Milne Library at SUNY Geneseo is excited to share with you an OER search tool that we have developed called OASIS (Openly Available Sources Integrated Search). Full URL: https://oasis.geneseo.edu/
We have gathered more than 155,000+ records from 52 different sources that have been carefully selected in collaboration with SUNY OER Services.
Continue reading “OASIS: OER Search Tool, built in Milne, now at Milne!”
Welcome to Milne Library!
The library & its staff provide a high level of support for student research & learning. We look forward to working with you during your time at SUNY Geneseo! Continue reading “Welcome, Students!”
Perhaps you’ve noticed the collection of books on display in the entry lobby of Milne Library, just in front of our Minerva? If you haven’t already, we encouraging you to make some time to stop in, take a look and find something that challenges your current beliefs. Continue reading “A Statement on Community from the Milne Library Director”
Oculus Rift, 3D printing, and more!
When: Saturday, December 2, 2017 from 10:00am – 1:00pm.
Where: SUNY Geneseo’s Experimental Space, South 341.
Wadsworth Library & SUNY Geneseo are partnering to host the event, which is open to the community. Continue reading “Technology Open House at SUNY Geneseo: Saturday December 2nd 10am!”
On Friday, October 27th, from 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm , Milne Library will host a Halloween Themed Story Time, in the Teacher Education Resource Center, located on the lower-level of Milne Library.
Costumes are optional but encouraged.
Story Time (performed by members of the Young Children’s Council) will include Halloween stories, crafts, delicious snacks, and games.
This event is sponsored by the Young Children’s Council* and students from the School of Education.
Any age is welcome, though these stories are geared toward the under-10 age group (appropriate for preschoolers).
For more information or to RSVP (walk-ins are welcome!) send an email to Mary Pezzimenti – [email protected] or Michelle Costello – [email protected]
*The Young Children’s Council is sponsored by the Student Association.
Letchworth State Park is a nearby resource for offers year-round opportunities to enjoy nature at its most beautiful. If there’s one thing that’s not to be missed, it’s the Fall foliage! While it’s not always easy to plan the best time, there are some tools to help with that. Check out the Foliage Map. Continue reading “Out and About: Checking out Fall Foliage”
We are happy to announce that the Writing Learning Center (WLC) is officially open for business for the fall 2017 semester! With a new layout and a splash of paint, the services still inherently remain the same. Continue reading “Writing Learning Center is OPEN”
Join SUNY Geneseo students and members of the Rochester Lego Users Group in exploring and creating with Lego® bricks!
Saturday, April 22, 2017 from 11:00am – 1:00pm (registration from 10:30-11:00)
SUNY Geneseo, Milne Library, TERC area CLICK FOR MAP
Members of the Rochester Lego Users Group will introduce basic concepts in Lego® design and showcase some of their creations. Attendees will get a chance to build their own creations, and explore physical and digital Lego® design. SUNY Geneseo students will be lending a hand to help younger enthusiasts in designing and creating their projects, however, parents must stay with children during the event.
This is the latest in several planned joint SUNY Geneseo and Community events involving LEGO® designed to bridge the gaps of fun and learning with students and families!
This event is FREE and open to anyone interested in Lego® creation and NO experience required!
For more information or to RSVP (not required!), please email Michelle Costello (firstname.lastname@example.org)!
In celebration of National Random Acts of Kindness Week, please join us in taking a Kindness Pledge.
“I resolve to speak, think and act kindly towards others and to avoid speaking, thinking and acting unkindly. I pledge to participate in the movement to spread kindness to my campus community and beyond.”
Are you up for the challenge?
Milne Library is delighted to welcome our new Business Librarian, Alan Witt, who comes to us from Rivier University, New Hampshire. Alan has B.A.s in Archeology & Medieval Studies from Wesleyan University in Connecticut, & an M.A. in History (Medieval Studies) & a Master’s in Library & Information Studies from the University of Rhode Island.
As you might expect from his educational background, Alan has a wide & eclectic group of interests & activities, including playing board games & gaming in general; acapella music ranging from medieval madrigals to modern pop, aikido (a martial art), baking breads & cookies, & reading, particularly fantasy & sci-fi (e.g., George RR Martin & Jim Butcher). And like many of Milne’s librarians, he is owned by a cat, Alaric.
Since arriving here in Geneseo in November Alan has been working with the faculty of the School of Business to expand the library’s business-related research classes & is looking forward to working with students on their business assignments. You can find Alan on the main floor of Milne Library in the Instruction Librarian “fishbowl,” or reach him at [email protected]. Welcome, Alan…we’re really glad you’re here!