Faculty and Staff: Check Out Books for Your Children at HPU

Did you know that the School of Education Resource Center is available to HPU faculty and staff? Just bring your passport and you can use it to check out books from our collection of 6,000+ classic and modern children’s literature, from picture books to novels–even graphic novels for kids! We have something for every age, […]

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OED Online: Informing. Surprising. Delighting.  

Often without realizing it, we live in a largely unseen world of linguistic connections, that since birth, have rooted each of us directly in antiquity. Language and vocabulary, learned from our parents or families, provide connections to both our immediate, recent and far distant pasts. High Point University Libraries provide access to over 200 databases, […]

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Time Travel to HPU Libraries

Who doesn’t wish they could time travel at a time like this? Whether you’re looking back to the time before Spring Break when we were on campus together or looking forward to (hopefully!) returning soon, the idea of a time machine is more appealing now than ever. Fortunately, HPU Libraries offers many ways to spend […]

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Publishers Expand eBook Access in Response to COVID-19

As the world of education adapts to the sudden pivot to online education amidst the current public health crisis, academic librarians are now focusing primarily on helping students and faculty access the resources they need remotely. Initially this was quite a challenge, particularly with textbooks, many of which are either not available for library purchase […]

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Access HPU Libraries from Anywhere

High Point University announced recently that Spring Break will be extended another week and classes will be moving online the following week in order to do our part to help “flatten the curve” of the COVID-19 outbreak. Librarians have since been working to ensure that the campus community has access to the information and resources […]

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On Display: Take 20 Minutes and Read Something New in 2020

Finding something new and varied to read for interest and enjoyment can sometimes be a challenge. By its very nature, the act of reading to oneself is a personal and intimate experience. So much of the reading process involves the reader syncing their imagination, experiences and expectations with that of the author. It can be […]

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Love Is In the Air! Love Stories in the Library

February is the perfect month to celebrate all things romance in the library. With Valentine’s Day quickly approaching, why not check out a few love stories to get in the mood? Finding romance novels in the library is easy. In Smith Library, turn to your right as soon as you come in the door, and […]

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