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  • Library 101: Spotlight on… History

    If you need research materials on a historical topic, or just have an interest in history, Kelly Library has you covered. A good starting point would be our reference collection, both in print and online. The print reference section is on the main floor of Kelly Library and history reference works are primarily shelved in the Ds (Old World History), Es (General American History), and Fs (Local American History and Latin American History). Continue Reading

  • Library 101: Spotlight on… Art

    Kelly Library has many resources available to students researching, or who simply have an interest in, art. A good place to start is the Dictionary of Art (REF N31 .D5 1996) published by Grove. Written by 6,700 experts from around the world, the Dictionary of Art has information on over 4,500 art related topics. Continue Reading

  • Library 101: National Library Week

    Whether you love your local library, come in only when you need help with research, or just view the library as an electronic database aggregator; we hope that you will help us celebrate National Library Week during April 10-16. National Library Week was established in 1958 by the American Library Association (ALA) “to celebrate the contributions of our nation’s libraries and librarians and to promote library use and support”. The theme for this year is “Libraries Transform”. Continue Reading

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