Congratulations to our Prize Winners!

Thanks to everyone who took the LibQUAL Survey in November 2014.  We appreciate your feedback, and the Consortium Library Assessment Team is analyzing your survey responses and comments.

Survey respondents were entered in a drawing for exciting prizes, and Dean Steve Rollins presented the prizes to all of our randomly selected winners.

 

Grand prize winner – APU student Sarah Cooley (iPad Air 2)

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Prize winner – UAA student Michaela Phillips ($100 gift certificate to Varsity Sports Grill)

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Prize winner – APU student Amber Peterson ($100 gift certificate to Varsity Sports Grill)

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Thanks again to everyone who took the time to fill out our survey.  The full results are posted on this site, and we will be sharing more analysis in the near future.

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Cabin Fever Debates-Jan 27

Cabin Fever Debates
The Seawolf Debate team is proud to present the tenth annual Cabin Fever Debates Intramural Debating Tournament. Held each year in the spring semester, the Cabin Fever Debates provide UAA students not active on the competitive Seawolf Team the opportunity to give academic debating a try. Designed for students with little or no competitive experience, the tournament will expose you to the fundamentals of debating and offer the chance to compete for a great prize package. All debates are open to the public. For more information, check out our website at cabinfeverdebates.uaa.alaska.edu.
When
Tue Jan 27, 2015 7pm – 10pm Alaska Time
Where
UAA/APU Consortium Library, Room 307

Many instructors place course-related materials on reserve at the library's circ…

Many instructors place course-related materials on reserve at the library's circulation desk for student use. Check with your instructor or search the library catalog to see if materials are available for your course: http://bit.ly/1FX2kzc


Course Reserves
www.consortiumlibrary.org
Instructors set the checkout time for reserve materials. The usual checkout period ranges from two hours for in-library use only to seven days.
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Many instructors place course-related materials on reserve at the library's circ…

Many instructors place course-related materials on reserve at the library's circulation desk for student use. Check with your instructor or search the library catalog to see if materials are available for your course: http://bit.ly/1FX2kzc


Course Reserves
www.consortiumlibrary.org
Instructors set the checkout time for reserve materials. The usual checkout period ranges from two hours for in-library use only to seven days.
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