Study Days — UM-Flint Thompson Library Open 24 Hours

Finals are approaching!  We’re here to help.

The Frances Willson Thompson Library will open at 8 am on Monday, April 13th and will remain open (24 hours per day) until midnight on Thursday, April 16th this spring (2015).

Hours for Friday (April 17), Saturday (April 18) and Sunday (April 19) will be 8 am – 8 pm, 10 am – 8 pm and 10 pm to 12 am (respectively).

Students needing to study for exams or work on that final paper are welcome to come and take advantage of these special extended hours for this week.

There are over 70 computers (including a few Macs) in the ITS lab located within the library (divided among all 3 floors).  Additionally, ITS supplies 3 printer/copier machines (one on each floor).

There are many outlet plugs (including under each of the carrels along the edge of the room) for powering devices.

Laptops are available to checkout for use within the library.

VHS and DVD players are available in each of the Study Rooms.

Study Rooms can be reserved online (check the UM-Flint Thompson Library website) for study groups.

And as always, our librarians and staff will be available to assist students with their research needs.

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Best -Seller Books Available in Library Browsing Collection

Wow!   Books you can read  FOR  FUN !


When the stress of studying and upcoming finals gets to be too much, remember that the Thompson Library can help with more than your research needs.

We have ….   BOOKS !

Not just science, history or business books, but books that can take you away to another world where you can be an expert with a bow and arrow, or the greatest baseball pitcher in the world, or a magician trying to get your kingdom back, or a detective tracking down a terrorist, or a former President of the United States, or former First Lady, or a renowned television and movie comedian, or….

It’s up to YOU!   Hundreds of books to choose from.  Each will transport you to a world of the imagination.

And hey, as an added bonus, reading the works of great writers will improve your brain’s ability to learn, increase your vocabulary and hone your understanding of how to correctly and vividly express yourself in words.

All that by simply stopping by the library and perusing the Browsing Shelf  for a collection of best sellers.

Check out by campus UMID card.   One week loan period.  Renew loan once.

Located in Thompson Library, 3rd floor entrance (near Reference Desk).

Hurry!   Finals are approaching!   Your brain needs this!


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Book -- The Mighty Miss Malone

 

 

 

Book -- Mann -- 1493

 

 

 

Book -- Henry Kissinger -- World Order

Book -- James Patterson -- Hope to Die

 

 

 

 

Book -- Isaacson -- The Innovators

 

 

 

 

 

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Book -- Jimmy Carter -- A Call to Action

Book -- Collins -- Mokingjay

 

 

Book -- Michaels -- You Cant Make this Up

 

 

 

 

 

Book -- Roth -- DivergentBook -- Kathy Reichs -- Bones Never Lie

 

 

Book -- Roth -- Allegiant

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Book -- John Cleese -- So Anyway

Book -- Mark Ridrych -- The Bird

 

 

 

Book -- Jim Abbott -- Imperfect

 

 

 

Book -- Elwes -- As You WishBook -- Gabaldon - Drums of Autumn

 

 

Book -- Fannie Flag -- All Girl Filling Station

 

 

 

Book --  Rowling -- Casual VacancyBook -- Cussler -- The Thief

 

 

 

 

 

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“A book is a dream you hold in your hand.”  — Neil Gaiman

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“Neverland isn’t a place.  It’s a state of mind.”

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“A book which is left on a shelf is a dead thing.  But it is also a chrysalis; an inanimate object packed with the potential to burst into new life.”  — Susan Hill

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“At one magical instant in your early childhood, the page of a book — that string of confused alien ciphers — shivered into meaning.  Words spoke to you, gave up their secrets; at that moment, whole universes opened up.   You became, irrevocably, a reader.” — Alberto Manguel

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“Books are the perfect entertainment.  No commercials.  No batteries.  Hours of enjoyment for each dollar spent.  What I wonder is why everybody doesn’t carry a book around for those inevitable dead spots in life.”  — Stephen King

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 “The more you read, the more things you will know.  The more that you learn, the more places you will go.”  — Dr Suess

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 “Books are proof that humans can work magic.” — Dr. Carl Sagan

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