Though the weather is hot and it’s not looking particularly autumnal out there, school is still starting! Welcome back to your home away from home, PC students, and to the class of 2019– WELCOME!!!! We are excited to have you here!
The first week of the semester can be daunting. We are here to help with everything from using your PC Prints account for the first time to downloading a PC Prints driver from your Macbook or Windows laptop. We’re open until 2am Sundays – Thursdays and 24 hours during final exams. We even have a help desk in the lower level of the library staffed by your fellow students! Too busy to stop in this week but have a question? Text us at 401.484.7004 or email us at askalibrarian.lists.providence.edu.
Remember, the library is here to help you! Ask us questions–we LOVE questions! Most of all, try not to stress, and remember to follow PhilBuzz, the library blog. We’ve got the inside track for research hacks and more!
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Come visit our table at the Orientation Resource Fairs. They take place in the basement of Slavin Hall June 17 – 25 between 8am-9:15am. We will be available for any questions you might have and to highlight some of the services offered by the library.
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But it’s also a thing that is not only important for us, but also the students of PC
So we want to know more about the research undergrads are doing
We at the library, and the good folks at the Center for Engaged Learning want to reward you for your hard work!
2014 is the first year of the Phillips Memorial Library Undergraduate Craft of Research Prize, and we want to hear from you!
All we need from you is:
1. A research paper (you were probably going to write one anyway–right?)
2. An annotated bibliography (again, you were probably already doing one–now just add annotations)
3. A 5-7 page essay describing your research process (everybody loves to talk about how smart they are, here’s your chance!)
Send that all to Andria Tieman: email@example.com by May 12th to enter, and you could be well on your way to being one of the first recipients of the Phillips Memorial Library Undergraduate Craft of Research Prize! In addition to a cash prize, winning papers will be publisher in PC’s Digital Commons right along with the works of PC’s scholars.
The Phillips Memorial Library wants students to be smart about money!
April is financial literacy month and to celebrate, we are participating in Money Smart Week – Rhode Island, April 5-12, 2014. Money Smart Week is a national initiative of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. This year, the Rhode Island Library Association and our partners are holding over 30 programs and events across the state. Three will be hosted and sponsored by Providence College Phillips Memorial Library. Light refreshments will be provided. All sessions will be held in Library LL25.
The RI Student Loan Association will be here twice (Tuesday 4/8 & Wednesday 4/9 @ 6 PM) for workshops on money management:
So, what about after graduation? Find out Wednesday 4/9 @ 5 PM. The Career Education Center has stepped in as a co-sponsor of:
For all Money Smart Week – Rhode Island events, including our kick off on Saturday, April 5, 2014, click here.
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Spring is almost here. Many of you could be traveling this week to warmer climates, good decision after this stormy cold winter! Whether you are traveling someplace warm or just home to relax when you return to campus we will be one week closer to spring. The clocks have been set forward and the temperatures is beginning to rise!
While you are waiting for the trees, shrubs and flowers to bloom you can take a look at the e-book Flowers. You will find paintings of flowers by Monet, Picasso, Renoir, Van Gogh and many more. Enjoy!