Currently on display is Time is No Big Deal by Katherine Bajsarowicz-Borg. This giant clock is entirely constructed of cardboard.
Collaborative Work Space in the Library
UEL & OTS have teamed up to create collaborative work spaces. Giant computer screens, white boards (some smarter than others) and other technologies will enable students to work together.
UE Libraries is the gateway for student exploration, research, collaboration and learning. Librarians and staff are ready to assist students with research assignments during the over 100 hours the Libraries are open.
UE Libraries provides an array of information services which underwrite the curricular and research programs of the University. Services range from traditional library collections and electronic full text databases to individualized reference assistance and library instruction. Information on most library holdings is available through the online catalog known as ACE which is accessible both on and off-campus.
UE Libraries' collections include more than 275,000 bound volumes of books and periodicals, access to 14,000 scholarly journal titles, 480,000 microform units, and access to an expanding array of online databases. Collections are supplemented by an active interlibrary loan service through which the resources of other libraries are made available to students and faculty. Circulation policies for students permit a renewable three-week loan for books. The Libraries also support study and teaching at Harlaxton College, the University's British campus, by providing access to most online databases available at the Evansville campus.