“Worlds Connect @ Your Library” will be theme as the McGoogan Library of Medicine once again celebrates National Library Week, which runs April 12-18. The McGoogan Library of Medicine connects you to the entire world of medical information. Visit your library and take part in these special events throughout the week:
- Tuesday, April 14 — National Library Workers’ Day, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and share your stories about how the library and its workers have aided your research and clinical work;
- Wednesday, April 15 — Campus-wide student, faculty and staff donut break from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. on the sixth floor of Wittson Hall and enjoy a sweet treat;
- Food for Fines:April 12-18 — Library users with overdue fines can clear their records and help the local food pantries restock their shelves by bringing in unopened, unexpired cans and boxes of non-perishable food to the McGoogan Library of Medicine. For every box or can of food, the Library will clear $1 of overdue fines. The Siena/Francis House will benefit from this fine-amnesty program;
- Summer Book Sale: April 12-May 1 — Popular fiction and nonfiction books and videos available for a monetary donation. All donated money goes to purchase new books for the Fontenelle Elementary School Library.
Librarians at the McGoogan Library always are ready to assist faculty, students and staff of UNMC and The Nebraska Medical Center, as well as any Nebraska health professional or consumer. You can visit the library in person by going to the sixth floor of Wittson Hall or call 559-6221 for personalized assistance.