What’s the difference between I-Share and ILL?

I-Share and Interlibrary Loan are two similar things. How do they differ?

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Thanksgiving week hours

Thanksgiving week hours 201516The library will have a reduced schedule during Thanksgiving week, so that students and staff may celebrate the holiday. Regular hours will resume on Monday, November 30th.

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International Games Day is just two days away!

6 Puzzle revealGames! Prizes! Fun! Don’t miss out! Events will be held in the Gävle rooms and in Special Collections.

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This Saturday, at a library near you…

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Feed the Repository! We’ll help you do it on Thursday, Nov 19


Your professor has told you to publish your work in Augustana Digital Commons. You aren’t sure how to do it? We can help. On Thursday, November 19 from 10:30-12:30, librarians will be in the 4th floor computer lab to assist anyone wanting help loading their work into Augustana Digital Commons. Having your work in this open access repository with a permanent url allows you to share your best work easily with potential employers and graduate schools without fear of broken links.

An extra bonus! Now you can receive points towards your Viking Score. Just let the career counselors at CORE know your work has been published in Augustana Digital Commons and you will receive 2 points for each work, with a maximum of 6 points.

What could be easier? If you have questions, contact Digitalcommons@augustana.edu, CORE career counselors or Connie Ghinazzi.

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This Saturday, at a library near you…

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Have a fun read over break

Fact: Alan Turing is hailed as the father of modern computing and artificial intelligence.
Fact: His work during WWII help shorten the war by 2-4 years.

Fact: He was a gay man living during a time when it was illegal to be gay.

Join the Tredway Library Student Book Group as they read Alan Turing: The Enigma by Andrew Hodges. Many copies of the book are available through I-Share. Just ask at the Help Desk if you need assistance in ordering a free copy.
The first discussion will be Friday November 20th from  7:00-9:30. This will take place in Olin 202 as we discuss the first three chapters and then watch the 2014 film adaptation,  The Imitation Game,  starring Benedict Cumberbatch.  See the trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S5CjKEFb-sM.


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