Fall 2014 was full of fun at the Duane G. Meyer Library. The faculty and staff at Meyer Library are always on the lookout for ways to enhance the user experience. Early on in the semester, students were asked what Meyer Library could provide for them during finals week. Students shared their ideas and we listened! Some of the highlights from the week include trained stress relief dogs provided by Pet Therapy of the Ozarks, inspirational quotes, healthy snacks provided by the Student Dietetic Association and Meyer Library, free late night coffee and tea and free popcorn in the afternoon. Additional group study spaces were provided and two floors were designated quiet study zones.
Duane G. Meyer Library is looking forward to some very exciting changes during the spring of 2015. Work will begin on a space redesign to bring the testing center to Meyer Library. TRiO will be welcomed as part of the family of services provided within Meyer Library space. We will be working with the department of Art & Design to bring student art to the main campus by hosting student exhibits. The work is expected to change several times over the semester so stop by often.
Keep an eye out for the new religious literacy display between the lobby and the main floor of Meyer Library. The display, presented by the student group Linked in partnership with Meyer Library, will be designed to heighten the sense of shared values within Missouri State University and the surrounding communities.