National Library Week Winners!
The MEC Library wants to thank everyone for helping us celebrate National Library Week last week. We had a great time at the kickoff breakfast and enjoyed the conversation at our Faculty Flash Instruction sessions.
We especially want to thank everyone who participated in our NLW games and contests. We passed out a ton of ducks in exchange for student library surveys. We also had some great entries in our Book Spine Poetry contest as well as our other games and contest.
Here are the winners:
- Book Spine Poetry
- 1st: Sara Klosky
- 2nd: Andrea Andrada
- Medical Terminology Scramble
- 1st: Karen Sison
- 2nd: Rebecca Babcock
- Libraries in the Movies and TV Trivia
- 1st: Andrea Andrada
- 2nd: Anika Johnson
National Library Week Breakfast
Monday, April 14th from 9-11am
Join us in celebrating National Library Week 2014. There will be food, coffee, and lots of fun. We can’t wait to see you there!
Join us in celebrating National Library Week next week. We can’t wait!!!
Medical Terminology Scramble
Libraries in the Movies/TV Trivia
Book Spine Poetry
Come get some food and coffee and show your love for the library!
New MEC Library Staff Member
Stop by and meet the newest member of the MEC Library family, Sam Skeleton. Sam loves to study and share his knowledge on the Skeletal System. He even know about the tendons, ligaments, and the muscle origins and insertions.
Ask a Librarian about checking Sam out. I am sure he would love to join your study group.
How many more weeks of winter?
February 2, 2014
Sunday was Groundhog day.
Every year on February 2nd, Punxsutawney Phil (from Punsutawney, PA) emerges from his borrow, looks to the sky, and gives us his prediction on just how much more winter weather we will be having.
According to legend, if the Phil sees his shadow, then we will have six more weeks of winter. If by chance he does not see his shadow, then spring will come early.
In Punxsutawney, the tradition follows that Phil speaks to the Groundhog Club President in Groundhogese and directs the president to read from a certain scroll. The message this year was:
“A Super Bowl winner I will not predict,
But my weather forecast, you cannot contradict
That’s not a football lying beside me
It’s my shadow you see
So, six more weeks of winter it shall be!”
So sorry NOVA. We still have six more weeks of winter ahead of us…according to a groundhog named Phil that is.
The first official day of Spring is Thursday, March 20th.
Wikipedia: Groundhog Day