Come join the Le Moyne College Book Club on Wednesday, April 8, 2020 as we discuss There There by Tommy Orange. The Le Moyne Book Club is moving to a virtual format for the duration of the COVID-19 virus emergency. We will meet at the usual 7:00 pm time using the Zoom video conference software. Visit the Le Moyne College Book Club page for meeting details and to see the list of upcoming meetings.
Library has had to discontinue its book scanning service to support courses. This will be re-visited for the summer courses at a later date. E-book and streaming video purchasing continues. Library staff are all working remotely throughout the day doing the essentials to support teaching and researching. — Inga H. Barnello, Director of the Library
In light of the campus announcement regarding the college’s response to COVID-19, the library has created the following guide to assist faculty and students with use of library materials, especially in an online format.
Pet therapy, provided by Pet Partners of Central New York, is being offered at the library on Monday, March 16th from 6 – 7:30 pm. Stop by the library to unwind with a pet! Sessions will be held in the library atrium.
Pet therapy, provided by Pet Partners of Central New York, is being offered at the library on Tuesday, March 3rd from 3 – 4:30 pm. Stop by the library to unwind with a pet! Sessions will be held in the library atrium.
Due to the weather forecasted for this Friday, the library is closed on February 7th. We apologize for any inconveniences this may cause but encourage you to use our online resources in the meantime. If you need assistance, our 24/7 chat service is available at – http://resources.library.lemoyne.edu/askus/by-chat
Do you have a unique life experience you would like to share or a unique perspective the community would benefit from hearing? Are you a member of a group often stereotyped, or misunderstood? Would you like to be a part of this incredible chance for an open dialogue? We are looking for faculty, students, and staff to share their stories and experiences about different cultures, identities, and life experiences. We are looking for Living Books, willing to have conversations with others.
During the Living Library event, to be held on March 18th from 3-6 pm in the Library, you can “check out” Living Books for 20-30 minutes at a time for one-on-one conversations during which you can ask questions and learn from their experiences. This is a dialogue from which everyone can benefit. You can check-out any Living Books which you might like to hear from either on the spot during the event or reserve a check-out period in advance!
To apply to be a Living Book please fill out and submit the Google form by February 29th.