Read about SUNY Geneseo on the Princeton Review‘s website and see what students say about SUNY Geneseo and Milne Library. You can also get information on rankings, financial aid, and statistics. A neat feature on the site is the “Review Map” where students search for schools other Geneseo applicants also considered, and group them by size, geography, selectivity, and more. Princeton Review calls it “six degrees of admissions”.
The SUNY Geneseo Summer Reading Program book this fall is Letters From a Young Activist. Librarian Tracy Paradis has created a resource guide for those interested in learning more about the book and in preparation for the discussions, being held around campus on Sunday, August 27th.
Please see the 2006 Summer Reading Program website for more information about the discussions.
Orientation to the Teaching and Learning Center and the Library for new faculty will be on Tuesday August 22 beginning at 9:00 a.m. Milne Library’s goal for the day is to introduce you to the local resources that you need to begin teaching, reserves, library instruction, etc.Previous attendees have told us that this session is timely and very helpful.
There will be a break for lunch, please RSVP to Melissa Jadlos to help us keep track of how many are attending.
Associate Director, Milne Library
1 College Circle
Geneseo, NY 14454
Today is the launch of the new Milne Library website. New features include:
- A QuickSearch on the homepage which allows users to directly search commonly used tools like GLOCAT and ERes
- “Check my library account” to easily access your library information
- New and improved database pages called Resources by Subject
- RSS feeds for the blog and the New Books List
- New online gallery of library photos
Keep checking back for new features. We will be making improvements throughout the coming semester and the new website design is just one of our many plans for library website development this year!
Testing begins in earnest today on the new library website! Library staff members have been asked to test all sections of the new website and report any editorial and functionality errors they find. It’s a lengthy process, but well worth it in the end. Contact Kate Pitcher if you find any errors you would like to report.
Interested in helping people with technical problems?
The library is looking for students who can provide technical support with a high level of customer service.
If you are interested, please stop by the library circulation desk for an application.
During freshman orientation sessions this summer, students will get their first look at Milne Library as they are advised and register for classes on our main floor. Some students will also be taking their foreign language exams in our Electronic Resource Center (ERC).
Please join us in welcoming our incoming freshman!