Faculty and Staff:
Faculty and Staff:
We asked and students answered! If you didn’t have to pay for textbooks what would you do with the money?
Laptop, tuition, pay off interest, buy a car, food, travel, shoes, pay off mom!
Stop by the Newtown 3rd Floor Service Desk and view The Power of Positivity!
Photo credit: Karl Carter 1/31/19
Join us in the Newtown campus library CoLab (L310) on Thursday, February 28th from 12:30-1:30pm as we discuss The Confidence Gap – A guide to Overcoming Fear and Self-Doubt by Russ Harris. The discussion will be led by Tina Permar and is sponsored by Bucks Wellness & the Library. This is a free event and open to everyone.
Buck’s librarian Margaret Montet was recently interviewed by Chestnut Hill Local regarding her appearance on January 29th at the Center on the Hill. Read all about it and Margaret in the article, “Expert explores Harlem Renaissance at the Center on the Hill” by Len Lear.
Beginning January 28th, Yoga in the Library! Free to students, faculty, and staff. Drop-in and join us every Monday from 11-11:45am in CoLab1 (L310). Sponsored by Bucks Wellness and the Library.
By Unknown photographer – Film Fun (Jan. – Dec. 1919) at the Internet Archive, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=33545830
For the first time in twenty years, U.S copyright expired on hundreds of published works from 1923, which can now be freely adapted. Books by Aldous Huxley, Kahlil Gibran, and Robert Frost are now available without restriction online, as well as over a thousand works such as of movies and songs. You can check out a partial list of released works and the history of copyright fights here.
Public Domain Day 2019 by Duke Law School’s Center for the Study of the Public Domain is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.