Library News

October 5, 2015

200+ Titles Added to Films on Demand Database in September

View the 209 titles that Films on Demand added in September: read on →

October 1, 2015

Dr. Tewksbury Publishes Article

Professor Doug Tewksbury, associate professor of communication studies, recently published Educating the Precariat: Intern Labour and a Renewed Approach to Media Literacy Education in TripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique.  read on →

September 29, 2015

Dr. Teresa Publishes Digital Media Review

Dr. Carrie Teresa, assistant professor of communication studies, published a digital media review on Newseum Education in volume 32 issue 3 of American Journalism. Read the review here. read on →

September 28, 2015

Dr. Paul Vermette, Melissa Langridge, and Kayla Jaehn Present at Information Literacy Conference

Dr. Paul Vermette, professor of education; Melissa Langridge, user education coordinator in the Library; and Kayla Jaehn, CASTL instructional support assistant, presented Revitalize your Research Instruction!: Applying the ENGAGING Constructivist Framework in the Library Instruction Classroom at... read on →

September 25, 2015

Dr. Radatz and Colleagues Co-Author Article

Dr. Dana Radatz, assistant professor of criminology & criminal justice, co-authored Intimate Partner Violence and Subsequent Depression: Examining the Roles of Neighborhood Supportive Mechanisms in American Journal of Community Psychology. It is available online before print.  read on →

September 21, 2015

Sharon Green Quoted in WebMD Magazine

Sharon Green, coordinator of instructional services in the office of academic support, is quoted on page nine of the September 2015 issue of WebMD magazine.  read on →

September 18, 2015

Four Titles Added to the Media Studies and Communication Streaming Video Collection

The Illusionists: A Film about the Globalization of BeautyExamines how global advertising firms, mass media conglomerates, and the beauty, fashion, and cosmetic surgery industries are changing the way people around the world define beauty and see... read on →

September 18, 2015

Dr. Radatz and Colleague Publish Article

Dr. Dana Radatz, assistant professor of criminology & criminal justice, and Dr. Emily Wright from University of Nebraska Omaha recently published Does Polyvictimization Affect Incarcerated and Non-Incarcerated Adult Women Differently? An Exploration Into Internalizing Problems in Journal of... read on →

September 16, 2015

Dr. Gallagher Publishes Book Review

Dr. Amelia Gallagher, associate professor of religious studies, reviewed the book Coming to Mind: The Soul and Its Body by Lenn E. Goodman and D. Gregory Caramenico in the July 2015 issue of Philosophy East and West.  read on →

September 16, 2015

Dr. Durfee Publishes Book Reviews

Dr. Michael Durfee, assistant professor of history, reviewed Between North and South: Delaware, Desegregation, and the Myth of American Sectionalism by Brett Gadsden and Moral Minority: The Evangelical Left in an Age of Conservatism by David Swartz in the September 2015 issue of Journal of... read on →

September 10, 2015

Dr. Bertland Publishes Essay

Dr. Alexander Bertland, associate professor of philosophy, published "Trauma and Political Existence: Remo Bodei on Not Confronting Delusion" in Contemporary Italian Political Philosophy.  read on →

September 7, 2015

100+ New Titles Added to Films on Demand Database

View the list of 139 new titles added to Films on Demand. read on →

September 3, 2015

Dr. Mayorga Publishes Novel

Dr. Esteban Mayorga, assistant professor of Spanish, recently published a novel for Sudaquia Editores called Moscow, Idaho. Written in Spanish, the book tells the story of D, an Ecuadorian expatriate who travels to the northwestern United States to earn a Ph.D. read on →

August 31, 2015

What’s New in the Library for the Fall 2015 Semester

What’s new in the Library for the Fall 2015 Semester? A lot! Group Study Room reservations can now be made online: your documents look nice using the new thermal binder. Covers are just $1. The machine is located on the south side of the main... read on →

August 26, 2015

Dr. Garland and Colleagues Publish Article

Dr. Dennis Garland, assistant professor of education, published Individualized Clinical Coaching in the TLE TeachLivE Lab: Enhancing Fidelity of Implementation of System of Least Prompts Among Novice Teachers of Students With Autism in TESE: Teacher Education and Special Education with Krista M.... read on →