Welcome to Bird Library's Undergrad Nights!
Undergrad Nights are fun events throughout the semester loaded with snacks and destressing activities to introduce undergraduate students to SU Libraries resources and research help. Events take place in the ETC (Lower Level of Bird Library) on various Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays from 7-9 pm. Check the schedules below for full details!
Undergrad Nights are hosted by Information Literacy Scholars who are enrolled at the iSchool and work with SU Libraries throughout the school year. Look for our posters in the library and on this guide, as we will post details throughout the semester about each session.
Undergrad Nights Schedule
11/2: Introduction to Research and SUMMON
We will reviewing best practices when beginning your research. Our main focus will be on using the library search engine SUMMON.
Destressing Activity: The Art of Doodling 👩🎨 🎨
11/7: Video Games and Digital Scholarship Space (DSS)
11/8: Zine Stressbuster
11/16: Stacks, Interlibrary Loan (ILL), and Reserves
Always wanted to navigate the stacks in the library, but not sure how to get started? Have no fear we will be going over this as well as what if we don't have the book you are looking for?
Destressing Activity: Puzzles 🧩
11/29: Poster Making and Crafts
11/30: Tech "Petting Zoo"
Stop by to check out all the cool technology you can check out from the circulation desk on the 1st floor.
Destressing Activity: Crossword Puzzles & Sudoku 😵💫
12/7: Leisure Reading, Public Libraries, and Raffle Drawing