Keep up with new titles for the COE by visiting the New Books & CML News page. There are lots of fun & interesting titles in the CML section featuring our juvenile titles!
The Curriculum Materials Library will be closed Sunday, January 17th & Monday the 18th for the Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday. The CML is always closed Saturdays. Normal hours are 8:00-8:00 M-Th, 8:00-5:00 Fridays, and 1:00-5:00 Sundays. Visit us in 207 Aderhold Hall for thousands of children’s books & classroom materials. You can also request delivery of CML materials to the Main & Science Libraries by using the “request” link in GIL-FIND.
Did you know the Curriculum Materials Library, 207 Aderhold Hall, has nearly 200 titles to help you celebrate Halloween with your children, students or just for yourself? One of our student workers, Senior Student, Stephanie Duque, a senior Geography major, has created book displays and a bulletin board to get everyone ready to trick or treat. Drop by to see what we have to offer. With the new delivery request option in GIL-Find you can request materials from the CML to be delivered to the Main or Science Libraries. But, then you’ll miss seeing our cool things, like the fake food & human torso, and the thousands of other children’s books & classroom materials. You just need your UGA ID or Outside Borrower’s card to check out items from us. Happy Halloween!
This construction will affect traffic near the main entrance to the Hull St. Deck, located near Baxter St. The Russell Special Collections Libraries are located on Hull Street:
Portions of Baxter and Finley Streets will be closed to through traffic at times during the extension of chilled water lines from the District Energy Plant on Newton Street to serve Russell and Brumby Halls. The project is projected to cross Baxter Street, resulting in its closure at the Newton/Cloverhurst intersection, from approximately May 11 through June 16. The project is projected to cross Finley Street, resulting in its closure between Baxter St. and Cloverhurst Ave., from approximately July 4 through July 28.
Beginning Monday, April 2, visitors to the UGA Special Collections Libraries can park in the Hull Street parking deck. To do so, enter at the south entrance near Baxter St and take a ticket. Before leaving, present your ticket at the security desk located in the lobby of the Special Collections Libraries building for a token then exit on the south end.
Please note: UGA faculty, staff, and students who have parking privileges elsewhere on campus will be ticketed if they utilize visitor parking in the Hull Street Deck. For more information regarding the policies and procedures of UGA Parking Services, please visit: http://www.parking.uga.edu/ or call 706-542-PARK (7275)
Athens-Clarke County has officially opened Hull Street to traffic from the corner of Waddell and Hull (by the UGA Special Collections Libraries Building) to the intersection of Hull and Baxter.
Before voting this year, take the time to get to know the candidates’ stances on issues that affect your chosen career or field of study.
For many in the College of Education, the NEA’s policy guide is a handy resource to help you vote on issues affecting you and your future students. It can be found here.
Check out the Student Learning Center’s Facebook page! If you’re on Facebook, become a fan of the SLC and get updated when we plan fun events (like study breaks) or launch new services.
Check out the profile of our very own student employee Kera Perello, selected as an Amazing Student.
She works right here in the library in the Interlibrary Loan Department.