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Library survey

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Help us out with a quick survey. We'd like to learn about where you read, study and work on course assignments.

Honoring our staff

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The university hosted a special luncheon to honor staff celebrating 10, 15, 20…yes even 45 and 50 years of service!

In the library, we are celebrating:

10 years:  Michael Lapins

15 years:  Xiao-Ming (Clifton) Guo and William (Bill) Staninger

20 years:  Edward DiBella and Mark Figueroa

25 years:  Daniel McCready, Darlene Nowak and Joan Shelby

45 years:  Carol Phillips

50 years:  Ann Nevitt

Can Indie Music Save the World?

The Department of English and Comparative Literature and the SDSU Library present CAN INDIE MUSIC SAVE THE WORLD? — A Conversation with Sean Bohrman of Burger Records.

Matt Bell Reading

Join us for a reading by Matt Bell in Room LL430/431 on Thursday December 3, 2015 at 7 pm.


In this workshop, participants will have the opportunity to learn about the website-building platform Weebly. Weebly can be used to create websites for various purposes, and participants in the session will learn how to create a website on Weebly that doubles as an ePortfolio. This event is free and open to all SDSU affiliates. 10/27/15 @ 11am-12pm in LL 260.

Scan Sources with Your Phone

Scanning a book using a smartphone app
Did you know you can scan documents using your phone's camera and save the files to cloud storage places like Google Drive or Dropbox?

If you've got an Android phone, your best bet is the free Google Drive app.  Just download it from Google Play, sign into your Google account, click the + and choose "Scan." You can scan multiple pages, and then save them as one file in Google Drive.  Easy!

Rock 'n' Roll mural unveiling

Please join us for the unveiling of the Rock 'n' Roll mural on Thursday, October 29 between 3:30-5 pm on the 3rd floor of Love Library.

Filipino American History Month!

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This celebration starts October 1 and ends October 31. FAHM commemorates Filipino Americans everywhere.


Open Access @ SDSU

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October 19-25, 2015 is International Open Access Week!  The library is launching our Open Access Research Guide.

3D Modeling

In this workshop, participants will be introduced to the 3D modeling process. Participants will have the opportunity to use Tinkercad, an online 3D design tool. Workshop participants will also gain an understanding of the role 3D modeling plays in the 3D printing process. This event is free and open to all SDSU affiliates. 10/15/15 @ 11am-12pm in LL 260.