Fogler Plus Friends Newsletters

Fogler Friends Newsletter – February 6, 2024

In This Issue: Oakes Room Temporary Closure Oakes Room Temporary Closure UMaine Dining anticipates two Costa coffee machines and a VICKI snack machine to be operational the week of February 5, 2024. Allergen-free options will be available. Due to an unforeseen delay, the Oakes Room will be closed later this week or month for floor […]

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Fogler Friends Newsletter – 1/30/2024

In This Issue: Resources for Black History Month at Fogler Oakes Room Closure & Coffee and Snacks Coming Soon! Behind the Scenes: Circulation Department Resources for Black History Month at Fogler  To commemorate Black History Month, we want to bring your attention to Fogler’s Black History Month Resource Guide. This guide highlights print and digital resources […]

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Fogler Friends Newsletter 01/23/2024

In This Issue: Who Can Vote? A Traveling Exhibit Access Legal Ebooks Remotely BookTok Book Talk Zoom: Fogler Retro Chic Who Can Vote? A Traveling Exhibit Fogler Library has been selected to host the traveling exhibit, Who Can Vote?: A Brief History of Voting Rights in the United States, a display developed by the Gilder […]

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Fogler Friends Newsletter – January 2, 2023

In This Issue: Happy New Year! Fogler Website Redesign Survey Fogler Website Redesign Survey Fogler Library is on a mission to refresh its website, and we’d love your intellectual input. If you could spare 5-10 minutes (yes, we’ve checked the hourglass!) for our survey, it would be immensely helpful. Share your thoughts on our current […]

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Fogler Friends Newsletter 12/20/2023

In This Issue: Season’s Greetings! Fogler Website Redesign Survey Hot Topics: Artificial Intelligence Fogler Website Redesign Survey Fogler Library is on a mission to refresh its website, and we’d love your intellectual input. If you could spare 5-10 minutes (yes, we’ve checked the hourglass!) for our survey, it would be immensely helpful. Share your thoughts […]

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Fogler Friends Newsletter – 11/07/2023

In This Issue: Immigration Challenge – New Locating Open Education Resources for Courses Rare Book Announcement Immigration Challenge – New! Want to know more about immigration and the lives of immigrants? Sign up for the Immigration Challenge, a collaboration between Fogler Library and UMaine’s Office of International Programs! Every day for five days (November 13-17), you’ll receive […]

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Fogler Friends Newsletter – 10/24/2023

Fogler Friends Newsletter – October 24, 2023 View as webpage In This Issue: Hot Topic: Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Halloweekend Horror Author Panel: Conversations at Fogler Hot Topic: Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Fogler’s Research & Instruction Department has put together a new Hot Topic guide on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict. This guide provides links to basic current and historical information, as […]

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Fogler Friends Newsletter – 10/10/2023

In This Issue: Maine Election Information News Center Maine Covers Fogler Library’s Censorship Salon Literary Costume Contest Maine Election Information The Research & Instruction Department has updated the Maine & Local Elections guide to include information about the upcoming November elections. Take a look to get information on the referenda, municipal elections, and how to vote! News Center […]

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Fogler Friends Newsletter – 09/20/2023

In This Issue: Salon: Protecting Acadia National Park Through Public-Private Partnerships Fogler Librarian on radio program “Book Banning: The Tip of the Iceberg?” Salon: Protecting Acadia National Park Through Public-Private Partnerships Monday, October 2, 2023 6:00-8:00pm Light fare and soft drinks will be served. Parking After 4:00pm, all blue and black lots are open for […]

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Fogler Friends Newsletter 8/25/2023

In This Issue: Salon: Planning the Next-Generation University: Parachuting Off the Enrollment Cliff Dean of Libraries on The Maine Question podcast Fogler Library Magazine 2023 Issue Published Salon: Planning the Next-Generation University: Parachuting Off the Enrollment Cliff The Lynch Room has reopened with a new moniker – The Salon – a re-envisioning of this space as a […]

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