Thursday, May 24, 2007
Just bring your laptop, plug in, and you're wired directly to the College's network!
Wireless service is also available throughout the Library.
Monday, May 14, 2007
and prompt assistance with my requests for archival, research, and
biographical materials: the late Fr. Frederick Black, C.S.B., archivist of
St. Michael's College and the Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies
at the University of Toronto, and Ms. Evelyn Collins, his successor;
Mrs. Judith McManus, Reference Librarian, Georgetown University;
Mr. Kevin O'Hagan, Library Assistant, Northern Virginia Community
College; and Professors André Motte and Paul Gochet, University of
Liège, and Mathieu Marion, University of Quebec at Montreal."
Thursday, May 10, 2007
Once again this semester the Alexandria Campus Library observed extended hours for the last week of classes and final exams. The library opened half an hour early every morning at 8am and closed an hour later every evening at 11pm.
[l-r: Anne Anderson, Kevin O'Hagan & Brandee Worsham are up late!]
Extended Library hours have become a popular Alexandria tradition. Over 300 students took advantage of the early openings and late closings, using the Library before 8.30am or after 10pm. In keeping with tradition, the Library also provided a late night study break consisting of cookies, pretzels, iced tea & lemonade.
Extended hours are made possible through the voluntary participation of Library staff who commit to arriving early, staying late or picking up extra desk shifts during the day to allow the Library to be be open for students preparing final papers & projects and studying for exams.
The Library staff wish all NOVA students good luck in their exams!