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Frazzle Free Finals

December 2, 2014

The UNH Library wants to help you relax! There will be a series of stress-relieving activities offered in the Library, to celebrate Frazzle Free Finals.
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Monday, December 15th

Study Buddies

Dimond, various locations
Relieve stress by visiting with furry friends from ElderPet/Pet Partners.

Sanity Central

Dimond (Level 3), Room 337
Reduce stress by getting creative with crafts and games.

Cookie & Coffee Break

Dimond (Level 4) and Branch Libraries, 2:00pm
Take a break with coffee, donated by Zeke's Cafe, and home baked cookies provided by library faculty, staff, and the Parents Association.

Comedy Clips

Dimond (Level 2), Room 235, 3:00-6:00pm
Release stress with sitcom clips.

Primal Scream

Dimond (Level 3), Lobby, 8:30pm
Have you ever wanted to scream in a library? Ease your tension with a one-minute Primal Scream hosted by Student Senate.

Tuesday, December 16th

Sanity Central

Dimond (Level 3), Room 337
Reduce stress by getting creative with crafts and games.

Study Buddies

Dimond, various locations, 12:00-1:30pm
Come and relax with Hammy, Health Services' Pet Therapy Dog, and reduce your stress.

Chair Massages

Dimond (Level 5), Room 502, 1:00-3:00pm
Feeling tense? Get a 5-minute chair massage from licensed massage therapists.
Spots are limited. Sign-ups begin at 12:45pm.
Brought to you by Health Services and Healthy UNH.

Guided Meditation

Dimond (Level 5), Room 502, 3:30-4:00pm
Quiet your mind, body, and spirit with a 30 minute guided meditation session offered by Health Services Staff.

Study Snacks

Dimond (Level 3), Lobby, 8:00-9:00pm
Refuel your body with healthy snacks from UNH Dining.

Wednesday, December 17th

Sanity Central

Dimond (Level 3), Room 337
Reduce stress by getting creative with crafts and games.

Chair Massages

Dimond (Level 5), Room 502, 1:00-3:00pm
Feeling tense? Get a 5-minute chair massage from licensed massage therapists.
Spots are limited. Sign-ups begin at 12:45pm.
Brought to you by Health Services and Healthy UNH.

YoNola Bar

Dimond (Level 4), 2:00-4:00pm
Join us for a stress-busting snack of GrandyOats Organic Granola and Stonyfield Farms Organic Yogurt, donated by UNH Dining.

Guided Meditation

Dimond (Level 5), Room 502, 3:30-4:00pm
Quiet your mind, body, and spirit with a 30 minute guided meditation session offered by Health Services Staff.

Comedy Clips

Dimond (Level 2), Room 235, 3:00-6:00pm
Release stress with sitcom clips.

Find more information at:
www.unh.edu/healthyunh/frazzle-free-finals

Pet therapy coming to Dimond and Engineering, Math, & CS Libraries this fall

August 26, 2014

Health Services provides pet-assisted therapy and activities services free on-campus. Pet-therapy is an evidence based activity proven to help reduce stress and anxiety.

Hamilton (aka Hammy) is a 4 year old Great Dane mix and a certified Canine Good Citizen, a certification offered through the American Kennel Club. He is also a nationally certified therapy dog through Pet Partners. He works out of Health Services with his owner and handler Maria Caplan MS, RD Nutrition Counselor/Educator.

Hamilton will visit Dimond Library and Engineering, Math, and CS Library in Kingsbury Hall this fall on the following days:

Monday, October 20 at Kingsbury: 12:30-2pm
Monday, October 27 at Dimond: 12:30-2pm
Monday, November 3 at Kingsbury: 12:30-2pm
Monday, November 17 at Kingsbury: 12:30-2pm
Monday, November 24 at Dimond: 12:30-2pm
Monday, December 1 at Kingsbury: 12:30-2pm

E-books for education events

August 20, 2014

The cost of print textbooks are outrageous, and librarians are trying to help! Join us for a two part webinar exploring e-books for education and first event in the Faculty Brown Bag series.

Electronic Textbooks: Plug in and Learn

September 10th, 1:00-2:30 in Dimond 352

The session will explore the notion of just what an electronic textbook is. Are e-textbooks an interactive "courseware" website, an application for mobile devices and tablets, or self-contained digital files? Or is there a place for all of these and if so, how do they fit together and combine with a course syllabus? Also addressed will be issues of affordability and usage.

