I have an important presentation coming up this Saturday, October 11th, and I would really appreciate it if someone could cover the morning of that Saturday at the basement desk. I have posted the shift on the tradeboard, and I am willing to trade for another day!
Please take a look, and let me know.
I got a bad case of the Fall Semesters, and the only prescription is MORE GATE COUNTS!
Hourly gate counts start Sunday, September 21st and run through Saturday. Please remember to take the gate counts at the top of every hour! Any questions can be directed to Amy or Tim. Thanks!
I signed up to take my GRE exam (for Grad school applications) at 12:30 on September 20th in Eau Claire, Wisconsin (near where my family lives, about an hour and a half / two hours from the Twin Cities) several weeks ago, however this coming semester it looks like I am scheduled to work Fridays 4-9 and Saturdays 9:45-2, and its a non-refundable test. The schedule for the week of September 15th is not posted yet but I wanted to at least make sure I was able to trade my Saturday shift with someone. It would be ideal as well if someone could at least pick up the tail end of my Friday shift too (maybe 7-9?) just so that I can make the drive home and get well rested before the test, but the essential one to change would be the Saturday shift. If anyone wants to either trade it for another shift in the future (I'm free basically any Sunday as long as I know in advance) or else just if someone wants to pick it up for me, I would greatly appreciate it. Let me know if you are interested either in person or by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can make sure the switch happens.
It's the dog days of summer, which means it's that time again. Time for Gate Counts-A-Palooza! Games, rides, tickets, a giant stuffed panda that you can't possibly carry all day.
Ok, well, none of that stuff. But you still get to collect those fabulous gate counts!
Sunday, August 17th through Saturday August 23rd.
Stay cool out there my book worms,
Gate counts start THIS Sunday, July 6th and run through Saturday, July 12th.
That is all. At ease troops. And Happy 4th of July. Happy Birthday America!
It's dangerous to go alone, take an hourly gate count with you!
Starting this Sunday, June 8th, please take the hourly gate counts through Saturday, July 14th. Thanks so much!
What is the Building Access Program?
The program aims to increase Twin Cities campus security by reducing the number of hours that campus buildings are open to the general public while ensuring that current students, faculty, and staff have access to facilities when they need it. To achieve this goal, exterior entrances will be classified as card-controlled, automated lock/unlock, or exit-only. This will eventually eliminate exterior door keys for entrances and allow the U community to have card access during nonpublic hours when buildings are locked.
Refer to THIS LIST for building's published hours for University students, faculty, and staff. During the listed hours, the building may either be unlocked or may require you to use your U Card for access.
Click HERE for a list of Building Access Program FAQ's.
Hello Circ Workers!
Ever run into an "expired" patron before? If you do, stop, drop, and follow these directions:
If you click on the "Renew" button from the Expired ID pop-up block, it will automatically reactive the account by extending the expiration date to 1 year from today and it will not be alerted. This can lead to a huge problem especially for Friends of the Library borrower accounts as they pay annual memberships to renew their account. If you run into an "expired" patron, it is usually someone who is not currently registered for classes or a Friend of the Library whose subscription has lapsed. Neither of these cases can be allowed to borrow books!
For Friends of the Library, a full time supervisor can renew the subscription for them, otherwise let the patron know that they need to be registered for the current semester to have library privileges. A lot of people will be graduating so this might come up!