Whats going on at your campus may vol. 6


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Whats going on at your campus may vol. 6

  1. 1. May Vol. 6What’s Going on @Your Campus?
  2. 2. Choose Privacy Week @ WPK Photos & Captions Submitted by Amanda
  3. 3. Choose Privacy Week @ WPK • Your Subtopics Go Here
  4. 4. Displays @ WPK Photos & Captions Submitted by Amanda
  5. 5. New ideas from NWK New initiative started at NWK. Susan hope to have a “feel-good” moment every week ! Slide Submitted by Susan
  6. 6. Displays @ Paramus Nat’l Stress Month Money Smart Week Its Tuesday - so the library is full Photos & Captions Submitted by Maria
  7. 7. Displays & Events @ Paramus Cinco De Mayo Dance Competition Photos & Captions Cinco De Mayo Display Submitted by Maria
  8. 8. OFF Campus Events April 28, Darlington Park, Mahwah - Maria with several students and associates marched for healthier babies in the March of Dimes Walk. Photos & Captions Submitted by Maria
  9. 9. Displays @ Woodbridge Health Awareness Month Poetry Month Photos & Captions Submitted by Bonnie
  10. 10. Poetry Reading Event @ MDL Bonnie opened the event with a "Beatles" song celebrating the coming of spring. This song was especially relevant since the event was dedicated to the themes of spring, birth and creation I read a poem by the great Russian poetess Anna Achmatova in Russian while Bonnie read my translation of it Joy Browne and Kevin Frey http://www.onetruemedia.com/shared?p=10d672b07c5a2d read their selections while 2 be44ecbd1&skin_id=701&utm_source=otm&utm_medium students who are poets =text_url themselves spontaneously asked for the privilege to recite Students actively participated expressing keen their own stuff and genuine interest in the subject. During the Each recited poem was event we reflected on history, philosophy, discussed by the participants of literature, sociology, politics and much more the event. Joy Browne and since all this can be found in a condensed form Kevin Frey often led the in the poetry we read. I enjoyed the event Video Submitted discussion making illuminating immensely as I am sure did the majority of the by Bonnie comments. participants. CommentsSubmitted by Eugene
  11. 11. Displays @ Westchester We had an audiobook listening station to promote the use of We put up a comedy display our new audiobook collection. featuring an "LOL" sign to generate some interest. Weve kept it as a pretty fixed display to feature comedies new and old. Surprisingly a few older comedies Captionsgone out. Photos & have Submitted by Matthew
  12. 12. Displays @ WestchesterThe changes to our study room are underway:the entire room was repainted; an accent wall has been painted to match the main libraryroom; a new flat screen TV has been mounted on the wall; and inspirational posters have been framed and hung. We plan to have one wall painted with "white board paint" so thatstudents and faculty can brainstorm and write directly onto thePhotos & We hope to have a wall. Captions naming contest and let the students suggest Submitted by Matthew names for the new room.
  13. 13. Mental Health Month @ WST For the first week of May wehad a brainteaser contest. Two students solved the puzzle Photos & Captions Submitted by Matthew
  14. 14. Bookmobile @ WST In order to better serve associates, we created a "bookmobile" and wheeled it through the building. We distributed and collected "Getting to Know You" surveys to better build our collection. The bookmobile was very well received with several items checked out (we took a laptop to keep track of checkouts) and quite a few items returned ("Oh, Ive been meaning to return this but havent gotten upstairs yet!"). A Photos & CaptionsSubmitted by Matthew few students expressed interest also. (Photo
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