Events

Winners of the "Go Green - Guess How Many" Contest

Thanks to the 49 entries in our "Go Green - Guess How Many" Bottles and Cans contest!  We had a great time with this contest!  Guesses ranged from 37 - 70,000 (with the caveat that it was because there is a black hole in the middle of the bag)!  The correct number was 102.

Books Are Fun Book Fair this Thursday and Friday!

Come enjoy the Books Are Fun book fair held at Belk Lbrary and Information Commons

Room 421, Belk Library
Appalachian State University

Thursday, April 12, 2012; 11am - 5pm
Friday, April 13, 2012; 8am - 2pm

 

Life and Death in the Pyramid Age

The Doorways International Program Series presents Egyptologist Dr. Peter Lacovara, on the topic of "Life and Death in the Pyramid Age: The Emory Old Kingdom Mummy."

Date: Thursday April 12, 2012

Time: 5:30 pm

Location: Belk Library and Information Commons, Room 114

Life and Death in the Pyramid Age: The Emory Old Kingdom Mummy

ASU's Favorite Books

In celebration of National Library Week (April 8-14), Belk Library will be gathering input from students, faculty, and staff about what their favorite books are. We'll be gathering entries via a form on the library's website, and then posting them on one of the library's Pinterest boards.

Global Film Series Presents Tambien la Lluvia

The Appalachian State University Global Film Series presents Tambien la Lluviaa (Even the Rain) on Tuesday, March 6, at 7 p.m. in I.G. Greer Auditorium. Admission is free.

The award-winning film is directed by Iciar Bollain and stars Gael Garcia Bernal and Luis Tosar.

Set in contemporary Cochabamba, Bolivia, the film deals with matters of globalization, indigenous rights, and environmental/sustainable development issues.

Flash Fiction Contest

Submit a short work of fiction (must be 500 words or less) and you could win a $150 gift certificate from the University Bookstore. Gift certificates to the top 3 authors. Open to all current Appalachian State University Students.

Web of Science and Endnote Training Sessions

Belk Library is hosting training sessions for Web of Science and EndNote Web.

Date: Tuesday, February 14

Time: Web of Science 12:00pm - 1:00pm | EndNote 1:00pm - 2:00pm

Location: Belk Library, room 024

Thomson Reuters, producer of both products, is sending one of their trainer/teachers for one workshop for each product.  Seating in each session is limited to the first 40 who email requesting a seat.  Each class is 1 hour.

Library Tours: January 23 - February 2

The library will be offering orientation tours for first year seminar and transfer students from January 23rd through February 2nd. Any other student who would like to attend is welcome as well! The tours will take approximately 45 minutes.

The schedule is:

Monday & Wednesday: 3:00 pm and 9:00 pm

Tuesday & Thursday: 11:00 am and 8:00 pm

Please meet by the dancers statue in the Atrium of Belk Library.

If you have any questions about the tours, please contact Amanda Bird at 828-262-2085.

"Food for Fines" Project December 12 - December 20, 2011

The Belk Library Student Advisory Group (in cooperation with Library Administration) will be doing a service learning project by sponsoring a "Food for Fines" drive beginning Monday, December 12th at 7:30 am until Dec 20th at 6 pm. 

Starting Monday, 12/12, we will be accepting 1 canned food item for every $1.00 (or partial part of a $1.00) owed on fines up to $15.00. NOTE:  Fines that have already been sent to Student Accounts are not eligible for this offer.  Canned good cannot be credited toward lost book charges.

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Work, Life and Fun in Modern China

Date: Thursday, November 17, 2011

Time: 2:00 pm

Location: Belk Library, room 421

The Doorways International Program Series presents "Work, Life & Fun in Modern China" a panel presentation with visiting Chinese Scholars. Come and hear about life, work and fun in modern China. This is an interactive panel so be curious and bring questions! There might even be tasty tidbits of Chinese food to sample.

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