Campus Notice: UMass Dartmouth Campus closed until 5 p.m., Wednesday, January 22. Ring Road parking ban.
Officials will continue to closely monitor the storm. Please return to umassd.edu for the latest updates.
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The campus is closed and will resume normal operations on Wednesday, January 22, at 5 p.m.
Second shift staff should report at 5 p.m.
Public Safety officers should report as scheduled.
All Wednesday, January 22 evening classes will be held as scheduled. Day classes are canceled.
Evening classes canceled. Campus closing at 6 p.m. Ring Road parking ban until further notice. More info on UMassD Web site: http://www1.umassd.edu/communications/articles/showarticles.cfm?a_key=3077
Damaris Berner rolled her last cart of newly cataloged books out of her office last Tuesday, completing her story at UMassD and beginning the next chapter of her life. During her time here, Damaris helped move the library forward in many ways, including creating metadata for a wide array of print and electronic resources and through her collaborative work on projects throughout the library. Most recently she served as a key team member on several vital library projects such as the merger of the UMass Law School Library collection into the Claire T. Carney Library‘s integrated library system, the library renovation collection relocation project and her efforts as a core member of the team that implemented library’s next generation Alma Unified Resource Management system and the Primo discovery and delivery system. And we’d be remiss if we didn’t note her remarkable efforts in support of the Claire T. Carney Library Associates. From books to eBooks to born digital objects Damaris endeavored to make the library’s resources findable and retrievable to all students, researchers and readers alike. She will be missed by all!
Enjoy the day! Think of it as a gift from nature (after you’re done shoveling)!
See you on Monday!
UMass Dartmouth Press Release: The campus will be closed at 3 p.m. Thursday and all day Friday. Ring Road parking ban begins at 3 p.m.
More details http://www1.umassd.edu/communications/articles/showarticles.cfm?a_key=3077
It is the holiday break, but has that stopped you from checking your e-mail?
We didn’t think so.
Maybe you need help. Try following the chart below for starters.
And, enjoy the rest of your holiday break!
Should I Check My E-Mail by Wendy MacNaugton
See more great graphics on her site.
Happy Holidays from the Claire T. Carney Library!
For The New Year
The Claire T. Carney Library
Enjoy your break, you earned it!
Staying near UMass Dartmouth during the break. Check out the library hours.
It was a difficult contest to judge and, well, frankly hard to look at … but the winner is:
Sonia Pacheco. And she is (somehow) so proud!
But the other contestants (Joanne Mello, Heather Tripp, Kayla Hodgson, Yueqing Chen, and Susanne Andrews) have nothing to be ashamed about. OK, they do, those were some pretty UGLY sweaters! Congratulations ALL! Happy Holidays!
The Claire T. Carney Library Associates present a holiday program:
WHAT: Explore American Artist and Illustrator, Norman Rockwell
with Charles Flint, a local art authenticator & appraiser from Berkshire county
WHERE: Grand Reading Room, Claire T. Carney Library, UMass Dartmouth
When: Sunday, December 15th, 2:00-4:00 pm
~ Free and Open to the Public ~
* Reception to Follow *
Parking available in Lot 13
Hosted by: Chancellor Professor Emeritus Mel B. Yoken
For additional information call: 508-995-3528
LIBRARY OPEN 24 HOURS
The Claire T. Carney Library will be open continuously through Tuesday, December 17 when we close at 7 PM. This period covers the last days of classes and the last day of the final exam period. Regular library services such as circulation/reserve transactions will only be available on the same schedule as regular library hours. IT assistance will be available at the Learning Commons service point on the 1st floor for all of the hours that the building is open.
Extended hours are for members of the UMD community only. Please have your UMass Pass with you as you ma be asked to present it during the overnight hours to verify eligibility for the extended hours. If you need to obtain a UMass Pass, please go to their office located on the ground floor of the campus center Monday – Friday 9 AM to 4 PM.
Please contact the Library Dean at firstname.lastname@example.org for general information and the IT Student Services Center email@example.com or 508-999-8884 for IT questions.
Terrance M. Burton
Dean of Library Services
University of Massachusetts Dartmouth