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UPDATE: Library Fines Synced to Student Accounts for ASU Patrons (Faculty, Staff, and Students)

Through a successful collaboration with Student Accounts, the Registrar's Office, ITS and the University Library, all library charges will now sync with the ASU Banner system.  This change will make the library billing process faster, simpler and more transparent and brings the library in line with other campus units.  All library charges will appear at the library and on faculty, staff and student banner accounts. 

Tip 3: Tips for Surviving the End of the Semester - Laptops

Laptops are a "hot commodity" during exam time. In fact, we often check out of them at the Main Circulation Desk. Never fear... did you know we have Dell Laptops for check out at the Lower Level Service Desk? So "check them out"....

Good Luck on Exams!

Library Fines Synced to Student Accounts for ASU Patrons (Faculty, Staff, and Students)

Through a successful collaboration with Student Accounts, the Registrar's Office, ITS and the University Library, all library charges will now sync with the ASU Banner system. This change will make the library billing process faster, simpler and more transparent. All library charges will appear at the library and on faculty, staff and student banner accounts beginning Monday, May 7th. This will enable faculty, staff and students to pay library charges at either the University Library or at Student Accounts.

Next.... Tips on Surviving the End of the Semester!

The Library has a number of group study rooms to make collaboration before the big test or presentation a breeze. However, at the end of the semester, and especially during exam week, the 26 group study rooms we have fill up quickly.

Here are some tips to avoid the stress of the end of the semester crunch:

Tips on Surviving the End of the Semester!

Throughout this week, we will be posting some tips to help make the end of the semester a little less stressful. Hope it helps!

Tip #1 Don't be a victim of lost files at the end of the semester!

It is heartbreaking when a student has something unexpected happen here in the library resulting in the loss of a critical paper or other research assignment. Sometimes all we can say is that we are sorry because the paper is a "lost cause." But there are tech solutions out there that can help minimize this risk.

Here are some solutions:

University Writing Center Open for Drop-in Sessions ONLY during Final Exams

Posted on behalf of the University Writing Center

The University Writing Center, located in Belk Library and Information Commons 008, will be open for drop-in sessions only during the week of Final Exams from 10am-3pm Monday, 5/7, through Thursday, 5/10.

Rachel Strickland
Assistant Director
University Writing Center

 

Student Research Lab for Individual Quiet Study Open Now until Exams End

The Student Research Lab for Individual Quiet Study is open tonight through final exams in Classroom 026 on the Lower Level of Belk Library.  Computers will be open for student use in this classroom.  Unlike most of the library, there is no food or drink allowed in the classrooms and we ask that it be a quiet (no talking) zone.  This lab will open Sundays – Thursdays from 5 pm until midnight regularly and can be opened if demand warrants it.

Earth Day "Guess How Many" Contest WEDNESDAY!

Earth Week Contest to start Wednesday April 18th 9 am - 2 am April 19th!

Come by the Reference Desk on Wednesday, April 18th and guess how many recycled cans and bottles are in the bag and you may win a prize!

On April 18, you will see a big plastic bag filled with recycled cans on the first floor in front of the circular reference desk. If you guess the correct number of recycled cans, you will win a prize. In case of a tie, all the winners will be entered into a grand prize drawing!

Food for Fines - National Library Week

In celebration of National Library Week, Belk Library is sponsoring a "Food for Fines" drive beginning April 10 at 7:30 am until April 17 at 6 pm.

Starting Tuesday, April 10 we will be accepting one canned food item for every $1.00 (or partial part of a $1.00) owed on fines up to $15.00. NOTE: Fines that have already been sent to Student Accounts are not eligible for this offer. Canned goods cannot be credited toward lost book charges.

Here's what you do:

Belk Library on Pinterest - Follow our boards on Pinterest

Belk Library is launching our new Pinterest site -- just in time to celebrate the upcoming National Library Week (April 8 – 14).  Pinterest is one of the fastest growing social networking sites around today.  It combines the connectivity of Facebook with the capability of “bookmarking” all wrapped in beautiful visual imagery.  “Pinning” on Pinterest is like having a room full of bulletin boards--all on different subjects--where the user can “pin” pictures, links to websites, recipes, posters, etc. to the appropriate board to view and refer.

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