Many of the resources in the book displays are available electronically! Check out the bibliographies for more information.
The end of the quarter already!
Finals are here! If you are in need of a break from your papers and exams, come to the library and explore our book displays. This month displays include books about Native American art, culture, and history, books about American veterans and military history, and books with tips for writing. We also have great new DVD displays out on the third floor. Our DVD display includes good TV series and movies for binge watching, films exploring India, and films by Tony Gatlif. Come to Anderson Academic Commons to have a look for yourself or explore the online books and films you can read and watch from home!
Click on a PDF links below for the entire list of resources featured in this month's displays!
- NaNoWriMo -
It's National Novel Writing Month! Check out our NaNoWriMo book display for tips on writing novels and for some general writing advice. You'll find books to help break your writer's block, outline your work, and manage your time. The end of the quarter may be a hard time to get started on a novel, but winter break will be here before you know it. Check out one of these books so you can get started right after finals!
- Native American Heritage Month -
November is Native American Heritage Month. We've put a display together to celebrate the various Native American cultures, traditions, and histories. You'll find books exploring Native American art, tales, and people.
- Veterans -
Check out our Veterans book display for Veterans Day. This display honors and celebrates those who serve or have served for our country. You'll find memoirs, biographies, and books about the United States' military history.
- Binge Watch -
Finals will be over before you know it and you'll have time to binge watch your favorite shows and movies. Check out this DVD display for some popular items, like How I Met Your Mother, The Office, Homeland, Game of Thrones, and more!
- India in Film -
India is a fascinating country with 1.3 billion people. We created a DVD display to explore the various parts and cultures of India. You'll find a variety of films on India, by India directors, or from Bollywood.
- Tony Gatlif -
Tony Gatlif is the talented French director behind Transylvania (2006), Exils (2004), and many other great films. Check out this display to discover some of his best films.