Resources and Collections

Lumbee Indians bibliography website relaunch

The Lumbee Indians: An Annotated Bibliography, a website that has been online since 2002, was relaunched today in an easier-to-use, database-driven format. The website provides references—most of them annotated—for sources about North Carolina's Lumbee Indians. The Lumbee Tribe is one of eight tribes recognized by the state of North Carolina and has had a limited form of federal recognition since 1956.

Summer Reading Book - Library Resources

Since 1997, incoming freshmen at ASU have been asked to read a book as part of their orientation to Appalachian State University. By participating in the Summer Reading Program, students establish a common experience with other new students.

Database Testing Monday June 26

On Monday, June 24th, between 6:30am and 9:30am, the library will be testing a new product to access databases.  The test will be on EBSCO databases, such as Academic Search Complete, PsycINFO, Environment Complete or CINHAL Complete.

The library is testing functionality only – for example, can you get to the resource? Does the ILLiad link work and fill the correct form out with the resource information? We will work on the interface’s "look and feel" if the tests prove successful.

Rhinehart Room Open Wednesday Afternoons

The Rhinehart Rare Books and Special Collection Room at Appalachian State University's Belk Library and Information Commons is open to the public Wednesday afternoons from 1 to 4 p.m. through July 31.

Download EBSCO ebooks to your iPad or iPhone

We have one ebook collection that allows you to check out ebooks and download them to read offline.  The (EBSCO) eBook Collection has about 120,000 ebooks.  These are not bestsellers but have been published by small and academic presses.  You can browse here, but you're also likely to find them in our catalog.

Here's how to get them on your iPad, iPhone, or Android device.  You have to do these first 4 steps just once:

Summer Reading Book - Library Resources

The Summer Reading Book for 2013 is American Dervish by Ayad Akhtar. Since 1997, incoming freshmen at Appstate have been asked to read a book as part of their orientation to Appalachian State University. By participating in the Summer Reading Program, students establish a common experience with other new students.

New Jack Jeffers Exhibit on 4th Floor

A new photography exhibit, “Cabin in the Woods: The Early Appalachian Still Life Photography of Jack Jeffers,” is now on display in the Dougherty Reading Room in Special Collections on the 4th floor of Belk Library and Information Commons. The exhibit is accessible during the regular operating hours of the Dougherty Reading Room, Monday through Friday, 10am – 4pm.

Summer Reading Recommendations

Ready for a fantastic journey that is definitely within your travel budget? Here are some of the best, hammock ready recommendations from Belk's Library's literary travel agents:

McFadden Collection Dedication Today, 4/24

Special Collections cordially invites you to attend the dedication of the Maggie McFadden Collection in Women’s Studies.

Date: Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Time: 4:00 to 6:00 pm

Remarks at 4:00 pm

Location: Belk Library, Room 421

Selections from the collection will be on exhibit in the Rhinehart Room following the remarks.

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