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Booth Library has an in-depth collection of resources focusing on cultural acceptance and inclusivity. During 2021, our librarians will feature research guides on a variety of these topics. During April and May, we are focusing on topics related to Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. Please see the AAPIHM guide with selected books, articles, […]

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Booth Library’s 11th annual Edible Book Festival was held virtually to celebrate National Library Week April 4-10. Because of restrictions due to COVID-19, this year’s festival was held virtually for the second year. Participants created an edible art work based on a book and submitted photos of their entry. Then members of the public were […]

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April 4-10, 2021, was National Library Week across the USA! National Library Week is a time to celebrate our nation’s libraries and library workers’ contributions, and promote library use and support. The theme for National Library Week 2021 was “Welcome to Your Library.”  During the pandemic, library workers continue to exceed their communities’ demands and […]

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The Library Advisory Board of Booth Library honored eight students as winners of the 2021 Awards for Excellence in Student Research and Creativity. Graduate division: Nicole Bridges, a History student, won first place for Mothers, Wives, and Sisters…But Also Citizens: Defining the Duty of Female Civilians Through the Publications of the Pankhurst Sisters during The […]

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Established in 1996 by the Academy of American Poets, National Poetry Month is a chance to explore the importance of poetry in our culture. To commemorate National Poetry Month in April, and as part of the National Endowment for the Arts Big Read programming series, many programs are planned in April. — Lake Land College […]

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Six Eastern Illinois University students were named winners of the What’s Your Problem Pitch Competition sponsored by the Booth Library Center for Student Innovation. The Pitch Competition invited underrepresented, undergraduate student teams to share ideas and technologies that will solve a specific problem. Each team pitched its idea of how to solve a problem that […]

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