Join us for a discussion of December's Book Club title, The Invoice by Jonas Karlsson, in The Max Room on the library's 4th floor, Thursday, December 1, at 4pm. The first four students who sign up get a free copy!
A passionate film buff, our hero’s life revolves around his part-time job at a video store, the company of a few precious friends, and a daily routine that more often than not concludes with pizza and movie in his treasured small space in Stockholm. When he receives an astronomical invoice from a random national bureaucratic agency, everything will tumble into madness as he calls the hotline night and day to find out why he is the recipient of the largest bill in the entire country (Summary from Goodreads).
UCO students will present "Central African Art in Context," comparative studies of Central African and Contemporary American Art on Tuesday, December 6, in Chambers Library Room 226. The event is free and open to all, and will take place from 3:00-6:00pm, with a 15-20 minute break with refreshments.
"Central African Art in Context" was organized by Dr. Teresa Pac, Assistant Professor, Global Art and Visual Culture Coordinator, Nicole Willard, Director of Archives and Special Collections and Library Development, and Shikoh Shiraiwa, Library Technician.
Music and Dance Online from Alexander Street includes video of live performances, audio recordings, instructional films, previously unpublished works from acclaimed playwrights, performance posters and playbills, video interviews, and choreography not seen since the time of its original performance.
Our trial for this database runs through December 15, 2016. Please contact Deborah Thompson if you have questions or comments. Thank you for helping us evaluate this resource!
IBISWorld Industry Reports provides access to US Industry Reports, Specialized Industry Reports, Business Environment Profiles, Industry Summaries, US Risk Ratings, International Industry Report Collections, and Global Industry Reports.
Our trial for this database runs through December 10, 2016. Please contact Deborah Thompson if you have questions or comments. Thank you for helping us evaluate this resource!
Congratulations, Grace Otto, winner of our fall 2016 Student Employee of the Semester!
Grace demonstrates excellent patron service, is patient with those who may need more help, has learned her responsibilities quickly, and never needs to be reminded of her tasks. In addition she is always willing to step in and fill absences.