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Family STEAM Day 2018 at the Albertsons Library

Organized by librarians Kelsey Keyes and Deana Brown, Albertsons Library hosted the second annual Family STEAM Day at the Library event this past Saturday, February 3rd, as part of the Engineering and Science Festival. Over 8,000 people attended the campus-wide … (Read More) Family STEAM Day 2018 at the Albertsons Library

Book panel discussion at Aerospace Day

Kelsey Keyes, Assistant Professor/Librarian, participated in Boise State University’s third annual Aerospace Day on Wednesday, January 17th. Kelsey, along with Jenn Boyd (Librarian, Borah High School), Armen Kvryan (graduate student in materials science at Boise State), and Boise State faculty … (Read More) Book panel discussion at Aerospace Day

Mature Aged resources display

What does it mean to be Mature Aged? Do you know matured aged students? Have matured aged friends and family? Take a look at the display at the the Circulation Desk to find out more. Some ebooks to explore this … (Read More) Mature Aged resources display

What Veterans Day should mean to a Library

As a veteran and a librarian I got to thinking about what Veterans Day should mean to a library, and the truth is that it should mean a whole lot… A library stands on the First Amendment to ensure intellectual … (Read More) What Veterans Day should mean to a Library

The Art of Travel display

  Anna Quindlen once said, “books are the plane, the train, and the road. They are the destination, and the journey. They are home.” This month’s travel display features books and movies that tell about the wonderful world of travel. … (Read More) The Art of Travel display

BANNED BOOKS WEEK

The Department of World Languages, Albertsons Library, and Casita Nepantla cordially Invite you to a brown bag lecture series as part of BANNED BOOKS WEEK. All meetings will be held in Library 201C from noon-1pm. Monday, September 25 | The … (Read More) BANNED BOOKS WEEK

Libraries in the Park wrap-up

We’ve wrapped up another amazing and successful summer volunteering at Libraries in the Park. This was our library’s second year participating in Libraries in the Park (previously known as “Literacy in the Park”). Albertsons Library volunteered to cover two parks … (Read More) Libraries in the Park wrap-up

End of Summer Reading

Access Services is a diverse and fun unit and is made up of staff and student employees. We wanted to share a few of our favorite summer reading titles, now on display at the Circulation Desk, with a note by … (Read More) End of Summer Reading

National Tattoo Week

It is National Tattoo Week – April 12-19, 2017. Laura Coleman and some of the student assistants in Access Services, are tattoo aficionados. A display of materials from the library’s collection celebrating tattoos is now available at the Circulation Desk. … (Read More) National Tattoo Week

Modern Native American Life

  The library has many materials on modern Native American art, music, social issues, traditions, food, activism, modern life, and more. The display at the Circulation Desk, by Audrey Williams and Laura Coleman of Access Services, is only a small … (Read More) Modern Native American Life