Free Your Textbook: Quality Course Materials for Every Student
Tuesday, April 15th at Noon
Specialty Dining Room 19
Assistant Professor Josef Brandauer’s students pay nothing for their textbooks in the Statistics for the Health Sciences course. How does that work?
If you are frustrated that not all students purchase the textbooks you thoughtfully select, puzzled by the dizzying costs of those books, or annoyed that the exact book you want doesn’t seem to exist, then open textbooks might be for you. High quality, professionally-authored, peer-reviewed, open textbooks are now available! They are free to use and also open to reuse, revise, remix, and redistribute. Learn more about the open textbook movement, how to find open books in your field, and whether they make a difference in student learning. Josef Brandauer will talk about his experience adopting an open textbook for his HS 232 course.
Please RSVP to Janelle Wertzberger (email@example.com), as space is limited to the first 20 respondents.
Notes at Noon: Student Chamber Ensembles
Wednesday, April 16th at Noon
Musselman Library Apse
The last Notes at Noon concert for the academic year will feature student chamber ensembles from The Sunderman Conservatory. These groups are comprised of various instruments and voices, performing a broad range of chamber music. This performance will highlight the string quartet, the woodwind ensemble, and additional guests to round out the hour.
This event is sponsored by Friends of Musselman Library.
Easter Egg Hunt
Wednesday April 16th all day
Join Mussleman Library for a Library-wide Easter Egg hunt. Colorful eggs will be hidden throughout the Library. Find an egg and turn it in for some candy at the circulation desk.
Snacks in the Stacks
Friday April 18th 11- 2pm
Join us for some literary cookies and cake for the patrons of the library.
Photo a Day Challenge
April 1-30, 2014
Where in Musselman Library do you do great work? Soak up the sun? Make memories?
During the month of April, Musselman Library offers up a photo of the day challenge. Respond to the theme for the day by taking a photo, posting it to Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram, and tagging it with #WhereinMuss for a chance to win a prize.
See our Photo a Day Challenge page for details.