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Reading – for engagement, inspiration, discovery, and more!

Reading – for engagement, inspiration, discovery, and more!

  Many departments on campus are partnering with the library to make READ posters.  These posters, conceived in 1985 by the American Library Association, promote the value and excitement of reading and other forms of literacy. Celebrity authors and media personalities are featured. At IU East, we’re featuring our own stars – staff and faculty who posed with their favorite books, sharing a variety of interests! The Campus Library staff have diverse interests and expertise, and are eager to assist you. Information literacy is the ability to evaluate and apply information to your needs.  Critical thinking skills enable you to analyze and problem-solve any situation.  Media literacy  helps you understand when you’re being manipulated, and also helps you identify when … Continued
Log Off, But Don’t Shut Down

Log Off, But Don’t Shut Down

The end of another school year will soon be upon us! Some of you might have a few classes scheduled for summer school. But for many, these months are ones of complete academic freedom. Lethargy can be an enemy, though. Studies have shown that learning is lost over the long break (particularly in the sciences), wasting time at the beginning of a semester re-learning content. And while these effects are documented far more on the K-12 level, the risks are real at the collegiate level, too. Of course, the summer break gives you time for trips or experiences that would be impossible during the normal school year. And taking those opportunities is something to be encouraged. But still, for the … Continued
Red Wolves Read and Celebrate IU Day!

Red Wolves Read and Celebrate IU Day!

Red Wolves Read is a “community read out” on April 12. The goal is for Indiana University East students, faculty, staff, alumni and fans to celebrate IU Day by promoting reading and the importance of education in a fun way. You can read anything, anywhere, anytime that day…while wearing your special edition “Red Wolves Read” t-shirt! We want to see you in action reading! You can post photos on social media, with #IUday or email to liblearn@iue.edu Where can you read? Anywhere! Schools, parks, day care, clubs, events, senior centers, clubs, work etc. Where will YOU read?!? Register your read and get your free Red Wolves Read t-shirt: http://iue.libsurveys.com/IU-Day-Community-Read-Out Our goal was 196 readers, for each year since IU began, but we … Continued