The end of the semester is on its way—and the Leatherby Libraries is gearing up for the fall semester’s finals. The library is continuing its tradition of being open 24 hours a day during the last two weeks of the semester. From Sunday, December 6, 2015 through Friday, December 18, 2015, library facilities will stay
Chapman University Digital Commons celebrated its first anniversary on August 13th, and the number of visitors and downloads it has received continue to climb as it enters its second year. In its first year of operation, the 8,500+ articles, chapters, images, and other files in Digital Commons received over 70,000 page views and over 25,000 downloads!
The end of the semester is fast approaching—and the Leatherby Libraries is springing into gear for finals week. We are continuing our tradition of being open 24-hours during the last two weeks of the semester. From Sunday, May 10, 2015 through Friday, May 22, 2015, library facilities will stay awake with students as you finish projects
Whether you’re working on group projects or cramming together for a final exam, the Leatherby Libraries group study rooms can be an excellent resource. Starting in Spring 2015, they will be even more helpful. Chapman University users will login to the room booking system with their Chapman username and password instead of registering for room booking accounts.
As Chapman University Digital Commons nears its six-month anniversary, we’ve got a new way to celebrate its over 5,000 faculty papers, student posters, and Special Collections images and files: with the new readership map! At the bottom of the Digital Commons homepage, there’s now a live map of the Earth that tracks and displays what
October 20th marked the start of the eighth annual Open Access Week, a time when librarians and academics come together to promote and celebrate the idea of free access to information. It’s a chance to learn about Open Access’ potential to facilitate research across the globe, increase exposure to scholarship, and influence scholars’ ability to
Recognizing the upcoming finals week, the Leatherby Libraries will be open 24 hours a day the last two weeks of the semester. From Sunday, May 11, 2014 through Friday May 23, 2014, library facilities will stay awake with students as you finish projects and prepare for final exams. During the late night hours, the following services
Do you ever feel the need to talk with a reference librarian when you’re off campus? Or maybe you’ve scored your favorite study spot on the third floor of Leatherby Libraries and you really don’t want to pack up all your gear and trot down to the first-floor reference desk. Now there’s