Archives for March 2013

How are we doing?

There is STILL time to take the online Tech Library User Survey for the spring 2013:

The questions are multiple choice, and the entire survey takes roughly 5-10 minutes.  Your opinion helps the library make important decisions from what books we buy, what formats we buy them in, and what policies we should adopt to make the library a better place to study, relax, and explore.  You have until April 5th, so send us your feedback soon!



Spring Break Hours

You may be on vacation, but the library is still open.  Come visit us during our special spring break hours:

Monday – Friday       8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Sat. Mar. 23 CLOSED
Sun. Mar. 24          2:00 pm – 12:00 am

Got the shakes?

Meet us in the library lobby at 6:00 P.M. this Friday for a Harlem Shakes video.  Bring a costume, prop, whatever (kid friendly).  Why do the Harlem Shake now?

1. When else are you going to be told to dance around the library in a costume?

2. Have a great story and video to show your grand-kids when they ask you, “What are the Harlem Shakes?”

3. Make a crazier video than these guys from down the road.




You talk–we’ll listen!


The Arkansas Tech community is invited to take part in the Arkansas Tech  Library’s annual spring user survey.

Between now and April 5th, all users of the library—including students, faculty, and staff—are invited to give feedback on how the library’s services and collections met their needs this year.  The survey takes about eight minutes, and all responses are anonymous.  The results impact how we make decisions on everything from book purchases to physical space.

This year has brought a lot of changes to the library.  We’ve created a new Popular Reading Collection, expanded the selection of databases, and made tremendous improvements to our website.  Many of these changes were brought about because of YOUR suggestions in previous spring surveys.

The campus response is critical to the planning of the library’s future and the improvement of its service, collections, and environment.  Make the library a better place by making your voice heard today!