During the month of June, area children participated in a series of four camps – Archeology, Kentucky History, Kentucky Art and Clay – at the Kentucky Library and Museum. Participants identified arrowheads, painted a pictograph, explored Kentucky music, food, and dance, practiced painting, collage, and printmaking, and learned how to hand build clay.
E-journal access through WKU Libraries continues to grow this summer for a variety of disciplines. We recently added access to 6 titles through UC Press at http://caliber.ucpress.net for Mexican Studies/Estudios Mexicanos, Oral History Review, Pacific Historical Review, Social Problems and Symbolic Interaction, going back to 2001. Social Problems has access from 2006- . These titles can be accessed through Topcat or TDNet. The choice is yours!
Connie Foster, Head
Library Technical Services
June 20, 2007
The Kentucky Library and Museum held its first annual Volunteer Dinner on Thursday, May 31st, 2007. The work of these volunteers with preservation, exhibit preparation, special events, and educational programming has enriched the community and enable the KYLM to offer a variety of programs and events to the community that would not be possible otherwise.