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We Are Open all Summer!

The John Grant Crabbe Main Library and all branch libraries will remain open and feature special hours during the interim week. The Main Library will be open: Sunday, May 12, 1-6 p.m. Monday, May 13-Tuesday, May 14, 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Wednesday...

Focus on Scholarship: Dr. Dustin Wygant

The Focus on Scholarship featured interview for May 2013 is with Dr. Dustin Wygant, Assistant Professor of Psychology at Eastern Kentucky University.  Hear what Dr.

KYVL Resources: Provide Your Feedback

The Kentucky Virtual Library (KYVL) is a state-wide library consortium by which EKU Libraries (and other academic libraries, public libraries, and K-12 school libraries) provide access to 30 online resources, including EBSCO’s Academic Search...

Explore Theses and Dissertations

Did you know graduate and Honors student theses and dissertations are now made globally discoverable and accessible through Encompass, Eastern’s digital archive? More than 100 theses and dissertations now have a home in Encompass, which...

De-stress for Success

De-stress at EKU Libraries!

All-Night Study is Back!

Are you looking for a safe place to study all night?  Visit the Main Library!  The Java City Library Cafe, atrium, and computer lab areas will be open all night, Sunday through Thursday nights beginning April 21.  A...

Latest News on Boston Marathon Bombings

To keep you up to date on the latest related developments in the Boston Marathon bombings, the investigation and its aftermath are being featured in a Terrorism and Conflict Special Report that is available as part of EKU Libraries’ NewsBank...

EKU Libraries in Review: 2010-12 Biennial Report

Did you know EKU Libraries provide you with access to more than 80,000 eBooks and answer over 20,000 reference questions each year? Check out our 2010-12 Biennial Report to learn more about ways the Libraries have been working to serve EKU students...

Test New Resource Trials

During the month of April, check out several resources on trial through EKU Libraries, including: The Civil War: Antebellum Period to Reconstruction;

TRIAL: Mountain People: Life and Culture in Appalachia

Mountain People: Life and Culture in Appalachia spotlights centuries of social, political, economic, religious and agricultural characteristics of a distinct region 1700-1950.

Explore International Security & Counter-Terrorism Reference Center

Explore ISCTRC, featuring peer-reviewed and professional articles, expert commentary, reports, images and more. This resource covers virtually every dimension of security and counter-terrorism.  For more information or assistance...