Stressed about your midterms? Feeling worn out staying up late writing papers? Sounds like you need to visit with some therapy dogs. Come to the library on Tuesday 10 March from 10:00 – 4:00 and take a break with some adorable stress relievers.
Therapy dogs are specially trained dogs that are very friendly to people and other animals. Spending just a few minutes with them helps relieve stress and promote relaxation.
Saturday, 28 February – Sunday, 1 March CLOSED
Monday, 2 March – Friday, 6 March 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Saturday, 7 March CLOSED
Sunday, 8 March 11:00 am – 1:00 am
During finals week the duPont-Ball Library is busier than it ever has been. Students use the library for a variety of reasons, including writing papers, group projects, and quiet study. Please be respectful and courteous of your fellow students using the library by minimizing noise and distractions and cleaning up after yourself.
Good luck on those finals! Straight A’s for all the Hatters!
In partnership with the Academic Affairs Committee of the Student Government Association, the library is pleased to announce extended late night hours December 7th through December 12th. The library will be open until 2:00 am each of those evenings. Thank you to SGA and the library staff who made these extra hours possible.
Please see the library’s calendar for all the library’s hours.
The duPont-Ball Library now owns a UPrint SE Plus 3D printer. The printer offers high-end ABS filament printing with dissolvable rafting/scaffolding. Because of the cost of this machine and the cost of the materials to support it, this printer is restricted to academic print jobs by appointment Monday-Friday beginning at 8:30 am. Print jobs must be completed by 5:00 pm. Other print jobs may be done any time the library is open on the library’s two MakerBot printers which do NOT require reservations.
To reserve a time to use the printer visit this page.
See all the latest library happenings in our Fall 2014 Newsletter.
You may have noticed the duPont-Ball Library has been hard at work shifting books, kicking up dust, and making a wee bit of noise. This is to make room for the brand new Hollis Family Student Success Center that will be located on the south side of the mezzanine. When the center is completed it will be a great area for students to study, collaborate, and learn.
Congratulations to Dr. Joe Woodside who submitted the winning faculty application for the library’s Google Glass project that supports innovation in Stetson’s teaching and learning mission. Dr. Woodside’s project is titled “WTAM: Wearable Technology Acceptance Model.” Dr. Woodside will share the results of his project in a public forum at the end of this academic year.
Congratulations to Jacob Lites who submitted the winning student application for the library’s Google Glass project that supports innovation in Stetson’s teaching and learning mission. Jacob’s project is titled “Internet of Things Status Monitoring with Augmented Reality on Google Glass.” Jacob will share the results of his project in a public forum at the end of this academic year.
The 2013 Faculty Review is now available. This review lists the publication for Stetson faculty for the previous calendar year.