DML Fall 2017 hours

August 15, 2017 by

Dayton Memorial Library hours for the fall terms begin Sunday, August 27th.

Monday – Thursday
7:00 a.m. – 1:00 a.m.

Friday
7:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Saturday
9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Sunday
10:00 a.m. – 1:00 a.m.

The library and university are closed on Monday, September 4th (Labor Day); Thursday, November 23rd (Thanksgiving); and Friday, November 24th (day after Thanksgiving).

Sculptures by James Dixon on exhibit

November 5, 2017 by

Sculptor James Dixon will present his work in the Dayton Memorial Library through November. The exhibit is in the DML fireplace lounge and the Doyle and Margaret Hartman Gallery.

As a visual artist, James Dixon has used his cultural experience and knowledge to achieve universality rather than create a barrier to mainstream culture. Because his work is not bound by ethnic stereotypes, his audience is able to appreciate his art as an expression that unites rather than divides diverse communities and interests. In this way, Dixon is a global citizen whose work becomes a crossroads of exploration into the ever-expanding realm of worldwide artistic creation.

Dixon’s bronze sculptures are also currently on display at Art of Life Gallery, located in Denver, Colorado, and Shidoni Foundry and Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Thanksgiving holiday hours

October 30, 2017 by

The library will have modified hours November 22nd – November 24th for the Thanksgiving holiday.

Wednesday, November 22nd
7:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Thursday, November 23rd*
Closed
*Chat with a Librarian 24/7 is also closed today.

Friday, November 24th
Closed

The library will reopen at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, November 25th.

History of Inequity reading list

October 24, 2017 by

The Dayton Memorial Library celebrates the diversity represented in our Regis community and seeks to create an inclusive environment where everyone feels welcome. In October the library observes Hispanic Heritage Month, LGBTQ History Month, and Disability Awareness Month. We take the opportunity during this month to announce the launching of our reading list on the History of Inequity. This reading list has been curated by the librarians at Dayton Memorial Library as a selection of materials addressing issues relating to diversity, inclusion, inequity, and oppression from across disciplines and decades. Most of these resources are written from a scholarly/academic perspective, and many of these items are intersectional in nature and will fall within more than one category listed here.

History of Inequity reading list

Open Access Week, Oct. 23 – 29

October 24, 2017 by

Open Access Week is October 23 – 29, 2017, an international event advocating for open access (OA) to scholarship. OA is a way of publishing research that removes barriers for students, researchers, and the public. Check out the display as you enter the library for more information!
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ePublications at Regis University is a digital repository service provided by the Regis University Library, dedicated to supporting the University community by preserving and disseminating institutional materials in digital format. It brings together scholarly, educational, and/or research-based works by the University community that warrant enduring conservation and distribution. It aims to preserve and provide open access to these works, describing, organizing, and maintaining access to a wide variety of digital information in either born digital or digitized formats.

Shared Shelf Commons is an open access library of images and multimedia content made available by institutions using Shared Shelf. Images and media from Shared Shelf Commons can be viewed, downloaded, and shared with anyone on the open web. The Regis Library hosts several collections in Shared Shelf Commons, including images from our Santo Collection, the Charles Roitz Photography Collection, and the Armand William Forstall, S.J. Papers.

Disability Rights Movement exhibit

October 24, 2017 by

On display through October 31st, the Disability Rights Movement exhibit contains photos and materials starting with the first protests for accessibility and spanning to the present day. The Atlantis Community/ADAPT, two seminal advocacy groups for people with disabilities, requested that their archives not be included in the exhibit – as initially planned – after learning about the unequal accessibility of the location including the front steps and lack of front door wheelchair accessibility to the Dayton Memorial Library.

The Popular Vote…Loses

October 10, 2017 by

“The Popular Vote…Loses” is a new exhibit on the end shelves of the Notarianni Political Collection, 4th floor, Dayton Memorial Library.

Five presidential candidates have won the popular vote of the people, and yet lost the election: Andrew Jackson, 1824; Samuel Tilden, 1876; Grover Cleveland, 1888; Al Gore, 2000; and Hillary Clinton, 2016. They lost the election because they got fewer votes in the Electoral College. This exhibit displays some of the campaign items of the losers, as well as those of their victorious opponents.
Memoribilia from the Notarianni Political Collection

Extended hours for midterms

October 4, 2017 by

The library will have extended hours October 8 – 11 for midterms. The library will also have a delayed opening on Friday, October 13, due to fire alarm system testing.

Sunday, October 8th
10:00 a.m. – 2:00 a.m.

Monday, October 9th – Wednesday, October 11th
7:00 a.m. – 2:00 a.m.

Thursday, October 12th
7:00 a.m. – 1:00 a.m.

Friday, October 13th
10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Library opening at 10am on 10/13

October 2, 2017 by

The library will open at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, October 13th. The fire alarm system in the building has been updated over the last few months and the Denver Fire Department will be conducting their final inspection that morning.

The library’s hours on Friday, October 13th are:
10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Banned Books Week

September 25, 2017 by

Banned Books Week, September 24 – 30, celebrates the freedom to read, drawing attention to books that have been challenged in libraries and schools. Browse titles in our Banned Books Week display when you enter the library; we'll also be showcasing books that have been banned on our facebook page.

Library website connection issues – RESOLVED

September 25, 2017 by

The library website is back up!

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Currently there is an issue connecting to the library website. Our web host is working on it, we’ll post updates here as we have them!

Here are direct links to some of our frequently used resources/platforms:
EBSCOHost databases
ProQuest databases
Gale databases

Locate a journal
Lumen – library catalog
Prospector catalog
E-reserves
ILLiad

Please contact the Research Help Desk (library@regis.edu | 303.458.4031) for further assistance.