dean J. DeFino.
How the other half ate : a history of working class meals at the turn of the century / Katherine Leonard Turner.
Lady in the dark : Iris Barry and the art of film / Robert Sitton.
Lead positive : what highly effective leaders see, say, and do / Kathryn D. Cramer.
Mad music : Charles Ives, the nostalgic rebel / Stephen Budiansky.
On paper : the everything of its two-thousand-year history / Nicholas A. Basbanes.
Out of Poverty : Sweatshops in the Global Economy / Benjamin Powell.
Peer-to-peer leadership : why the network is the leader / Mila N. Baker.
Qualifying times : points of change in U.S. women’s sport / Jaime Schultz.
Raising children in the military / Cheryl Lawhorne-Scott, Don Philpott, and Jeff Scott.
Rows of memory : journeys of a migrant sugar-beet worker / Saúl Sánchez.
Verse Going Viral : China’s New Media Scenes / Heather Inwood.
What works for workers? : public policies and innovative strategies for low-wage workers / Stephanie Luce, Jennifer Luff, Joseph A. McCartin, and Ruth Milkman, editors.