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Lilly Library on East Campus When is the library open? How do I find a book? Where do I print?*
Duke University’s newest students can find the answers to these questions (and more!) on the Library’s First-Year Library Services portal page.
Each August, a new class of undergraduates arrives in Durham ready to immerse themselves in the Duke Community. Duke University Libraries serve as the core of intellectual life on campus. On East Campus particularly, the Lilly and Music Libraries have the unique opportunity to introduce our newest “Dukies” to the array of Library resources and research services available.
To help navigate the vast Library resources, we’ve created a portal especially for First-Year students. Through this portal page, new students (and even some not-so-new) can discover all that the Duke University Libraries offer:
Quick Facts: about collections and loan policies
Where: to study, print, and … eat!
How: to find and check out books & material, and get…
Help!: Meet the “who” – Librarians, Specialists, & Residence Hall Librarians
Research 101: how to navigate the Research Process
Citation 101: how to cite using recommended styles
*And when is the Library open?
Find the answer in our list of the Top 12 Questions, developed with input from First-Year Library Advisory Board students.
On East Campus, after students settle in and begin classes, the Lilly Library and Duke Music Library offer several ways for the newest “Dukies” to learn and benefit from the incredible resources of the Duke Libraries. Lilly and Music sponsor Library Orientation events such as scavenger hunts, film showings, and prize drawings to familiarize them with library services and collections. In recent years, students played The Library Games, and were wowed by the Incredibles and the Libraries’ super powers. This year, the Class of 2019 will experience the power of discovery because …The “Library is Open”! Schedule of Events for Fall Semester 2015 Movie on the Quad: Jurassic Park
- When: Wednesday, August 26th at 9pm
- Where: East Campus Quad between Lilly & the East Campus Union
- When: Wednesday, September 2nd at 7pm
- Where: Lilly Library
- Join the First-Year Library Advisory Board
- Meet your Duke University Residence Hall Librarians
- Work in the Libraries
After the excitement of the new semester subsides, the Duke University Libraries continue to reach out to our students,always ready to offer research support and access to resources in support of their scholarly needs.
Here’s to a great year – and Duke career – filled with academic success!
If you regularly use WorldCat through the Duke University Libraries website, you might notice a small change soon.
Starting Tuesday, June 30, the Libraries will link to WorldCat through a new platform called WorldCat Discovery, instead of FirstSearch, the platform we’ve been using for some time. WorldCat Discovery is available online now at http://duke.on.worldcat.org/advancedsearch, and we invite you to take it for a test-drive!
You can find out more about WorldCat Discovery Services at https://www.oclc.org/worldcat-discovery/features.en.html, and send feedback about the new interface to Emily Daly, email@example.com.
Join the English Majors’ Union and Duke Libraries for a summer Book Club on Wednesday July 1st at noon in 328 Allen.
We will be reading The Moor’s Account by Laila Lalami. This book was a Pulitzer Prize for Fiction finalist.
Duke faculty, staff, and (especially) students are welcome!
E-mail Rebecca Gibson (firstname.lastname@example.org) to RSVP.
The 2015 season of the American Dance Festival has now kicked off with fabulous performances through July 25th.
To help you get your groove on, check out dance-themed highlights from Lilly Library’s film/video collection in the Lilly Video Spotlight: Dance on Film.
If our spotlight whets your appetite, explore Lilly Library’s large selection of dance DVDs to keep you tripping the light fantastic all summer long. Don’t feel like tripping the light fantastic with Lilly? The ADF Archives serve as an excellent resource for dance historians, and this summer the International Screendance Festival hosts screenings at the Nasher Museum of Art.
Updated from a June 2014 post authored by Danette Pachtner, Librarian for Film, Video & Digital Media and Women’s Studies