Emily Carr University Library

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  • Thursday, September 30th, 7pm-8:30pm
    Free, everyone welcome

    Garry Morse will be reading his poetry, as part of the On Edge reading series which is also part of Jacqueline Turner's ENGL 200: Creative Writing Creative Writing Creative Writing class.

    We'll be shutting down the public computers at 6:45pm until the end of the night. You're still welcome to come in and study, though it might be a little noisier than usual. Our circulation desk will be open, so you can still come and check out materials.

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  • What's your name? Where do you work?
    My name is Arlette Alcock. I work in the Emily Carr University of Art + Design Library at the circulation desk.  I am one of the people who check your books out to you.

    What do you like about the library?
    I enjoy the stories each borrower has to share: where they are from, their struggles and accomplishments, their art. 

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  • ARTstor is one of the image databases that the library subscribes to. ARTstor has large images and allows you to zoom in to see the detail in an image.

    There are more short video tutorials for ARTstor:

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  • Stumped about which databases to use for your critical studies research paper? Unsure where to start for industrial design research?

    Our journal article databases are now grouped by subject area. There's also a link to Google Scholar. You can still browse the journal article databases alphabetically.

    You can access all of our journal article databases from home too. At the login screen use your email login and password.

    Access our databases through the pink library hotlinks: Article Databases. Or through eresources in the grey navigation menu: article indexes + databases. 

  • Riley Nicholson is one of the new Foundation students. Alexandra Phillips challenged foundation students in Visual Arts 3D to make a structure, using only toothpicks and hot glue, that would protect an egg from breaking. Only 5 structures protected the eggs from breaking upon impact. Riley's structure survived, but the egg didn't.

  • We're excited to have a bike pump, patch kit, and multitool to lend out. You can check these out on 2 hour loan at the Library circulation desk.

    Don't know how to change a flat? Don't know if your bike has a Presta or Schrader valve? Learn from the excellent video tutorials at the Bicycle Tutor.

    Thanks to the Emily Carr Wellness Committee for purchasing these!

  • Library news now has an RSS feed. Not sure what that means? Watch RSS in Plain English over at Common Craft.

    RSS icon by dullhunk

  • Here is a list of new books and DVDs with their call numbers. Click on each title to see if it's available. You can place a hold on items that are checked out and you will be receive an email when they are available for pickup.

    In the Library, our new books are displayed by the current issues of magazines and journals.

    View previous new item lists

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  • The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art is celebrating its 75th anniversary in 2010. ARTstor users can now take a closer look at highlights from the museum's permanent collection of modern and contemporary art in the Digital Library. Access ARTstor by clicking on the Article Databases link in the pink Library hotlinks on the right.

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  • What's your name?
    Duane Elverum

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