Thursday, September 18, 2014

Banned Books Week

Banned Books Week: Celebrating the Freedom to Read

Banned Books Week this year is 

Sept. 21-27, 2014

What is Banned Books Week?  

It is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read.

Help the Marion Campus Library celebrate intellectual freedom and the power of the written word by visiting our Banned Books Display.

 

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Constitution Day!

Happy Constitution Day!

Starting today, through September 24th, students of OSUM and MTC are eligible to win a goodie bag! Don't forget to check out our library display and pickup a resource list of materials on the Constitution.











Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Constitution Week 2014 (September 17th-24th)


Constitution Week September 17th-24th
*The contents of each bag varies. In this bag, OSUM T-Shirt, MTC mug, MTC pen, US Constitution, sticky note pad, frisbee, wallet, and water bottle.
In celebration of Constitution Week, the Marion Campus Library will have a Constitution Display in the library rotunda highlighting the books and videos that the library has on the Founding Fathers and the Constitution.  

During this week, Marion Campus students can enter a drawing to win a goodie bag (a total of six bags), which includes of copy of the US Constitution and Fascinating Facts About It at the library circulation desk. 

For more information about Constitution Day, the Constitution, and the Founding Fathers visit: www.constitutionday.com

Test your Knowledge of the U.S. Constitution here!

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

100th Anniversary of The First World War

 100th Anniversary of The First World War

This year marks the 100th Anniversary of the First World War. 

Come see the Trench Warfare display at entrance of the Marion Campus Library. Various books, films, and images on the trenches and the Western Front are featured in these display cases.

You can view "The Great War in 3D" at the library circulation desk. 

Using the stereographic viewer, gives you an interactive experience with life in the trenches. On the back of each image are fun facts.

Poetry from the Trenches

The First World War Poetry Digital Archive provides primary source material from major poets of the Great World War such as manuscripts, letters, war diaries, and photographs.

 Check out the video!


Evening Statistics

Beginning Autumn Semester, we will be keeping hourly evening statistics in library from 5pm to 8pm. While in the library, you may be asked which institution you are affiliated with to determine library usage.

We appreciate your patronage and cooperation in this endeavor. 

Thank you!