Observed annually in February, National Library Lover’s Month is a celebration of the supporters, contributors, and friends of libraries. Thank you for your patronage! As part of National Library Lover’s Month, it is important to highlight what a library can bring to the community. Here are a few upcoming workshops, events, and more to help you celebrate National Library Lover’s Month with the Bellevue University Library.
Story Walk: Women Inventors
Come into the Library this month to view our story walk display on women inventors! Each station highlights different inventors, and includes Library materials, posters, infographics, and more.
Are you looking for a good read? Browse our eCatalog for new arrivals! The rotating banner on the main page displays the latest books added to our collection.
- Demographics Now: This Zoom workshop hosted by Lorraine Patrick dives into the Demographics Now database. February 10, 10:00 – 11:00 am. Register online.
- Online Library Instruction: This online instruction session hosted by Matt Colbert shows you how to use the Library for research. February 15, 6:30 – 7:30 pm. Register online.
- Lunch & Learn: Ancient African Civilizations: A Lunch & Learn presentation by Sierra Whitfield. February 22, 12:30 – 1:30, LIB 480. Also available online via Zoom. Register online.
April 3-9, we will be celebrating National Library Week! Be on the lookout for upcoming information National Library Week activities and events.