The Nielsen Library is the place to be during finals week!
Whether you’re cramming for exams or need to relax here’s what’s going on:
We’ll be open 8am-2am Monday-Thursday
Free Coffee, Tea, & Hot Chocolate
At the Reference Desk 5pm-2am Monday-Thursday
1st floor = Collaborative Zone, 2nd floor = Quiet Zone, 3rd floor = Silent Zone
Create your own Silent Zone with earplugs
Paws and Relax with Therapy Dogs
Monday 2pm-3pm, Tuesday 6pm-7pm
Coloring pages and crayons near the Circulation Desk
Bubbles on tables throughout the library
Hobbit puzzle near the coffee cart
Battery running low? Charger at home? The Nielsen Library now has phone chargers available for checkout.
We have chargers for both old and new Apple devices as well as micro-USB charger for Android phones and other devices.
All chargers can be checked out for 2 hours and must be used in the library.
On Thursday, April 24, at 7:00pm, the Nielsen Library will host a Senior Capstone Reading by graduating English majors Jessica Conda and Michael Sakowsky. Presented by the English Department, the event will also feature a reading by Chris Ransick, Denver Poet Laureate of 2006 and author of five works of fiction and poetry.
The reading is free and open to the community, and will take place on the second floor of the library. Refreshments will be served. Hope to see you there!
For the first time ever, the Nielsen Library will have extended hours during finals week. We’ll be open until 2am Monday, May 5 – Thursday, May 8.
The Nielsen Library is looking for 4 students to fill open work-study positions in the circulation department beginning in the Fall semester. Ask for a paper application at the circulation desk or apply online here: www.adams.edu/finaid/library-student-jobs.php
Applicants MUST qualify for a work study award and should be available for at least three semesters. For more information visit the circulation desk or email Jordan Gortmaker, Circulation Supervisor, at firstname.lastname@example.org
In honor of National Library Week (April 13-19) the Oxford University Press is providing free access to all of their online resources.
Simply use the following credentials to login:
Visit the Oxford University Press for more details.