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Fall Quarter Hours Begin on 9-21-17!

FALL QUARTER HOURS Monday – Thursday     8 a.m. – 11 p.m. Friday                             8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday            

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OneSearch Users’ Guide

A Library Guide with simple, illustrated instructions to get you started in our new system: PRIMO OneSearch Users’ Guide.

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It’s Here! Onesearch is Live!

The John M. Pfau Library’s Onesearch system went live as of 8 a.m. this morning.  Please take a look!  As with any huge system changeover, even with the most diligent work and attention to detail behind the scenes, there will

Posted in Databases, Library Catalog

June 27th is the Big Day!

How will our new system affect you?  Check further information to find out!

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TWO Summer Construction Projects

TWO CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS THIS SUMMER (in alphabetical order) DECK REPLACEMENT – 1st Floor Beginning the week of June 26th, this project will eliminate leaks in our basement.  The entire, external deck will be replaced, however, only one-fourth of it will be

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Video: OneSearch is Coming!

Watch the OneSearch video! See more detailed information.

Posted in Databases, Did You Know?, Library Catalog

Free Summer Movies!

Posted in Community Events, Events, Movie Screenings

Latest Issue of Peacock: Real News From the Pfau Library!

Peacock: Real News From the Pfau Library, Spring 2017

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“It was a bright cold day in April, and the clocks were striking thirteen.”

On April 4th the story begins… “It was a bright cold day in April, and the clocks were striking thirteen.” (Opening sentence of the novel 1984, by George Orwell.) See for yourself if Winston Smith’s life in the world of

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BRAND NEW SCANNER AT THE JOHN M. PFAU LIBRARY!

We have invested in a very sophisticated, yet easy-to-operate, self-service ScannxBook ScanCenter which you may use for free. Specially designed to make scanning from books easy (think textbooks on Course Reserves!), it also may be used to scan documents, etc.  

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