UFV library has put together a small display of books by and about Maya Angelou who passed away today at the age of 86. Angelou, an acclaimed writer and activist, is regarded as a national treasure for her ability to inspire others through her poetry, memoirs and other literary and performing arts work. Click here for a biography of this truly remarkable woman.
One desk -- all questions!
During the summer, the UFV Library is experimenting with combining our Reference Desk and Circulation Desk into one, co-located desk.
So, for all your questions, you can come to one desk.
One desk -- two ends!
Although we will be using one desk during our pilot project, there will be two service points. The staff working on the left-hand side can handle your circulation questions and the staff on the right-hand side can answer your reference questions. So, you can still talk to the experts in circulation and references services!
During our pilot project, we anticipate that service will remain the same or even improve. We encourage students and employees to provide us with feedback:
Survey: Complete a yellow survey (located at the desk) and tell us about your experience.
Focus group: Provide us with your name and email address if you would like to participate in a focus group.
Farley Mowat, the award winning Canadian author and environmentalist has died at the age of 92. The Abbotsford library has put together a display of his books from the collection. Click here to read an article about his life and legacy written by Sandra Martin of the Globe and Mail. If you are interested in researching more about Mowat's life and work, click here to connect to the Literature Resource Center, which provides extensive biographical and critical articles on international literary authors.