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Student Ambassador ProgramStudent Ambassador Program
For students who want to gain professional skills and shape the student experience at UMaine’s library, Fogler Library has a new opportunity available. The library is launching a Student Ambassador Program and is looking for volunteers willing to commit a few hours each month to serve as liaisons between Fogler Library and students at UMaine. Ambassadors will work with staff advisors to help promote the library through events, social media, multimedia projects, and other outreach opportunities. -- Added:8/30/2016

New fall program: Family Night in the LMCNew fall program: Family Night in the LMC
Did you know that Fogler Library has a children's and young adult book collection? Bring your family and explore the stacks at Family Night at the LMC, beginning August 31 and continuing every Wednesday night from 6-7 PM over the course of the fall semester. Librarians Amber Gray and Grace Liu will be there to help find books and recommend titles that might interest you. Children of all ages are welcome! -- Added:8/30/2016

Special Collections Finding Aids in DigitalCommons@UMaineSpecial Collections Finding Aids in DigitalCommons@UMaine
Ever wonder what’s in the archive? A new section of DigitalCommons@UMaine allows for searching and browsing the contents of the Special Collections Department’s largest manuscript collections which include university records and historic materials related to Maine business, education, arts, politics, and more. -- Added:8/24/2016

New Hot Topics Guide:  HazingNew Hot Topics Guide: Hazing
Hazing, or when newcomers to an organization are forced to undergo harassment, humiliation, or abuse by members of the organization, is an ongoing problem at the high school and college level. This guide can serve as a starting point for those interested in reading news items or conducting research about hazing. -- Added:7/13/2016

New Exhibit -- Beer: Just Brew It!New Exhibit -- Beer: Just Brew It!
Whether you prefer to drink beer, brew it, or sing about it, you'll find something of interest in our July exhibit. Visit the display case on the ground floor to see a rarely displayed decorative stein from our Special Collections Department, or view print and electronic materials online. -- Added:7/5/2016

Andean Past publishes on DigitalCommmons@UMaineAndean Past publishes on DigitalCommmons@UMaine
The peer-reviewed, open-access series now published by the Department of Anthropology at the University of Maine is dedicated to research in the archaeology and ethnohistory of western South America. Focused on precolumbian times, it also includes articles on the colonial period that enhance understanding of indigenous cultures before 1492. The 2016 addition (vol 12) is now available with archived issues to follow. -- Added:6/17/2016

Faculty ServicesFaculty Services
Fogler Library's newly updated Faculty Services guide highlights resources and services intended to support research and teaching at The University of Maine. The guide includes information about liaison librarians, library instruction opportunities, course reserves, research tools, and much more. -- Added:8/12/2015

Popular Reading E-books and AudiobooksPopular Reading E-books and Audiobooks
Looking for some light reading? Fiction and non-fiction e-books and audio books are ready to download to your device – all for free from the Maine InfoNet Download Library. Mystery, history, sci-fi, biography, and more are just a few clicks away. New titles added continually. -- Added:8/9/2015

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