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As part of Women’s History Month Atkins library would like to encourage you explore The Oxford Encyclopedia of Women in History to learn more about the women who shape our world.

Just before Valentines Day, Atkins set up a table and white boards and asked students to write love or break up notes with the library. Many students participated. Here are the results:

Help us populate the new Popular Reading/Movie section with your favorite titles, genres, or authors. Please share your preferences through this short Google poll:

Over the winter break, the Atkins staff created a new book section in the library's atrium. We've added a Popular Reading collection (including magazines and newspapers) along with a New Books section. The collections are arranged in a cozy area with comfortable seating near the security office. Also, the Reference collection has been moved to this area from the opposite side of the atrium. Faculty, staff, students, and visitors are welcomed to peruse the collections, now conveniently located on the first floor.

Atkins Library announces it has recently received a free one year subscription to the 60 Minutes: 1997-2014 streaming video package from Alexander Street Press.  
“60 MINUTES is one of the most successful television programs in American history. On top of more than 100 Emmy wins and 20 Peabody Awards, it holds the record for the longest continuously running primetime program in the history of television. With as many as 25 million viewers tuning in for its Sunday night broadcasts, 60 MINUTES remains among the most respected, influential TV journalism programs in the world.
This online collection provides 350 hours of video from 17 years of broadcasts, including hundreds of segments not...
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