Preus Library at Luther College in Decorah, IA, is seeking new library homes for several pieces of extremely sturdy, solid-wood study furniture. Interested? Questions? Email [email protected]
Preus Library at Luther College in Decorah, IA, is seeking new library homes for two rows of metal shelving. Interested? Questions? Email [email protected]
LIS is pleased to announce that we are beginning the search process for a full-time Technical Services Assistant in Preus Library.
UPDATE: As of 4/30, access to EBSCO databases has been restored.
Beginning on the afternoon of April 29, EBSCO databases have been displaying intermittent periods of unavailability. The vendor is working to resolve this issue.
Preus Library's annual National Library Week book sale will be held from Monday, April 14 to Tuesday, April 22. Hundreds of hardcover and paperback books will be available for purchase in the library. Prices decline daily. First day prices: $5/hardcover, $2/paperback.
Upcoming opportunities for faculty to learn more about utilizing the ebook collections from Preus Library.
Recent updates to this resource for academic and career development include a new, easier to navigate interface, along with a new tutorial and test-taking platform.
In anticipation of the upcoming Center Stage production of Fahrenheit 451, Preus Library invites the Luther community to fire up our brains with good literature and conversation. Read, think, discuss and celebrate your freedom to read--and perhaps win a prize or two!
Attention game geeks and word nerds! We have a fantastic International Games Day event planned for you next Saturday, Nov. 16, 2 pm - 5 pm in the library.
Prizes will include candy-filled Preus Library mugs. Delicious snacks will be served.
The Luther College Archives will host the premiere of a new documentary telling the story of the Luther College Concert Band tour to Europe in 1936 on Friday, November 22nd.
Extended study hours now offered in the library! Thanks to the efforts of Campus Safety & Security and LIS, the library's main floor now remains open for general study until 1 a.m. Sunday-Thursday.