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Denison University Libraries inspire and educate the Denison community to become lifelong learners and active citizens. Denison Libraries offer comprehensive services that foster creativity and collaboration and support diverse learning styles.
If you’re feeling the stress of the end of the semester and you need some time to unwind, stop by the library on April 27 from 1:30-3:30 for therapy dogs, chair massages, coloring activities, snacks, and more.
Interested in exploring U.S. public opinion about election campaigns (including the current presidential race), or just about any issue you can think of? Social Sciences Librarian Roger Kosson recommends the iPoll Datank.
Feeling stressed by the end of the semester? Join Denison Libraries and Whisler Center staff in the library for stress-relief on Wednesday, December 9th from 1:00-3:00 p.m. We'll have therapy dogs, chair massages, and more.
You can find it all in Denison’s University Archives and Special Collections: copies of some of the first Adytum yearbooks, artifacts from student life, and photos of the community dating back to the nineteenth century.
Denison Libraries recently welcomed a new face to its roster of librarians. Amy Elliott, the new Humanities Liaison Librarian, is looking forward to engaging students by making research fun and interesting.