Category: Milne Library

New Faculty: Find all your resources at Milne!

Milne Library offers support for faculty in teaching, research, and publishing.   Are you new to  teaching at SUNY Geneseo? We have a convenient guide for all your faculty needs!

https://libguides.geneseo.edu/new-faculty-resources

Please visit our website Faculty Services page for additional information about our Library Instruction Program, OER Services, Course Reserves, and more!  https://www.geneseo.edu/library/faculty-services

 

WELCOME, Students! Research Help is here for you!

Welcome, Students! As the semester begins and due dates for your research assignments and projects approach, see what assistance (and time savings) a research librarian can offer you!

Librarians can help you: brainstorm and refine your research topic, locate scholarly research, materials, and/or data, help you cite information, and much more!

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Board Games at Milne!

Milne Library owns over 70 games and all of these games can be borrowed for free for up to 28 days. We carry anything from classics like Scrabble, Life and Clue to educational games such as  Race to Madrid  and  First Orchard  to action/adventure games like Takenoko  and  Carcassonne. Continue reading…

Artwork from Guantanamo Bay Prison: Exhibit at Milne, November 8-14

Located in the Milne Lobby Display cases, “Artwork from Guantánamo Bay Prison” highlights  artwork by different Guantánamo Bay prisoners.  Each painting contains a plaque that gives a brief description of the artist’s detainee life and the title of the piece.

This exhibit was previously featured during  the SUNY Geneseo Cultural Harmony Week, October 2018. The exhibit runs from November 8 – November 14 in Milne Library.

Each work represents how the detainees feel in such an isolated and constrictive setting.  “Untitled (Shipwreck)”(2011)  is the  example shown in this article. The artist, Djamel Ameziane, was detained from 2002 until 2013, when he was transferred to Algeria.

Some of the artists in this exhibit have since been released from Guantánamo; others have been detained for 16 years, with no end in sight. None of the artists have ever been charged with a crime. In November 2017, the US military banned any more artwork from leaving the prison.

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Cite Your Sources? Save time and frustration with the Milne Library Citation Guide!

Citation?  Who can remember all that searching/citing/writing stuff anyway?

Milne is here to help! On Milne Library’s homepage, go to the Cite My Sources link. Milne Library offers everything you’ll  need to help you through your research project, no matter which stage it’s at, from “Begin My Research” to “Edit and Proofread My Writing.” Continue reading…