Oesterle Library News

Veterans Appreciation

November 8th, 2017 by mlproulx

Oesterle Library celebrates Veteran Recognition & Appreciation Month this November to honor and recognize the 28 student veterans and 10 faculty/staff veterans at North Central.

A display of resources available for checkout is located in the Oesterle Library lobby. It features titles related to soldiers’ experiences in wars, as well as titles highlighting veterans’ experiences after their return home.

Thank you for your service. We are proud to have you in the North Central family!

Library Email Down

November 1st, 2017 by mlproulx

Hello, Cardinals!

The library reference email will be down this weekend (11/4-11/5) while we are migrating from Groupwise to Office 365.

While we are very excited for this transition, we don’t want anyone to miss out on reference help during this time!

If you require immediate assistance, please come in to see us or call (630) 637-5715.

Thank you for your patience!

Mini-Workshops

October 17th, 2017 by mlproulx

 

Oesterle Library will host several workshops over the next few weeks to help students prepare for their final projects and presentations. Sessions will be guided by the questions and projects brought by students.

 

All sessions will be held in the Class of ’97 Computer Lab in Oesterle Library and are open in Week 6, Week 7, and Week 8 on:

Wednesdays   (10/18, 10/25, 11/1)  -   9:30 am – 10:00 am   |   1:30 pm – 2:00 pm

Thursdays   (10/19, 10/26, 11/2)  -   1:00 pm – 1:30 pm

 

Preview some of the tools to be covered at noctrl.libguides.com/tools

 

 

 

Banned Books Week

September 25th, 2017 by mlproulx

 

 

It’s Banned Books Week 2017!

 

Check out the display of just a few of the many banned books we have in our collection.

They are some amazing books – some you’ve definitely heard of, and others that will be new to you! Enjoy!

 

Student Jobs Available

September 1st, 2017 by mlproulx

Do you love the library? Do you like helping people? Do you enjoy working with other students? Do you plan on spending all your free time in the library anyway?

Apply to work at Oesterle Library!

Student jobs are open for the 2017-2018 school year. You must be a current North Central student to apply.

Graphic Novels

July 17th, 2017 by mlproulx

Did you know that Oesterle Library has a large collection of graphic novels? And many of them are in languages other than English! What better way to keep up your skills over the summer than with something entertaining and fun to read?

Check out the book display in our lobby for a selection of some of these great titles!

You can find most of these books in the 741.5 section of the library!

 

Closed for July 4th

July 4th, 2017 by mlproulx

Happy Independence Day!

Oesterle Library will be closed in observance of Independence Day.

Have a safe and happy holiday!

We will reopen Wednesday July 5th at 7:45am

End of the Academic Year

May 26th, 2017 by mlproulx

Can you believe it? We’re already nearing the end of Spring term!

This is your friendly reminder to return ALL items by the Wednesday of Finals week (6/7). This includes Oesterle items and I-Share items.

If you are taking Summer Classes that begin on June 12th, you are allowed to check out and renew items after the 7th. And we are happy to help you with that!

Good Luck on Finals!!

Black Lives Still Matter

February 28th, 2017 by mlproulx

 

Black History Month may be drawing to a close, but that does not make our current display on Black Lives Matter any less relevant. We actively celebrate the value and achievements of the black community both on campus and around the country. Student members of the NCC Black Student Association contributed to guide on the art, poetry, music, and film that celebrates the Black Lives Matter Movement. Enjoy what they’ve put together here.

 

Here is a preview:

 

Image of Black Lives Matter Guide

 

 

 

MLK Week Archives Exhibit

January 13th, 2017 by mlproulx

Black Academics, Activism and Art at North Central College: 1959-1974

Reception Monday, January 16, 8:30am

This exhibit, curated by Archives student assistants Brandon Barnes and Cynthia Apantenco, focuses on African American North Central College students’ experiences from the civil rights movement in the late 1950s through the development of the Black Power Movement in the 1970s. The exhibit covers the exchange program between North Central and Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) in Atlanta, the development of North Central’s Black Student Association (BSA), and the establishment of a Black Cultural Center (now the Multicultural Center) in Goldspohn Hall. The exhibit, which features pages of The Chronicle, documents from the BSA, an oral history from an African American alumna, and other archival material, is located in the Oesterle Library Reference Room and will be on display through winter term.