March 11: CAL Film Series Screens The Long Goodbye
In a 35-year directing career that began at age 45, Robert Altman made some of the most memorable, eclectic, and distinctive films ever including this critically acclaimed update of Raymond Chandler’s novel featuring the iconic Philip Marlowe. The Long Goodbye (1973), which stars Elliott Gould, Nina van Pallandt and Sterling Hayden, will be shown Tuesday, March 11, at 7 p.m. in the Cline Library Assembly Hall. The screening is free and open to the public. View upcoming films in the College of Arts and Letters Film Series for spring.
New Resource: VAST: Academic Video Online
VAST: Academic Video Online is a multidisciplinary collection of more than 20,000 hand-selected videos, and it is growing by 400 new titles per month. Try a search for a topic of your academic or personal interest. With resources across an amazingly broad range of disciplines, you may be surprised by what you find! The image below shows some recent additions. For help searching or using this resource, Ask a Librarian.
*Notice* NAU or CCC ID Required to Enter Library After 9 p.m.
After careful consideration and in the interest of student safety the library is implementing card access after 9 p.m. effective Monday, Jan. 13. To enter the library, you will need to use a current NAU ID or a current CCC ID that has been registered with the library. If you are a CCC user, bring your card to Cline Library's Main Desk before 9 p.m. for a quick one-time registration in the system. NAU users whose IDs are more than five years old can visit the JacksCard Office in the Union to confirm their ID's compatibility with the library’s system.
Books, Media and More on Green Living and Thinking in the Featured Resources RoomStop by the Featured Resources Room on the first floor to check out books, media and more focused on green living and thinking. This special selection of items available for loan includes DVDs (King Corn, Green, Green Water, Gasland and others), books (Food Rules, Smart Solutions to Climate Change and others), and even information on checking out an energy meter to test your energy consumption.
Repeat Photography Exhibit Compares Today to Days Gone ByYou're invited to visit "Time... and Time Again," an exhibit of repeat photography in Special Collections and Archives. This cultural tourism repeat photography project features historic photographs housed in the archival collections at the Cline Library and Grand Canyon Research Library along with recent photographs taken at the same sites from the same perspectives. The exhibit shows how change –both natural and human-caused– impacts modern tourism sites as well as those of yesteryear. Repeat photography challenges you to discover significant changes and eerie similarities found within each set of images. You can view the free exhibit on the second floor of the library through July 2014; view Special Collections and Archives hours.
Flagstaff's Sierra Vista Motel, 1951 and 2012
Tip: Finding Databases by Title on New Website
Need to find Academic Search Premier, JSTOR or another database by title? Use the Search page on the new library website. From the new homepage, navigate to the Search page by clicking "Search" in the gray toolbar near the top of the page. Once you are on the "Search" page, the default tab is "Articles." At the bottom of the page, you'll see "Show article databases by title" with an A-Z list just below. Click on A to get to a list of resources that includes Academic Search Premier, J to get to a list that includes JSTOR, and so on. Need more help? Ask A Librarian.