Library

August 2018


Choose your instruction menu
Check out our new Library Instruction Menu! This is a guide to planning and making instruction requests for a librarian to visit your class.
Step 1: Choose How Much Time You Have For Library Instruction
Step 2: Choose Your Learning Outcomes to Customize a Lesson or Choose from Our Library Instruction Options
Step 3: Visit bit.ly/libraryinstructionrequest To Make Your Instruction Request
Each session is customizable and can include pre-classroom assignments for heightened impact!
Friday, August 31, 2018 to Monday, November 12, 2018

map of after hours study space in NHE 113
After a successful pilot project in Spring 2018, Nelson Hall East will continue to be open through the night for after-hours studying, from 10pm - 7:30am.  Please check out this space for your late night studying needs!
 
Tuesday, September 4, 2018 to Friday, December 14, 2018

image of top of Fall 2018 Library Newsletter
Read the latest Library Newsletter and learn about SkillShops, Brain Booth, ideaFest Journal, Textbooks on Reserve, Archive Interns, SpaceUse, Open Education, and Kindness Rocks, plus upcoming events! The Seismic Edition insert explains how the Library continues to improve, maps where offices have been moved, and invites you to Pints to Support the HSU Library at Redwood Curtain Brewery on Wednesday, Sept. 19 from 5-9pm.
Friday, August 24, 2018 to Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Brain Booth Designated Open Space Drop-in Hours
Activity stations will be set up in the Brain Booth Designated Open Space outside of Library 208 on the 2nd floor for drop-in hours on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 11am-3pm. 
Come to relax and try out the equipment -  biofeedback, sound and light therapy, VR goggles, coloring, meditation, and other activities that promote intentional brain breaks and support emotional self-regulation and singular thoughtful focus.
Monday, October 8, 2018 to Wednesday, October 31, 2018

This fall semester, we mark the beginning of the construction for our much anticipated Seismic Retrofit Project. To accommodate the necessary structural work on the Library building, several programs currently in the Library are temporarily moving to the Campus Events Field as the final phase of the Seismic Retrofit Project starts this fall and wraps up in the Fall of 2019. The upcoming year of relocations are an opportunity to undergo required structural improvements and repairs and expand the footprint of the Library lower floor, providing spaces that more effectively serve the needs of the University. You can read more from Humboldt State Now: Major Construction, Relocation Coming to Campus.
What does all this mean? The following programs will be temporarily relocated and returning Fall 2019: Testing Center, Learning Center, Student Disability Resource Center (SDRC), Veterans Enrollment & Transition Services (VETS), Writing Studio, and Educational Opportunity Program (EOP). The map of the Campus Events Field is on back of this flyer, and more details available online at: facilitymgmt.humboldt.edu/library-seismic-retrofit-relocation-project.
There will be some internal movements as well. The computer lab Library 121 will be relocated to Library 308, and the computers on the first floor in Library 122 will be moved to the second floor. Technology Help will temporarily move into Library 208, and the Research Help Desk will move into the Access Services Checkout Desk.
In addition to enhancing the strength and flexibility of the building, the Seismic Retrofit Project enlarges the lower floor of the Library, helping us to better meet the current needs of the University. The Youth Educational Services (Y.E.S.) and Academic and Career Advising Center (ACAC) will move into the Library building, and we are happy to be able to expand spaces for existing programs as well. In addition, Library 121 will be reconfigured to better meet the needs of faculty and students, and Library 308 will be converted to an active learning classroom in Fall 2019.
Directional signs in the Library will indicate the relocations, and we sincerely appreciate your patience, feedback, and suggestions. Although you may see fencing around the building, the path into the Library will always be open, and we will continue making this the welcoming and inclusive space you love for studying, collaboration, research, and creativity.
Lastly, please join us for the wonderful educational programs provided by the SkillShops, and various library events: Welcome Back Open House August 23rd from 3-5pm, and the HSU Authors Celebration February 14, 2019. While you are visiting, please stop by the Administration Office in Library 108, I am happy to share any updates and answer questions you may have about the Library. Have a wonderful 2018-2019 academic year!
Friday, August 17, 2018 to Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Pints to support the HSU Library Wed., Sept. 19, 2018 5-9pm Redwood Curtain Brewery 550 S G st. Arcata For every pint sold: $1 goes to supporting HSU Library, student internships, special collections, textsbooks on reserve, etc.
Come to the Redwood Curtain Brewery, 550 S. G Street, Arcata, for games, trivia, and more fun while raising money for the HSU Library's student internships, special collections, textbooks on reserve, and other services.  $1 of every pint sold will go to your library.  Activities start at 5pm on Wednesday, September 19th.
Friday, August 17, 2018 to Wednesday, September 19, 2018