In this issue: Beta Test the New Library Catalog, D'Angelo Access, Due Dates & more!

 
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University of Chicago Library News

College Edition – March 2014


Beta Test the New Library Catalog

Try out the beta version of our new Library Catalog and tell us what you think! The platforms underlying the current Library Catalog and Lens are losing vendor support over the summer. In response, the Library has developed a new Library Catalog interface that features a simple, clean visual design and a variety of search options. While some features are still in development, we appreciate your feedback as we identify and fix problems before the Catalog goes into full production later this year. Want to learn more? Watch our short YouTube tutorial.

Extended Hours for Finals

Crerar, Mansueto and Regenstein will extend weekend building hours Friday, March 14 and Saturday, March 15. Mansueto will be open all weekend until 12:45 a.m.; Crerar and Regenstein will be open until 1:00 a.m. The Regenstein 1st floor all-night study space will be open 24 hours until the end of finals on Friday, March 21. Please consult the Library hours page for detailed information.

Restricted D'Angelo Law Library Access Through March 15

To accommodate Law School students preparing final papers and completing take-home exams, there will be limited access to the D'Angelo Law Library for non-law students during the Law School reading and exam period, March 8 - 15. The Library will continue to be accessible to students who need access to legal materials or who would like to work with one of the reference librarians. All non-Law students taking Law School classes will also have access to the D'Angelo Law Library.

Reminder: Items Due Friday, April 4

The next quarterly due date is Friday, April 4. Please return items by that date or renew them online starting on Monday, March 24.

Norman Maclean Papers Available for Research

Author and UChicago professor Norman Maclean’s papers are available for research in the Special Collections Research Center. Raised in Montana, Maclean earned his Ph.D. at the University of Chicago in 1940 and taught English until he retired at age 70. He then began writing, and achieved national fame for works he wrote after his retirement, including the novel, A River Runs Through It.

Image of Editions of Homer

The beta version of the new Library Catalog is now live.
Try it and tell us what you think!

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Maureen L. P. Patterson’s Office of Strategic Services I.D. card. The University of Chicago Library.

Women’s Work: Scholarship by Women at UChicago
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Deadlines

John Crerar Science Writing Prize for College Students
First Prize: $1500
Second Prize: $500
Deadline: April 22

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