Fall Semester (reg. hrs):
Sunday: 12 noon - 9pm
Mon-Thu: 8am - 9pm
Friday: 8am - 5pm
Wednesday November 27: 8am-noon
Thursday November 28: CLOSED
Friday November 29: CLOSED
Saturday November 30: CLOSED
Sunday December 1: noon-9pm
(regular hrs reesume)
Special Hours for Finals
Thursday December 5: 8am-11pm *
Friday December 6: 8am-5pm
Saturday December 7: 1pm-5pm *
Sunday December 8: noon-11pm *
Monday December 9: 8am-11pm *
Tuesday December 10: 8am-11pm *
Wednesday December 11: 8am-11pm *
Thursday December 12: 8am-9pm
Friday December 13: 8am-5pm
(Winter Break begins!)
* = extra hours
Digital Inclusion In Indian Country Survey
If you are a tribal citizen or live on or near tribal lands, please complete this survey.
Your responses to the survey will provide the first-ever comparative data on how tribal citizens use and access the Internet and how the nation's tribal libraries can help improve digital inclusion in Indian Country. Join the effort by completing the appropriate surveys by Monday, December 2, 2013. Participants completing the survey are eligible to win prizes valued at $500.
Featured Books for Trash Bash Month!
Tip of the Month - Interlibrary Loan
If IAIA Library doesn't have the book or article you need, you have the option to borrow from another library via Interlibrary Loan.
- Go to the library's home page, and click on the link called Borrowing from Other Libraries
- Read the information, then scroll to the bottom of the page
- Select the link for either Request a Book, or Request an Article
- Fill out the form with the information about the item and your contact info. and you're done!
- If the item is available through Interlibrary Loan, you will be notified when it arrives
Writer in Residence - Faith Adiele
Thursday, November 14
This week, IAIA is hosting writer-in-residence Faith Adiele, Associate Professor in Creative Nonfiction at California College of the Arts and author of Meeting Faith, a travel memoir about becoming Thailand’s first black Buddhist nun, which received PEN Beyond Margins Award for Best Memoir of 2004. She is also the writer / subject / narrator of the PBS documentary My Journey Home, which is based on her life growing up with a Nordic-American single mother and then traveling to Nigeria as an adult to find her father and siblings.
Check out her book at the IAIA Library