2021 News Archive

Journal Collections Deselection Process

The University Libraries invite faculty to participate in our data-driven decision-making process for eliminating duplicate and low-use print content from the libraries' collections. Driven by plans to merge the Health Sciences Library collections and personnel into the Reinert Library space by the end of 2023, journal content deselection is the first phase of the project. The second phase, print book deselection, will begin in the Fall.

The list is available for your review at https://culibraries.creighton.edu/journals2021. This site contains explanations of the process and data elements, as well as an online form to submit your feedback.

We ask that you provide feedback no later than June 1, 2021. 

Library hours for Easter

Maundy Thursday, April 1

7:00 am - 5:00 pm

Good Friday, April 2

Closed

Holy Saturday, April 3

Closed

Easter Sunday, April 4

Closed

Monday, April 5

Regular hours resume

JaySearch logins disrupted Tuesday afternoon

Authentication into Ex Libris Alma and Primo/JaySearch may be disrupted on Tuesday, March 23 between 1 – 3 PM. The disruption is expected to last approximately 30 minutes. If people are logged into the system prior to the outage, they will remain logged in.  Those searching JaySearch but not logged in or on campus should be unaffected.  Connection to electronic resources not going through JaySearch will be unaffected.

Library closed Saturday, February 20, 2021

A pipe for the heating system burst at the Health Sciences Library today, Saturday, February 20, 2021. Facilities is working on repairs and cleanup. The library will be closed today. We will post updates as we have them.

Health Sciences Library reopens Monday, February 15

A water supply line for the Health Sciences Library burst over the weekend. The library will reopen Monday, February 15, 2021. There is no water supply to the building. Please plan to use the restrooms in the Boyne Building until repairs are completed.

Health Sciences Library closed Sunday, February 14

The Health Sciences Library water supply is not working. The library will be closed until water service is restored. Reinert Alumni Library is open. Reference is working from home and monitoring email, chat, and phone.

How to Be an Antiracist

antiracist cover imageThe libraries have purchased copies of How to Be an Antiracist to support the Office of the Vice Provost for Institutional Diversity and Inclusion, Creighton Intercultural Center, A.F. Jacobson Endowed Chair in Communication, and Schlegel Center for Service and Justice reading and discussion groups. The reading group sponsors also are providing some copies of the book.

Check availability of print copies at Reinert Alumni Library and Health Sciences Library.

The libraries have licensed access for 10 simultaneous users. Please click on exit at the top right to immediately release the book for another reader.

Newest version of Refworks

refworks logoThe library is encouraging you to consider switching to the newest version of RefWorks. Why switch?

  • New and updated look and function
  • Drag and drop pdfs into your New RefWorks database
  • Annotate your pdfs directly in RefWorks
  • Share Projects with group members
  • Utilize RefWorks Citation Manager (RCM) to cite and create bibliographies in Word
  • Seamless migration for those ready to upgrade

Legacy RefWorks is still supported. Contact reference staff if you have questions about RefWorks at refdesk@creighton.edu or (402) 280 5138.

 

Inclement weather closes library buildings Tuesday

The Reinert Alumni Library and Health Sciences Library buildings will be closed Tuesday, January 26, 2021, due to the inclement weather. Library staff are working from home and will monitor email, chat, and phones.

Inclement weather closes library buildings

The Reinert Alumni Library and the Health Sciences Library buildings will be closed Monday, January 25, due to inclement weather. Library staff will be working from home. Reach library staff by using the regular chat, email, and phone contacts.

 

Watch "John Lewis: Good Trouble"

lewisposterimageCelebrate MLK day by watching a documentary about John Lewis. The Kingfisher Institute will have a reading group and watch party in February.

"An intimate account of legendary U.S. Representative John Lewis’ life, legacy and more than 60 years of extraordinary activism" 

The film's production company website has an interactive user guide.

 

 

 

Posted January 15, 2021