Below is the schedule for the extended study hours in Jamrich hall for the Winter 2018 semester finals week.
Opens Sunday, April 29 @ noon and closes Thursday, May 3 at 2:00 a.m. (Wednesday night).
Jamrich Hall hours during the remainder of the week are:
Opens Thursday, May 3, at 5:00 a.m. and closes Friday, May 4, at 2:00 a.m. (Thursday night).
Opens Friday, 4, at 5:00 a.m. and closes Friday, May 4, at 6:00 p.m.
Good luck with finals!
It’s your library! Help us re-imagine it!
All students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community members, we need you to help us plan for the future of the Lydia M. Olson Library. We’re starting to gather ideas, and we need you to tell us what you think.
Please take the brief survey at LIBRARY RENOVATION . It will only take a few minutes, and it’s anonymous.
Harry Potter and the Library Escape Room
Click HERE to make your reservation!
April 21st to April 22nd
Saturday: Noon to 6pm | Sunday: 1pm to 7pm
$1 Per Person
Library Room 223
This Harry Potter Themed Escape room was put together by the The Friends of the Lydia Olson Library.
Olson Library has opened a new tutoring center to help students with class assignments involving media. The Digital Media Tutoring Center, located in the old Microcard Reading Room on the 2nd floor of the library, contains three workstations with 34″ curved monitors, and two monitors with keyboards and mice to hook up NMU laptops. The workstations contain a wide variety of media editing software.
Since most students are doing less advanced media projects, much editing can be done on their laptops using the open source software–OpenShot for video and Audacity for audio. These programs are also available on the three workstations in the Center.
Three tutors–Megan Roesner, Tori Zremski, and Loren Earle–are available 25 hours a week to assist students with media editing. Available hours are on the DMTC website: http://library.nmu.edu/digitalmedia/. Available soon will be the ability to reserve a workstation.
Finally, the Center has limited equipment available for checkout at the Library’s Public Services Desk that will allow students to capture video and audio through camcorders, point and shoot cameras, audio recorders, and associated accessories.
If you have further questions, please contact Kevin McDonough, Reference Librarian and Coordinator of the DMTC, at 227-2118 or email@example.com.
For those planning to take one of the many graduate school entrance tests, the Learning Express Library has a variety of practice tests available. Made available by the Michigan eLibrary (the same folks that brought you MelCat), the Learning Express Library provides access to practice tests for the GRE, LSAT, MCAT, and a few other graduate school entrance exams. You will need to create an account before taking a test but once created you can track your progress and start and stop tests at your convenience. Give it a try and see what you think!
NMU is closed Tuesday 4/17/18 due to inclement weather. A decision for evening classes will be made by 2pm. Evening classes are classes starting at 5pm or later. If evening classes are held, the Olson Library will open as well.
NMU is closed Monday 4/16/18 due to inclement weather. A decision for evening classes will be made by 2pm. Evening classes are classes starting at 5pm or later. If evening classes are held, the Olson Library will open as well.
NMU is closed today, Sunday, April 15, 2018, due to inclement weather. This means that the Olson Library is also closed. Please stay safe and warm.
Lydia M. Olson Library, with the support of the NMU Foundation, will be having its inaugural competition for an annual library/archives research award to be given to one undergraduate student for a project that effectively uses resources from the Lydia M. Olson Library and/or Central Upper Peninsula & NMU Archives. Any scholarly or creative project produced by an NMU undergraduate that uses resources from the Olson Library and/or the Archives is eligible. Students will submit their project with an essay describing how library and/or archives resources were used in its development. The winner will receive a cash prize of $500.
Students must have a faculty member sign off on their work, using the cover sheet found here. They must submit a copy of the project and a 500-word essay describing how Lydia M. Olson Library and/or Central Upper Peninsula & NMU Archives resources contributed to its production. A faculty and staff committee will judge the works. Winners will be announced at the annual Celebration of Student Scholarship on April 12.
Submissions must be made to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, March 30, 2018.
The library has a mobile site for accessing various resources and services. We offer some key features in a small package: Searching OneSearch for articles, renewing and searching for books, news, and more.
Anyone using a smartphone or tablet should be redirected automatically to the mobile site, but if not, point your browser to library.nmu.edu/mobile.