POSTED: 9:19 AM, March 24, 2017

LearningExpress Library

Provided by the Alabama Public Library Service, LearningExpress Library offers access to skill-building interactive courses and practice tests for most undergraduate and graduate exams as well as professional exams. Tests included are GED, ACT, SAT, TOEFL, LSAT, GMAT MCAT, PRAXIS, general math, reading, writing, and some software applications. Practice tests include immediate diagnostic score reports.

Users will need to register and create and account.

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POSTED: 9:15 AM, March 24, 2017

By Allison Lee Palmer and published by Rowman & Littlefield in 2016, this is the Second Edition.  This volume is located in the Library of Architecture, Design, and Construction in Dudley Hall under call number NA 200 .P35 2016.

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POSTED: 9:12 AM, March 24, 2017

Available for your convenience is the Income Tax Page .  It provides links to web sites that contain income tax information, law, forms, contacts, and more.  The Income Tax Page is located under the Subject Guides tab located in the upper central portion of the Auburn University Libraries homepage .  Next, click on the All Guides link and then click on the Income Tax Page link.

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POSTED: 3:40 PM, March 9, 2017

Humans vs. Zombies will take place at the Ralph Brown Draughon Library on Friday, April 7.

Registration starts at 7:00 p.m. at the Parking Deck entrance.  There is a limit of 300 players.

An Auburn University student i.d. is required to participate.

Fight the horde!

For more information, please contact: .


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POSTED: 3:38 PM, March 9, 2017

Mass Death and the Emotional History of the First World War

Prof. Bruno Cabanes, Donald G. and Mary A. Dunn Chair in Modern Military History, The Ohio State University

Date and Time:  Wednesday, March 22 at 3 p.m.

Location:  Caroline Marshall Draughon Room (Ground Floor Auditorium), Ralph Brown Draughon Library

Professor Cabanes is a historian of Twentieth-Century Europe, and more specifically, the social and cultural history of war.  He is particularly interested in the period of transition that followed World War I.  He has analyzed the topic from a variety of angles:  the demobilization of combat troops, the traumatic impact of war on soldiers and civilians, a comparative study of the different post-war periods in the Twentieth Century, and, more recently, the environmental history of war and its aftermath.

Sponsored by:  Auburn University Libraries.

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POSTED: 3:30 PM, March 9, 2017

Be sure to consult the Library Hours link located in the upper right side of the Auburn University Libraries homepage to determine library hours of operation during the Spring Break period in effect Saturday, March 11 through Saturday, March 18 Normal hours resume on Sunday, March 19.

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POSTED: 3:20 PM, March 9, 2017

Many new titles are arriving this year as part of the Auburn University Libraries Juvenile Award Winner Approval Plan.  Currently on display you will see dozens of volumes and dust jackets on the range of shelves that has been installed on the First Floor of the Ralph Brown Draughon Library just past the New Book Shelves and near the glass elevator atrium.

These books represent the following awards, medals, and honors:

  • American Library Association Best Fiction for Young Adults
  • American Library Association Notable Children’s Books
  • Boston Globe-Horn Book Awards (Announced late May)
  • Caldecott Medal and Honors
  • Coretta Scott King Book Awards
  • Edgar Allan Poe Award - Children (Announced in May)
  • Great Graphic Novels for Teens. Top Ten (YALSA)
  • Green Earth Book Awards
  • Mildred L. Batchelder Award
  • Michael L. Printz Award/Honor for Excellence in Young Adult Literature
  • Newbery Medal and Honors
  • NCTE Orbis Pictus Award/Honors for Outstanding Nonfiction for Children
  • Pura Belpré Award and Honors
  • Robert F. Sibert Informational Book Award/Honors
  • Scott O'Dell Award for Historical Fiction
  • Theodor Seuss Geisel Medal and Honors
  • USBBY: Outstanding International Book List
  • YALSA Award and Finalists for Excellence in Nonfiction for Young Adults

For more information concerning the Juvenile Literature Collection, please see the Juvenile Literature Subject Guide .  A direct link to the list of awards is available here.

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POSTED: 3:09 PM, March 9, 2017

Unconventional Oil and Gas Resources Handbook:  Evaluation and Development

Edited by Y. Zee Ma and Stephen A. Holditch, this volume was published by Gulf Professional Publishing, an imprint of Elsevier, in 2016.   It is located on the Fourth Floor of the Ralph Brown Draughon Library under call number TN 870 .U63 2016.  It is also available in electronic format via link found in the library catalog record ( click here ).

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POSTED: 3:03 PM, March 9, 2017

By Finn Laursen and published by Rowman & Littlefield in 2016, this volume is located on the Third Floor of the Ralph Brown Draughon Library under call number JN 15 .R75 2016.

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POSTED: 3:01 PM, March 9, 2017

The message below concerns the establishment of a blog that provides useful information concerning the library database, Independent Voices  .   The database is an ongoing digitization project supported in part by Auburn University Libraries that chronicles the transformative decades of the 60s, 70s and 80s through alternative press magazines, journals, and newspapers. This interdisciplinary project is of interest to women and gender studies, sociology, political science, history, communication and multicultural studies among others.


Dear Independent Voices supporter,


Several weeks ago I was contacted by Jeremy Guida, who just finished his PhD at University of California Irvine.  Jeremy spent two years researching the underground press. Independent Voices was an important tool in his work. Jeremy said he was interested in writing a blog for us and I delightedly accepted his offer!  We decided to call our blog Digging the Underground.


Yesterday we published Jeremy's first blog post, Remembering the Human Be-In. The blog post makes for great reading and is scholarly to boot.  I think you will find his posts will be helpful in better understanding the value of the content in the collection. Also, our hope is the blog will be a great internal marketing tool for you to raise awareness of Independent Voices with faculty members who are teaching and researching in areas related to the late 20th century culture.


We expect to publish a new blog post every one to two weeks, with guest bloggers filling in from time-to-time.  Next week look for another blog post from Jeremy about our latest addition to Independent Voices, East Village Other. There is currently no way to subscribe to the blog, but we'll be fixing that soon.  In the meantime, I'll send you a quick note when new entries are added.


Use the comment section to let us know what you think. Tweet a link to your followers. Forward this email to your colleagues. Do whatever you can to spread the word so as many people as possible will get hip to this great new resource!


Warm regards,


Peggy Glahn Program Director, Reveal Digital

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