April 12, 2007

National Library Week

ALL WEEKResearch Fair
Stop by to see the work of your colleagues on display throughout the library.


  • Tea-time: Tea and cookies served in the Library Lobby each day at 10:30 am.
  • Amnesty: April 16-21 only. All late fees forgiven on the return of your overdue books.
  • Book Drive: Bring your new and gently-used children's books for the Baltimore Reads Book Bank, which benefits disadvantaged families in Baltimore.


Monday, April 16
The World According to Google:
3 pm / Library Classroom
Stop in to sharpen your google productivity! Open to all, no need to register.  Repeated at 3 pm on Wednesday and Friday.

Tuesday, April 17
Presentation of the Julia Rogers Research Prizes
4 pm / Library Lobby
Join us for cake and to congratulate the winners of this year's student prizes.

Wednesday, April 18
A Baby Shower for Three New "Cradle Books
11:30 am / Special Collections and Archives

The students of the English Descriptive Bibliography Group will unveil their discovery of a "Sammelband" containing five 15th century works by Baptista Mantuanus.

Laura Lippman
7 pm / Haebler Memorial Chapel
Laura Lippman, best-selling author of the Tess Monaghan mysteries, will read from one of her latest novels at the Friends of the Goucher College Library Annual Meeting Program. Books will be available for purchase and signing.

Friday,  April 20
Research Fair Open House
1 - 2 pm / Throughout the Library
Come and talk with exhibitors about their research projects.

The CTLT Digital Arts Showcase
2 - 4 pm / ALZ and Robertson Wing
An annual celebration of the best academic student projects utilizing digital arts in any of its various forms.

Let Laura Tell You a Story...
4 pm / Soper Room
Laura Schlitz '77, librarian, playwright, and author of A Drowned Maiden's Hair and The Hero Schliemann, will read from her work.  All ages welcome; books will be available for purchase and signing.

Media Contact
Nancy Magnuson
College Librarian