Journal Club Tomorrow!

Journal Club Tomorrow! It’s time for another great Journal Club Meeting! The next meeting will be held TOMORROW Tuesday, September 24th, from 1-2 PM in the Brown Room. This informal group is open to any interested student workers, staff, or faculty that would like to discuss current library trends. “Membership” in the group is completely […]

Bruno Taut’s Glashaus

Bruno Taut’s Glashaus Bruno Taut’s Glashaus made by Clemson Architecture students under Dr. Ufuk Ersoy. Featured in the Gunnin Architecture Library : model of Bruno Taut’s Glashaus made by Clemson Architecture students under Dr. Ufuk Ersoy. From the display: “In 1914, the young architect Bruno Taut (1880-1938) and the bohemian poet Paul Scheerbart (1863-1915) sought […]

Making People Count at the Libraries

Making People Count at the Libraries Recently, a new people-counting sensor was installed over the main entrance on the fourth floor of Cooper Library. This new system from SenSource is a vast improvement over the old counting system built into the security gate at the fourth-floor exit, which had to be recorded by hand and […]

Textbook Reserve program up and running

Textbook Reserve program up and running The Textbook Reserve Program is a pilot project between the Clemson University Libraries and Undergraduate Student Government. The pilot will last August 2019-May 2020. A total of $10,000 in funding from Libraries and Student Government funding was split into 2 semesters-Fall 2019 and Spring 2020. Textbook items are rented […]

Research Roundtable 9/12

Research Roundtable 9/12 Please join us for the next Research Roundtable meeting! Research Roundtable is an informal monthly discussion forum and working group for librarians working on all stages of their research projects, from idea formation through publishing and all the steps in between. We’ll be meeting on Thursday, September 12th at 2pm in the […]

Retro TD Project Tracking page

Retro TD Project Tracking page Since 2016, we have digitized more than 750,000 pages from over 6,800 theses and dissertations, including all single copies, those from Gunnin, and 50% of Cooper. I’ve created a page on Staffweb for people to view our progress, find related links, and learn about the project: http://library.clemson.edu/depts/olt/teams/digital-scholarship/digiprojects/retro-td/ -Josh Morgan