7 Ways to De-Stress in the Library During Finals

7 Ways to De-Stress in the Library During Finals… Final exams are nearly upon us, and if you are serious about your studies, you will probably find yourself spending an inordinate amount of time at HPU Libraries finishing up projects and studying.  We realize you’ll spend most of this time “in the zone” knocking out […]

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Celebrate National Library Week 2016

Transform your ideas about the library: Celebrate National Library Week, April 10-16 This week, HPU Libraries joins libraries in schools, campuses and communities nationwide in celebrating the dynamic changes that are happening in today’s libraries. April 10-16 is National Library Week, a time to highlight the changing role of libraries, librarians and library workers. Libraries […]

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eBooks: We have ’em!

    Ebooks form an important part of the library collections at HPU. We are rapidly adding significant numbers of eBooks; we now have over 400,000 eBook titles, with nearly 100,000 added since May 2015. The Library Marketing Team (LMT) recently conducted an HPU eBook survey that revealed that a significant number of freshmen and […]

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On Display: Romance Reads for Valentine’s Day

            Are you running solo this Valentine’s day? Do you have a significant other but don’t feel like going out? With temperatures this weekend hovering barely above freezing, you might choose to just stay inside and live vicariously through fiction. If you are scheduling a date with a book this […]

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Media Services Presents: Tech Skills Workshop Series

Need to brush up on your tech skills this spring? Media Services at Smith Library has you covered! Media Librarian Amy Chadwell will be hosting a variety of technology skills workshops throughout the semester. See below for a brief description of upcoming workshops.   Upcoming Workshops: Streaming Film Resources from the Library January 20 @ […]

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8 Novels to Read Before They Become Movies in Spring 2016

Now, more than ever, screenwriters and directors are turning to popular novels for inspiration—and if the popularity of the Harry Potter, Twilight, and Hunger Games series are any indication, a “young adult” novel is perfect for a film adaptation. It’s no surprise, then, that many of the titles on this list fall into the YA […]

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