April 2012

Films on Demand Now Features Interactive Transcripts

Films on Demand has recently been enhanced to include interactive transcripts!  With this new feature, users can now view the full text of videos and follow along as they play, print video transcripts, click on any word in a transcript to jump to that exact point of the video and begin playing the selection, and s

Book Chat

May's regularly scheduled First Friday Book Chat 2012 will now take place on the last Friday of April.  Join EKU Learning Resources Center librarians and colleagues across campus on Friday, April 27, 2012 from 1-2 p.m. in John Grant Crabbe Main Library<

Storytelling Festival

On Wednesday, April 25, 2012 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., EKU Libraries' Learning Resources Center will host Storytelling Festival 2012.  During the event, nearly 100 elementary students from Model Laboratory will visit the Main Library's

Colloquium: Japanese Aesthetics

Join EKU Libraries Friday, April 27, 2012 at 2 p.m. in Main Library 204G for a Colloquium discussion about Japanese Aesthetics.  All members of the University community are invited to join us for this great event.  Refreshments will be provided courtesy of the Studen

Brain Food for Finals

Looking for a delicious pick-me-up during spring Finals Week 2012?  Look no further!  Visit the Main Lobby of the John Grant Crabbe Main Library for free food while enjoying our great study spaces. 

Focus on Scholarship: Dr. Tanea Reed

The Focus on Scholarship featured interview for April 2012 is with Dr. Tanea Reed, Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry at Eastern Kentucky University.  Dr. Reed is a National Institute of Health award recipient and 2010 Esterbauer award winner.  Her research is in traumatic brain injury.  Hear what Dr.