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National Library Week

The theme for National Library Week (April 3-9) is “Connect with Your Library.” Learn about ways to stay connected with Lane Library.

National Library Week is an annual celebration highlighting the valuable role libraries, librarians, and library workers play in transforming lives and strengthening our communities. This year, the theme of connection promotes the idea that libraries are places to get connected to information, resources, ideas, and technology. Libraries also importantly connect communities to each other. Celebrate National Library by exploring ways to connect with Lane Library!

How to Celebrate:

Visit Lane Library

Whether you’re visiting in person or virtually, our goal is to connect you with the resources and expertise you need to inform your work. Come to our study and computing spaces or visit our library website to explore everything we have to offer. If you’re visiting in person, wish our staff a happy National Library Worker Day on April 5.

Connect with Your Liaisons Librarian

Get to know the Lane Librarian paired with your department, institute, or student group. You can email your liaison for help, schedule a consultation, or invite your liaison to come speak to your team about research topics.

Sign Up for Our Quarterly Newsletter

Stay informed about the latest from Lane Library by signing up for our quarterly newsletter. We share information about new library resources, services, events, and more.

How do you connect with Lane Library? Share your thoughts in the comments section.

Happy National Library Week from some of our Lane Library Staff!

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