It’s National Library Week, and we are celebrating with several events and activities at HPU Libraries. The theme of this year’s celebration is:
Lives change @ your library, which you will see throughout the library.
Also, we’d like to hear from you! How has the library changed your life? Maybe a librarian helped you get started on your research or showed you how to write citations for your paper. Maybe you learned how to use media software or how to create and print a research poster. Maybe you found an awesome book or film that changed your perspective or engaged your imagination. Maybe you found a quiet place to study or somewhere to hold a group meeting.
Additionally, HPU Libraries will be creating READ posters featuring some of our biggest fans—our faculty!
HPU Faculty can stop by the library April 11, 14, or 15 from 11:30 am-1:30 pm to have your picture taken with your favorite book, or with a book that has changed your life in some way. (You can bring your own copy of the book or borrow the library’s copy, if we have one.)
On Thursday, April 17 from 2-3 pm, we will have a campus-wide reception to reveal your READ posters in the Smith Library Powell Room. The posters will be displayed in the library and potentially in other locations around campus. The President and the Provost have already had their READ posters created to show off to the campus. Email Nita Williams or Kathy Shields for more information.