The CML will be closed Sunday & Monday, July 3rd & 4th, for the holiday weekend. Please use the book drop for returns–located to the right of our door–for returns when we’re closed. Regular hours resume July 5th.
The CML is the first place on campus to have these new power sources–right at your study table. There is room for six patrons to connect devices, all without having to step over long extension cords. Come settle in and forget worrying about your battery! Now you can just concentrate on your work…..
During the course of the summer, the Libraries will update and renovate portions of the third floor to expand space available for student learning. As a part of this project, a portion of the pre-2000 journals on the third floor (predominantly those available via the Libraries’ electronic collection) will be relocated to the Library Shelving Repository. The project will temporarily affect many of the monographs (books) on the 3rd floor, as well. During the course of the project, we will continue to provide access to faculty and students to all of the affected items via a paging service by library staff.
Faculty: You may request delivery directly to your office for items affected by this project. The office delivery request form is available at:http://www.libs.uga.edu/access_services/onlineforms/facdel_form.html
Students and other affiliated users: You may request paging of items affected by the project for pick up at the Science Library. The form for requesting materials is available at: http://www.libs.uga.edu/access_services/onlineforms/science_library_retrieval_form.html
The 3rd floor area will continue to be available for public use until June 6, after which it will be closed until August 8.
We apologize for the inconvenience and look forward to working with you to meet your research needs during this period.
Feel free to direct any questions to the Science Library at: 706-542-0698
The Curriculum Materials Library (CML) will be closed Sunday, May 29th & Monday, May 30th, for the Memorial Day Weekend. Normal hours will resume Tuesday, May 31st at 8am. Visit our webpage for the complete list of hours.
The MLC will be operating a shortened schedule during Maymester.
MLC Maymester Hours (May 16 – May 31)
Monday – Thursday
7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
1 – 8 p.m.
Longing to hear “It’s over the fence!!” “Strike TWO!” “Safe!”? Worried about Turner Field and the Braves? For that matter, worried about Cleveland? Aren’t we all…. We have thousands of books on baseball, from histories to novels, from stats to the quirkier side of baseball to carry you from opening day to the last out in October. Visit our guide to baseball books, Play Ball! for non-fiction, fiction & kids’ books.
You supply the Cracker Jacks, we’ll supply the books. …..
- April is National Poetry Month: The CML has a long list of poetry titles and here are some other ways to celebrate National Poetry Month: National Poetry Month Website & Teachers’ Materials; Classroom ideas from GPB; Poetry Writing From Scholastic–Featuring Jack Prelutsky and ReadWriteThink from NCTE.
Georgia Children’s Book Awards Nominees & Speakers. The Georgia Children’s Book Awards Conference takes place March 18th & 19th and the Curriculum Materials Library has the nominee titles on display. Stop by and be ready for the Conference! Below are links to what the Libraries own by the Conference speakers. Also visit the Literature Resource Center in GALILEO to brush up on background info.
Got a basketball itch? Need to think more about your brackets? Need a break from your brackets? Let the Libraries help! We have hundreds of books on basketball. Find books on women’s basketball and children’s books as well. There are even some films. Visit our brief guide to basketball titles, Hoops Reading to either get fired up or to take a break from the madness….
March is National Women’s History Month. Celebrate it in your classrooms with these resources:
- National Women’s History Project
- Great Quotes from Feminists
- Women’s History Month from the Library of Congress
- Celebrating Women’s History Month from the New York Times
- Lesson Plans from the National Education Association
- Here is a link to a brief bibliography on Women’s Rights for titles in the CML.
- Also, check out the exhibit on Women’s Suffrage at the Special Collections Library, which closes March 31st.
- Visit the Teaching Tolerance website to get classroom ideas and resources for diversity.
The CML is OPEN during Spring Break: Monday through Friday, 8:00-5:00 and closed Sundays March 6th & 13th.