Topics and speakers are:

  • Advocating for Change: Open Textbooks and Affordability – Nicole Allen, Director of Open Education, Scholarly Publishing & Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC)
  • Open Your Books and Turn to Page 10: Getting Students to Use Their E-Textbooks – Reggie Cobb, Biology Instructor, Nash Community College
  • A Proof of Concept Initiative: The Internet2/EDUCAUSE Etextbook Pilots – Monica Metz-Wiseman, Coordinator of Electronic Collections, University of South Florida Libraries

Open Textbook Initiatives

September 17th, 1:00-2:30 in Dimond 343

This session will focus on the efforts to make textbooks electronically available under free open copyright licenses as part of the broader open educational resources movement.

Topics and speakers are:

  • The Library Publishing Landscape for E-Textbooks – Faye Chadwell, Donald and Delpha Campbell University Librarian and Press Director, Oregon State University
  • Student-Funded Textbook Initiative at Kansas State University – Brian Lindshield, Associate Professor, Human Nutrition, Kansas State University and Beth Turtle, Associate Professor/Head, Scholarly Communications & Publishing, Kansas State University Libraries
  • Using Open Resources to Expand Access to Education – Molly Lindsay, Vice President of Content, Boundless

Faculty Brown Bag Series: Improvements to Ebrary

This series from Academic Technology starts on September 18. Join us in Dimond 352 from 12-1:30pm with a brief talk from collection management librarian Jen Carroll about recent improvements to the ebrary ebook system available to all faculty. Open discussion to follow.

We hope you can join us to learn more about this important topic!

UNH Wireless Network Name Change

August 20, 2014

UNH IT has changed the names of our wireless networks. This change began on August 5, but the existing networks will remain until October 7. These changes are being made based on user feedback and should better reflect their intended function. This will impact all UNH students, faculty, staff and non-affiliates.

The networks formerly known as "unhwireless" (non-secure wireless) and "unh-highspeed" (secure wireless) will become "UNH-Public" and "UNH-Secure" respectively. UNH IT encourages all users to connect to the UNH-secure network to better protect personal and institutional data.

For more information, read the article in the UNH IT newsletter, Signals, contact the UNH IT Service Desk at 862-4242 or via their online form.

Water unavailable in Dimond Library on Friday, August 1

July 29, 2014

Due to the core campus reconstruction taking place this summer, a water main has to be redirected and will require an all-day water shutdown on Friday, August 1. Dimond Library and the Physics Library in DeMeritt Hall will be open but there will be no water or bathroom facilities.

This shutdown will also impact Conant Hall, Murkland Hall and Thompson Hall.

Bathrooms will be available in James, Spaulding, Hewitt, and Hamilton Smith halls as well as others buildings on campus.

We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you for your patience and understanding.

Cancelled: Water unavailable in Dimond Library on Tuesday, June 24

June 18, 2014

Update: The water main shut-off has been cancelled. Water will be available in Dimond Library on Tuesday, June 24.

As part of core campus reconstruction taking place this summer, a water main has to be redirected and will require an all-day water shutdown on Tuesday, June 24. Dimond Library will be open but there will be no water or bathroom facilities.

We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you for your patience and understanding.

Dimond Library Level 2 closing temporarily starting June 23

June 11, 2014

The Biological Sciences collection will move to its new home in Dimond Library this summer to serve as the foundation for the Natural Sciences Resource Center on Level 2. Beginning June 23, bound periodicals will be shifted to make space for the collection moving from Kendall Hall. While this transition is taking place (anticipated to be through July 16th), library users will not be able to access the collections in this area. Items can be requested through the library catalog and will be paged at 9am and 1pm Monday through Friday.

The Library's multimedia collection will be open and available during this time and the Parker Media Lab has on call hours; both can only be accessed from the West elevator (with library staff escort) or staircase. The former Current Periodicals Room and new Natural Sciences Resource Center will be available, as will the microforms collections in both Rooms 210 and 225. Public rest rooms will also be open on Level 2. For safety reasons, the stacks will be closed and library users needing print materials from the stacks on Level 2 should visit the circulation desk.

Questions can be directed to Val Harper, Project Manager.

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