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Milner Library is here to help for the spring semester!

While Milner Library's building access remains limited at this time, we are here to help through curbside pickup, virtual research help, electronic resources, and more.
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How a former student employee found her passion working with circus route books

Learn how Alanah Ruffin '19 found her passion as a student working with Milner Library circus route books.
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NaNoWriMo, pandemic style: writing as self-care

With all that has gone on in 2020, taking care of ourselves is paramount. Learn how creative writing can benefit your wellness and learn about Milner's creative writing contest.
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The life of Circus Lady Josephine Demott

Milner Library's Digital Imaging Specialist Elizabeth Harman shares her experience learning about Circus Lady Josephine Demott as part of digitizing more than 300 circus route books.
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Take a break from reality through creative writing with Milner Library

Join Milner Library in taking a break from reality with creative writing throughout the month of November. All month long Milner will share resources, writing tips, and event host a contest...
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Access Milner Library’s electronic resources from anywhere, anytime

Milner Library's electronic resources include e-books, hundreds of databases, and topical library guides to help Redbirds do research anytime, from anywhere.
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New systemic racism resource available at Milner

Milner Library now offers the first of its kind topical library guide on systemic racism.
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CTLT events for the week of October 12

The Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology partners with Milner Library and others to host professional development events this week.
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Do you dare to enter Milner Library’s Two Sentence Horror Story Contest?

Flex those creative muscles and challenge yourself to tell the scariest story you can, in 400 characters or less. Submit your best two sentence horror story by Friday, October 23 at 11:59 p.m. to...
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Noted scholar to give virtual talk on racism in search engines

Best-selling author and associate professor Dr. Safiya Noble will give a virtual talk titled Algorithms of Oppression: How Search Engines Reinforce Racism at 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday, October 21,...