Here are the full annual stats from fiscal year 2020 (the 2019/20 academic year) for several of the Gardner-Harvey Library's (GHL) services. I hope you will find them useful to see how people use the library.
This was, of course, quite a crazy year. With the advent of COVID-19, the library was closed along with the Middletown campus and the University in March 2020 (our last open day was
The MUM Book Discussion group will next meet on Tuesday, August 25. We're moving back to discussing a single book this month (though we always welcome recommendations of other books you're reading, too). Our title is Vigdis Hjorth's Will and Testament. Here is a brief summary of this tale of Norwegian family dysfunction:
"When a dispute over her parents' will grows bitter, Bergljot is drawn
The MUM Book Discussion group will next meet on Tuesday, June 30 to discuss the book(s) we've each been reading lately. We have a challenge for this time: re-read a book you read long ago, and see what your thoughts on it are now. We suggested books we read (or, ahem, were supposed to read) in high school, or anything where time has passed and a second go might bring new perspectives, or a
No-contact in-person returns
Gardner-Harvey Library will again be accepting no-contact in-person returns of any library materials on Thursday, May 28th and Friday, May 29th.
When and where: Thursday, May 28th and Friday, May 29th from 1-4pm at the front entrance of the library.
For safety, staff will wear masks and keep a distance of at least six feet.
Materials can be placed on the carts
You are invited to participate in a research project being conducted by the librarians at Miami University Regionals regarding regional campus student usage of library-owned e-books and e-textbooks to complete their coursework. We are particularly interested in understanding your use of e-books since the beginning of remote learning in mid-March.If you agree to participate, we would like you to
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