In honor of National Library Week, take a step back in time and learn about all of the different places on campus the University’s library has welcomed students, faculty, and staff.
Homecoming: Redbirds in Flight, April 5-11, will celebrate with virtual or socially distanced events.
Did you know that Illinois State University used to have its own library science program? Join ISU Archivist April Anderson Zorn on April 8 as she explores the Redbird history of the library science program as well as gives updates on program alumni.
Milner Library’s physical building reopens for current ISU students, faculty, staff, and retirees, beginning February 1.
Illinois State University archivists at the Jo Ann Rayfield Archives in Milner Library are in the process of gathering student, faculty, staff, and alumni stories during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The University is announcing changes to testing for the weekend, and a change in operations at Milner Library.
View historical and present day items chronicling women’s fight for equality and voting, provided by numerous sources including the Dr. Jo Ann Rayfield Archives, Illinois State University Special Collections, and ISU Digital Collections.
Changes are coming to many of Milner Library’s digital collections!
The Dr. JoAnn Rayfield Archives invites members of the Illinois State University community to share their collections and stories related to their experiences during the coronavirus pandemic.
Users may now explore this rich history through a new digital collection available from ISU ReD, Milner Library’s institutional repository.