Today is the 226th Anniversary of the United States Constitution. Want to test your knowledge of the Constitution? Take this online quiz.
Learn more about the Constitution using the library’s Constitution Day Online Guide.
If you’re looking to buy a tasty lunch today or just want to say hi to the students enrolled in Rachel Lee’s Community Garden Outreach class, the semester’s first campus farmstand will be today (Thursday), from 12:30 – 2 pm in front of the library.
Something new on google: if you search a broad topic, like climate change, poverty, or the death penalty, it lists the usual websites but if you scroll down to the bottom of the results page, they now have some links to what they call “In-Depth Articles” from publications like The New Yorker, The Atlantic, The New York Times, etc. It is a simple way to move beyond just websites to find deeper information.
Google talks about it at Google’s Search Blog.
Try it and see what you think.
Display monitors with cables to connect to your laptop are now available in the Group Study rooms 209 and 210.
If you need them, some adapters and cables are available for check out at the Circulation Desk.
New to USF? Or a current student but you are a little unsure where everything is in the library? Join us for a library tour. The tours last about 30 minutes and a library staff member takes you around the building, shows you where things are located, and discusses some of the library’s services available to you.
We’re giving tours on:
Monday August 19 @ 3 pm
Tuesday August 20 @ 10 am
Wednesday August 21 @ 11 am
Thursday August 22 @ 12 noon
Friday August 23 @ 2 pm
Saturday August 24 @ 1 pm
No need to sign up for anything–just meet us in the library’s lobby at those times. Everyone is welcome!
Library Hours for Fall 2013 are now posted.
This goat looks ready for a new semester. How about you?