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How Parks Library Impacts the Lives of Students (1166 words, 4 pages)
Parks Library is a place that people can go to get help in their classes, use the computer, print things off, study, and many more things. Parks Library is a place that everyone at Iowa State University will step into at one point or another along their adventure even if ... Read More
Why I Love Studying At The Library (305 words, 1 pages)
My favorite place to study is library. First, Library is a comfortableand quiet place, study in library will make me feel good. For example,when we study outside, like classroom, restaurant, park. There are manypeople are talking, make the place noisy? then I can't do homework inthose place, the noise make ... Read More
The Library and The World of Reading (575 words, 2 pages)
I have always been a reader for as long as I can remember, I cannot remember a time when I didnt read. My first grade teacher was one of the first persons who encouraged me to read for pleasure. I remember the day when my teacher took the whole class ... Read More
Reading Places: Comparing the UCLA Powell Library and the West Los Angeles Regional Branch Public Library (2776 words, 9 pages)
Reading was not that common in the last several centuries becausepeople could not afford education or have time dedicated to suchactivity. But as the society progresses, reading has become part ofpeople's daily life. Everyone can read, regardless of one's socialclass, race, age or gender. Because reading has become a widely ... Read More
Wright College Library (523 words, 2 pages)
I work at the Wright College library. It is a big library of three levels and over sixty thousands books. It also has a lot of computers and other facilities. Every day, hundreds of students come to the library to study or to check out books. The books in the ... Read More
A Report on My Workplace, the Wright College Library (529 words, 2 pages)
Wright College library is the place where I work. It is a big library of three levels with over sixty thousands books. It also has a lot of computers and other facilities. Every day, hundreds of students come to the library for studying or to take out books. The books ... Read More
The Importance of Communication in the Library Field (675 words, 3 pages)
The Importance of Communication in the Library FieldCommunication is the most important factor in todays society. Communication has helped the world find religions, mathematics, and other world defining things. Language, writing, music, math, and more are all forms of communication. In modern civilization, careers and jobs depend on communication in ... Read More
A Peek in the Usual Day of a Much-Used Dictionary in a School Library (437 words, 2 pages)
Imagine you are a much-used dictionary in the school library. Describe a day in your life. Made up of pages, words, definition of words and a hard cover to protect the pages inside me from being damaged, I am the much-used dictionary of the school library. Today I am going ... Read More
An Analysis of the Photo of Two Girls in a Library Holding a Semi-Automatic Rifle and a Book to Promote Gun Sense in America (330 words, 1 pages)
In the picture there are two girls in a library one holds a semi-automatic rifle and the other holds a book,Little Red Riding Hood, behind it is the United States flags and text that says One child is holding something thats been banned in America to protect them. Guess which ... Read More
The Project Life Cycle for the Building of a New Library (963 words, 5 pages)
Purpose The purpose of the memo is to outline the specific steps needed to be taken for the local project of building a new library. The contractor representative, Chuck, will be informed of the details of the project outline in phases. This is in order to properly implement the necessary ... Read More
An Experiment of Social Deviance at the Library (321 words, 1 pages)
I selected the library as the place in which I was to conduct mysocial deviance assignment. I selected the library since it is a placewhich has academic norms which I could break and observe the reaction tosuch. I entered the library and selected a spot at the end of the ... Read More
The Segregated South in The Library Card by Richard Wright (2156 words, 7 pages)
The Segregated South of The Library Card and Its Influence on Richard WrightIn Richard Wrights The Library Card, the author vividly describes his quotidian life as an African-American living in the segregated south of the early- to mid- 20th century. Widely considered an autobiographical account, Wrights short story from his ... Read More
A Comparison of Rules of the Game by Amy Tan and The Library Card by Richard Wright, Two Tales of Individuals Trapped by Their Surroundings (1659 words, 4 pages)
Similar Yet Different Two Tales of Individuals Trapped By Their SurroundingsIn comparing Richard Wrights The Library Card and Amy Tans Rules of the Game, several parallels cannot be overlooked. Each story features a main character trapped by his or her surroundings, eventually managing to overcome restricting circumstances. How each character ... Read More
A Comparison of Mr. Jose and the Rabbits and the Underground Library, Two Readings from New Visions/New Voices (715 words, 2 pages)
For New VisionsNew Voices, I attended two readings for Mr. Jose and the Rabbits and The Underground Library. It was very interesting to hear works from international playwrights, and there were definitely differences between their voices and American ones, but it was also exciting to be able to compare.In Mr. ... Read More
The Public Library is a Public Good (882 words, 4 pages)
The public library is, in fact, a public good because the commercialuse of their facility or services is non-rivalrous to anyone and the use isnon-excludable. For the library to be considered a public good, it mustmeet two certain things 1. non-excludable and 2. non-rivalrousconsumption. For something to be non-excludable, no ... Read More
My Experience Working in the County Public Library and Resentment for Certain Types of Children (1071 words, 5 pages)
