The Annette and Irwin Eskind Family Biomedical Library and Learning Center is now open after a year-long renovation. In addition, the library will unveil its new library platform on Monday, July 23rd and a new web site on Tuesday, July 24th. The year-long renovation brings new lighting, new furniture, a beautiful information desk, an amazing… Keep Reading
An updated collaborative study area on the 6th floor of Central (room 614) has been completed and is ready for use. The space has new furniture, more electrical outlets, dimmable LED lights, and more. Check it out!
The Eskind Biomedical Library will be closing for renovations from August 2017 to July 2018. Architectural renderings of the upcoming Eskind Biomedical Library are available on the first floor of the library. Please send any comments, suggestion, questions, or concerns to email@example.com. More detailed information will be available in June and July.
Now that the dust has settled, the Alyne Queener Massey Law Library is pleased to showcase three new sound proof study rooms and a new digital sign that will enhance our patrons’ experiences. The new study rooms are located in the northeast corner of the Main Reading Room and are available for group study. Law… Keep Reading
Starting Monday, May 18, construction begins on three new study rooms, an accessible door, and a digital sign as the Massey Law Library continues enhancements to benefit our patrons. The new study rooms will be located in the main reading room where the state codes used to be shelved. These new rooms will be sound proof… Keep Reading
The Special Collections and University Archives Library will be renovated from May to August, 2012. During this time, the public service area will move to the Divinity Library, Room 211 (also known as the Electronic Classroom). For assistance with Special Collections, contact staff at (615) 322-2807, firstname.lastname@example.org. Special Collections Renovations News and updates
Well it’s pretty much done. The Central Library renovation project has been completed and what a triumph it is. It’s hard to believe how much was accomplished in such a short time. Check out the slideshow to see . And don’t forget to vote for your favorite name for the new library cafe.
See “green” elements of the 2010 renovation of the 2nd and 4th floors.
Full article about the library’s new outdoor electronic exhibit available here.
By LIZ FURLOW Central Cafe A new cafe opened in Central Library on Wednesday, and many students are enjoying the convenience it offers. Situated to the right of the main entrance, the cafe is the latest addition to the renovated library and offers students the opportunity to buy meals or snacks while they study. (more)