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Kelsey bensen's library visit summary


Here are the five libraries that I visited I hope you enjoy my presentation

Here are the five libraries that I visited I hope you enjoy my presentation

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  • 1. By Kelsey BensenProfessor Sippel Libt 1100-sec 29
  • 2. COMMUNITY LIBRARY- ST. LOUIS PARK LIBRARYHoursM 10-9Tu 10-9W 10-5Th 1-9F 10-5Sa 10-5Su 12-5 www.hclib.org 3240 Library Lane St. Louis Park, 55426
  • 3. Special services Interlibrary loan Coin-operated copiers Legal Research Resources Microform Readers
  • 4. Outreach Services  Outreach Services goal is to bring the library to the nontraditional or under-served patron through programs and services. Whether patrons are in their homes, senior housing, rehabilitation centers or county correctional facilities, Outreach Services brings the library experience and resources to the community.
  • 5. Events Family Story time Tuesdays, September 13, Sept. 20, Sept. 27, Oct. 4, Oct. 18, Oct. 25, Nov. 1, Nov. 8, Nov. 15 & Nov. 22, 7:00 p.m. For children age 2 and up. Share books, stories, rhymes, music, and movement with your children. Hanukkah, Christmas and Kwanzaa Stories and Fun Saturday, Dec. 3, 10:30–11:30 a.m. Toddler-Grade 5. Enjoy stories, songs and dances of Hanukkah, Christmas and Kwanzaa. Arrive early to play with dreidels. A craft activity will follow the program.
  • 6. Computers  Access to the Internet at  Services offered at all libraries: Hennepin County Library is • word processing (MS Word available to anyone with a 2007) • presentation software (MS valid library card registered Power point 2007) (except Osseo in the system. Sign up is on Library) a first-come, first-serve • sophisticated graphics basis. Reservations may only software (GIMP) be made in person. • desktop publishing software (Scribus) • laser printing (no iron-on Library users can also bring transfers, which can damage the their own laptop computers printers.) to any library location and • users may download to disk, use free wireless Internet USB drive, or burn to CD. access (Wi-Fi).
  • 7. Public Library- Ridge dale LibraryHoursM 10-9Tu 10-9W 10-9Th 10-9 12601 Ridgedale Dr.F 10-5 Minnetonka, 55305Sa 10-5Su 12-5 www.hclib.org
  • 8. Facts about Hennepin County Library Hennepin County Library launched in 1922; its headquarters are at Ridgedale Library in Minnetonka, Minn. In 2008 the Hennepin County Library system merged with the Minneapolis Library system, creating a premier 41-library system to serve both city and suburban Hennepin County. Forty-one libraries. More than 5 million books, CDs and DVDs in 40 world languages. Around 1,750 public computers. Eleven library board members. One great system serving 1.1 million residents of Hennepin County.
  • 9. Events  Author Talk: N.M. Kelby Tuesday, Nov. 15, 7 p.m. Nationally renowned author Kelby will read from her new novel, "White Truffles in Winter." The novel imagines the world of the remarkable French chef Auguste Escoffier (1846-1935) in the twilight of his years. Books will be available for purchase and signing. Sponsored by Friends of the Ridgedale Library; Sponsored by the Magers and Quinn Booksellers. Socrates Café Thursdays, Sept. 1–Nov. 17, 7 p.m. Sit back and philosophize with your friends and neighbors. The topic is decided by popular vote at the beginning of the meeting. All welcomed; no experience necessary. The concept of Socrates Café is based on the book of the same name by Christopher Phillips.
  • 10. Academic Library- MCTC MON-THUR- 7:45-8:45PM FRI.- 7:45 AM-5:45 PM SATURDAY-9AM-4PM SUNDAY CLOSED WWW. MINNEAPOLIS.EDU
  • 11. Resources Circulating and reference materials Electronic resources Course Reserves Alternative Press Magazines
  • 12.  Reference librarians are available at the reference desk Mon-Thur. 9am-5pm Librarians are on call Mon-Thur- 6pm to 8pm Fri and Sat. 9am to 4pm
  • 13. Technology Twenty eight research computers, five printers and three copy machines.
  • 14. Research Library- O’ShaughnessyFrey Library University of St. Thomas• 2115 Summit Ave, St. Paul, MN 55105• Hours: Sun 12-2• Mon-Thur- 7:30 am-2am• Fri.7:30am-8pm• Sun. 10am-6pm• www.stthomas.edu/libraries
  • 15.  The Department of Special Collections at the OShaughnessy-Frey Library houses the University of St. Thomas Libraries collection of rare books and manuscripts as well as the University Archives. Its collection of more than 23,000 book volumes and 2400 cubic feet of manuscripts and archival records includes important collections of photographs, films, architectural drawings and ephemera.
  • 16.  The collections held by the the University Archives document the history of the University of St. Thomas, the St. Paul Seminary, Nazareth Hall Seminary, St. John Vianney Seminary, St. Thomas Military Academy (to 1965) and the Catholic Digest (1939 - 2001). Among its holdings are the official records of administrative offices, academic departments & student organizations, theses & dissertations, the College newspaper (The Aquin), the College and Academy yearbooks (Aquinas and The Kaydet), plus selected professional papers and publications of UST faculty and administrators.
  • 17.  Housed in the OShaughnessy-Frey Library, the Media Resources Collection includes streaming videos, DVDs, videocassettes, CD- ROMs, and others. Its primary mission is to support the Universitys curriculum and instruction.
  • 18. Special Library EconomicsResearch Library University ofMinnesota• Hours Mon-Fri 1-4:30• 1925 fourth Street South Minneapolis• Location: 3-145 Herbert M. Hanson Hall• www.econ.umn.edu
  • 19.  Consists of economics and mathematics books, economics journals, working papers, and a few government publications. Can be used by anyone but only faculty and graduate students from Department of Economics can check items out.
  • 20. History of Library The library began in 1967 with donated books and journals from department professors, with many from the collection of Jacob Schmookler. A fund was set up for purchasing books and journal subscriptions, and we still acquire books. Journals are now accessed primarily through the University Librarys electronic collection, although we have the major economics journals in paper from 2000-2008. There is a useful like to our new book lists, economics journals and the index EconLit on the website above.
  • 21. Conclusion I enjoyed visiting all of these libraries but the one I didn’t like was the library in St. Thomas because it was huge and you could get confused in it very easily if it is the first time you visit this library. the one I liked the most was the one in Ridgedale because I am familiar with it and know where all the books are located.