The MLC will be closed, along with the rest of UGA’s Athens campus, at 3:30pm January 6. Please check the MLC website for hours/closings throughout the weekend at http://mlc.uga.edu/
The fair will be from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. October 21 & 22 in the second floor rotunda of the MLC and is open to all staff, faculty and students for their personal computers. Technical volunteers will provide security checks and free virus and malware removal for PC and Mac laptops. They will also install the latest software and security updates, ensure that firewalls are enabled and update antivirus and operating systems. Volunteers will also examine other software problems, such as slow performance and unknown error messages.
This fall, the fair will have a separate line for faculty and staff seeking help for their personal computers, to move them through the check-up process faster.
For more information, see the story on the EITS website (http://eits.uga.edu/stories/eits_to_offer_free_computer_security_checks_troubleshooting/)
Are you interested in helping us shape the future of the Libraries and MLC? We are looking for 3-5 members to join the Student Advisory Group for the coming year.
The group will meet twice annually to capture feedback from students about Libraries/MLC services, resources, facilities, and programming in order to foster communication that will improve and develop the Libraries/MLC and our role in supporting student learning. Students will serve one year terms with the option to renew.
If you would like to participate, please let us know a little about yourself and your interest in the committee by filling out the form at http://goo.gl/forms/IrFuidI3Ej.
We will choose 3-5 at-large members by Friday, February 6th. Questions? Please contact Caroline Barratt (email@example.com).
It’s a Reading Day tradition at the MLC – free popcorn! Now with a day AND night time event. Come get a bag of freshly popped popcorn from your MLC Librarians at 2-3:30pm or 10-11:30pm TODAY. Follow your nose (or find us at the Security desk on the second floor).
Good luck on your finals!
New contest to celebrate going to 24/7! Make a Vine, tweet @MLCUGA with #mlc247. Best one gets a fabulous prize! Take a look at one we made. https://vine.co/v/OmEhEijXu6w
The Miller Learning Center will close at midnight Saturday, Aug. 30th and reopen at 7am Tuesday, Sept. 2
Tutoring in chemistry, physics, writing, languages, and math is available for free at the MLC! Check our schedule at http://mlc.uga.edu/services/tutoring.html
Drop-in math tutoring has moved to Milledge Hall, but you can sign up for math tutoring by appointment through the Peer Tutoring program at the MLC: http://tutor.uga.edu/arc/tutoring/#tutoring-by-appointment
Wednesday, Nov. 27 – 7am – 5pm
Thursday, Nov. 28 – Saturday, Nov. 30 – CLOSED
Sunday, Dec. 1 – Open at 1pm and begin 24 hour operations through Dec. 11 at 10pm
See http://mlc.uga.edu/hours/index.html for details
New carpet on the second floor of the MLC will be installed starting Thursday, August 22nd. Work will occur overnight to minimize disruptions and should be completed in 2-3 weeks. Thank you for your patience while we work to improve the MLC. If you have any questions or concerns, please call the MLC administrative office at (706) 542-7000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We are pleased to announce the winners of the 2013 UGA Libraries Undergraduate Research Awards. These awards provide cash prizes for excellence in research and academic inquiry. Congratulations to this year’s winners!
The Fever Progress: Yellow Fever in 19th and 20th Century Savannah and Havana
Faculty mentor: Dr. Reinaldo Roman
Librarian mentors: Diane Trap and Nan McMurry
Surveying the Landscape of Research: Academic inquiry and the value of following the connections
Faculty mentor: Dr. Virginia Nazarea
Librarian mentor: Caroline Barratt
Richard D. Weimar, III
Using Raman Spectroscopy to Analyze Ancient Pigments
Faculty mentor: Dr. Tina Salguero
Librarian mentor: Ian Thomas
Indian-American Identity: Merging Cultures in University Spaces
Faculty mentor: Dr. Christina Joseph
Librarian mentor: Caroline Barratt
The Excommunication of Early Jewish Christians and its Interpretive Value for the So-called Temple Cleansing in the Gospel of John
Faculty mentor: Dr. Wayne Coppins
Librarian mentor: Sandra Riggs
The awards were presented at the CURO Symposium on April 2, 2013 at the Classic Center. Find more information about the awards and (soon) the winner’s essays at http://www.libs.uga.edu/researchaward/