For the finals, the Library will extend the hours overnight. From December 9th to December 18th, we will remain open until 3:00 AM.
We trust you in remaining silent both in the Library (for the sake of the other’s patience), and outside if you take a break.
There are Metros up to 2:00 AM on Fridays and Saturdays, and Noctiliens bus lines on weekdays. Fore more details, check out RATP webpage: http://www.ratp.fr/horaires/fr/ratp/noctilien
Best of luck for your finals!!
In a wish to keep all of our users up-to-date and to give collection development more transparency, we are happy to share with you on a weekly basis some of the latest resources we have been adding in the collection!
All of the new resources are accessible through our catalog “New Books” search tab.
(access the catalog notice by clicking on the image)
The Billionaire Who Wasn’t: How Chuck Feeney Secretly Made and Gave Away a Fortune/Conor O’Clery.[Electronic resource]
Why the wealthy give: the culture of elite philanthropy/Francie Ostrower.[Electronic resource]
Principles of sustainability / Simon Dresner.
Renaissance artist at work : from Pisano to Titian / Bruce Cole.
Louis XIV and absolutism : a brief study with documents / William Beik.
As you may know, AUP is planning to create a Life & Learning Center that will include the Library and other entities.
Moving a collection implies analyzing usage statistics in order to design an appropriate retention plan, as AUP may not be able to afford storage of less-used items.That is why Faculty are currently involved in making decisions on where to locate more than 30000 volumes.
We created this page in order to share progress with Faculty and all of you. For further details, please see this explicative leaflet.
Should you have any questions or requests, please email Technology Librarian Laurence Amoureux and Library Director Jorge Sosa.
[Library staff directory]
As the end of the semester is nearly here, please take into account this reminder and make sure you have returned all your checked out items by December 20th at the latest.
Thanks for your cooperation!
In order to facilitate your research work, our technology librarian has been working on a new research tool that is now available in the catalog. The “New Books” search tab will unable you to keep yourself up-to-date on the new resources that are added daily in the collection!
Currently featuring the newcomers list:
Women in music [electronic resource] : a research and information guide by Karin Pendle and Melinda Boyd
Robert Penn Warren and the American imagination by Hugh Ruppersburg
or the International bestseller Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman.
Please find below our December hours.
From December 21st to January 2nd, the Library will be closed for Christmas Holidays.