During fall 2012, Education students in Dr. Delinda Dent’s LIB 301 course and EKU Libraries’ Learning Resources Center partnered with the Kentucky Horse Park to create a learning resource for its young visitors.
The Elizabeth K. Baker Music Library now features the first 300 of Rolling Stone magazine’s top 500 pop albums of all time. This CD collection includes a variety of styles, ranging from the album listed as number one, The Beatles’ Sgt.
For alumni, current and former faculty and staff and others with a connection to Eastern Kentucky University, Memory Lane is now just a mouse click away.
In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the John Grant Crabbe Main Library will be open special hours on Sunday, January 20 (11AM-6PM) and Monday, January 21 (11AM-1AM). All branch libraries will remain closed on Monday. For a complete listing of all EKU Libraries' schedules, please visit library hours.
Did you know that EKU Libraries provide free access to high-quality, online streaming videos that you can use to support your class assignments? The videos, covering a broad range of subject disciplines, include public performance rights as well as the option to embed links or clips into Blackboard.&nb
Whether you teach classes online or at a regional campus, you're sure to enjoy the inaugural issue of EKU Libraries’ Distance & Online Services e-News. This newsletter highlights new and exciting (and best of all, useful!) library resources and services for you and your students.
Carol Rogow’s love for libraries began at a young age – one of her favorite memories is participation in a children’s summer reading program at her local public library. An alumna of University of Arkansas, Rogow has a Master's of Science degree in Education and is retired from a career as a Library Media Specialist at Drake Middle School in Auburn, Alabama.