As part of Irwin Library’s 24-hour study night, two massage therapists from the Carmel School of Massage & Healing will be on hand to provide chair massages. 10-15 minutes massages will be available between 9:00 pm until midnight, Tuesday, Dec. 17. A sign-up sheet will be available outside of Irwin 119 beginning at 9:00 pm.
Students of Professor Brown’s PO 151 Comparative Politics class presented their posters on political systems of various countries in Irwin Library, Thursday, December 12. The poster exhibit will remain up through the finals period for students, faculty, and staff to view. Take a break from finals or grading and view these informative projects.
The Irwin Library study room reservation system has been converted over to the Appointy tool: http://ilstudyrooms.appointy.com/. This move is to accommodate additional rooms that are being made available for reservable checkout.
Four study rooms (026, 215, 226 and 306) can be reserved in advance by Butler students for both group and individual study. You must register as a new user the first time you use the system. Please use your Butler email address and create a password. Reservations are available in one hour increments with a limit of 4 hours per person, per day; reservations longer than 4 hours will be canceled by Library Staff. If a room is not reserved at least two hours in advance, we cannot guarantee its availability.
If you have questions about this service, contact the Irwin Library Circulation Desk: 940-9227. Happy studying!
Information Commons Student Associates and Assistants thank their supervisors, Tim Thomas, Associate Director of the Center for Academic Technology, and Amanda Starkel, Butler Libraries’ Information Commons & e-Learning Librarian, for their leadership in overseeing Butler’s Information Commons program:
Staffed by Butler students, the Information Commons program provides library research support and educational technology assistance to Butler students, faculty, and staff. It is collaborative program between Butler Libraries and Butler’s Center for Academic Technology.