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Aug. 2009: Operational and Niche Materials

Updated on: Jul 29, 2009 @ 9:14:00 am
Rosen Faculty Lines | No. 8 | August 2009

Opening Lines...

"August rushes by like desert rainfall,
A flood of frenzied upheaval,
Expected,
But still catching me unprepared."
-- Elizabeth Maua Taylor

News & Notes...

Rosen Library Tutorials:

The new Rosen Library Tutorials — a set of self-paced, asynchronous tutorials and accompanying quizzes designed to teach Rosen College students the basics of conducting library research — are now live!

Want to assign a Tutorial for your Fall course(s)? Simply fill out our Library Instruction Request Form and we'll be in touch shortly! Please note that we strongly recommend contacting us prior to the start of classes so that you can include the relevant information in your syllabus.

Want more details? Please visit our Rosen Library Tutorials FAQ!

Course Reserves

Consider whether you wish to place any materials on reserve in the library for your Spring courses. Every semester we get many inquiries from students, hoping to find required texts and other materials for their courses on reserve in the library. For more information, please see our Course Reserves webpage.

Break Hours

Over break, the Rosen Library will be open 8a-5p, Monday through Friday. Our normal hours will resume on Monday, August 24th.

From the Stacks...

Highlighted below are some recent acquisitions in various operational and niche areas of hospitality management: finance, human resources, leadership, marketing, and more. Click on the hyperlinked title for more information about any title.

New materials in the Rosen Library:

To discover even more new titles, search the Library Catalog for your favorite subjects.

Closing Lines...

Have a comment or suggestion? Please don't hesitate to leave your comment below, to email us at rosenlib@mail.ucf.edu, or to stop by and share your thoughts in person.

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