When in Rome...After working for over six years in the county public library, one startsto develop a special resentment for a certain type of child The very onewho laughs and plays inside this once sacred Hall of Books instead ofreading.Every day these children would raid the library circa 230 and ... Read More
Don Quixote by Cervantes: The Library of Don Quixote (555 words, 2 pages)
The Library of Don Quixote de La ManchaDon Quixote de la Mancha, also known as Alonso Quixano, builds his identity based on his collection of books. He is a man who has a little to his name but an old, skinny horse, his great-grandfather's old rusty armor, he barely has ... Read More
An Examination of the History of the American Revolution at the Library of Congress and Through the Internet (784 words, 5 pages)
In the process of working on this paper, I was able to visit the Library of Congress and located the page with topics that covered the American history. I chose to look at the American Revolution (1763-1783) tab where everything to do with the American Revolution has been clearly documented. ... Read More
An Analysis of the Nash Galley and the Exhibition in Wilson Library (529 words, 2 pages)
For this assignment, I visited the Nash Gallery, the exhibition in Wilson library, and the speech about Anas influence on Chicana and Latina artists. Although I have no experience with her art before, attending these events gave me a clear picture of her life experiences and her artworks. I will ... Read More
A Comparison of Plato’s Allegory of the Cave and Richard Wright’s the Library Card (1543 words, 6 pages)
Break the Shackles of the MindIn Platos The Allegory of the Cave and Richard Wrights The Library Card, becoming enlightened is the ultimate goal of both writers, and both of these men are asking the same question What is true reality? Plato wanted the prisoners to question reality and by ... Read More
An Analysis of Jorge Louis Borges’s Story The Library of Babel (589 words, 2 pages)
Jorge Louis Borgess The Library of Babel is a very in depth, detailed story. He writes about the universe and its characteristics, some infinite and some finite. By referring to setting, Borges helps his readers try to grasp the image of the universe, although its appearance can hardly be described ... Read More
Striving for Neutrality in Library Organizations and Libraries (1742 words, 7 pages)
A Level Playing Field Striving for Neutrality in Library Organizations and LibrariesINTRODUCTIONThe debate concerning neutrality and social responsibility in the field of librarianship has been a controversial issue for many years. Those advocating for social responsibility in librarianship believe that library organizations, such as the American Library Association (ALA) and ... Read More
Analyzing Library of Congress Subject Headings and Library Thing Tags in Zombie Fiction (2085 words, 7 pages)
Analyzing Library of Congress Subject Headings and LibraryThing tags in Zombie FictionNavigating a library catalogue can be a difficult process for some individuals. If a patron is simply browsing the catalogue for items similar to a previous book they have read, they can consult the subject headings in the catalogue ... Read More
Examining the Library Archives in Canada (2489 words, 9 pages)
Examining the Library and Archives Canada (LAC) and Canadiana Agreement in Relation to the LAC Act and Library Issues and Information PerspectivesINTRODUCTIONHeritage is an important aspect of Canadas identity as a country. Providing access to documents and materials from Canadas past to facilitate knowledge and the advancement of Canada as ... Read More
A Personal Narrative About the Joy of Going to the Library (581 words, 2 pages)
My local library was the first place I got to experience peace and quiet. Its more of a sanctuary to me, rather than a large building filled with books. It helps keep me calm and collected. I went there by myself after school one day in 7th grade to get ... Read More
An Introduction to the George Bush Library (221 words, 1 pages)
George Bush was sworn into office January 20th, 2001. The George Bush Library has a museum connected with it. Looking at pictures of the library it seemed to be rather large and impressive. Entering the library and museum you will see the admi8ssions desk, museum store, Orientation Theater, and a ... Read More
A Commentary on the Video Design Wars About Building the Chicago Library (315 words, 1 pages)
"DESIGN WARS"The video "Design Wars" that was shown is class is about the way Chicago had their new library built. They used the design-built project delivery system. Five teams were competing to get this job. Each team designed their ideas and presented a modal of their project. Each designer had ... Read More
A Critical Review of Library Scavenger Hunt (1239 words, 3 pages)
Whitney RichardsonLibrary Scavenger HuntNinth Grade13 September 2000B. To find this I went to the reference section and look under the DLBs and saw Shakespearean Criticism. So then I found the pages about Julius Caesar and looked for the critics Brooke and Bloom. Brooke thought it was a political play, asserting ... Read More
An Introduction to the Information That Can Be Obtained in a Public or University Library (364 words, 4 pages)
------- LISTS OF SUPPLIERS AND MORE INFORMATION --------Most, if not all, of the information in this publication can be obtainedthrough a public or university library. There are also many publications thatare put out by people who want to make money by telling other people how tomake explosives at home. Adds ... Read More
An Analysis of the Information About Jack London and George Washington in Our Trip to the Huntington Library (1030 words, 2 pages)
On Thursday afternoon, I went to Huntington Library with Thao and Jane. When we arrived at the library we found that there was exhibits on Jack London and George Washington. We bought the entry ticket, which was green, and went into the library. We started in the first exhibit on ... Read More
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