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3D Printing at HPU Libraries: What will you Create?

by Bryan Nicholls, ILL Assistant The term “3D printing” gets tossed around a lot in modern conversation. Most of us have a very basic understanding about what 3D printing is; we know that a 3D printer creates more tangible products than a standard printer. It’s a pretty cool idea just to think about. Popular television […]

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Make a Christmas Wish at Smith Library

by HPU Libraries Staff The holidays are a special time for many reasons. Quality time with family and friends, religious traditions, snow on the ground, and at HPU, our unforgettable Community Christmas are just the beginning. December is a time to reflect on the year you’ve had, learn from your mistakes and celebrate your successes. […]

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Be a Lifelong Learner: Take the 14-day Learn Harder Challenge!

If someone asked you “what are you learning in college?” you may respond with ‘subject knowledge’ or ‘writing skills,’ or ‘making coffee without a coffee maker.’ Can a college education help you fix your car? Manage your money? Learn a new skill, like playing piano? In fact, it can—by teaching you how to ask questions, […]

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Poems on a Corner

Our weekly selection of poems, Pause. Read. Enjoy, displayed in campus libraries, is temporarily changing during the early weeks of 2017. In a class taught last semester by HPU English Department instructor, Charmaine Cadeau, a group of five High Point University poets recently sought to explore how literature can involve all the senses, including those […]

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Capturing the Essence of HPU Libraries

Capturing the Essence of HPU Libraries Blog post by Andrew Fair, Evening Reference Librarian HPU librarians partner year-round, in multiple ways, with all the groups we serve. Not surprisingly, we actively collaborate with faculty and teaching staff on many levels: teaching library instruction classes; helping with course planning and preparation; acquiring new materials for our […]

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