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Kanopy transistion to AVON

Even as our TxWes community struggles during this COVID-19 situation, the West Library’s mission is focused on providing you and our students with high quality academic resources.  As a part of that mission, we have made the decision to switch our academic video streaming service from Kanopy to Academic Video Online - hereby referred to as AVONAVON is run and maintained by Alexander Street Press, which is a ProQuest company.  By subscribing wi

Remote Access unavailable today (5/15/2020) from 5PM to 7PM

There will be a brief disruption of service to some IT Services today Friday, 5/15 from 5PM to 7PM, while we perform scheduled maintenance on our LDAP network server. Access to Campus Labs, T4, Image Now, Regroup, Blackboard, and other IT systems that require authentication may also be inaccessible from on and off campus during this maintenance period.

Book Display: Black History Month

Since 1976, February has been known as Black History month to celebrate the accomplishments of African-Americans in U. S. history. This year’s book display focuses on books by or about African-Americans that have been published since 2016.  Some titles will be easily recognizable like The Hate U Give and Hidden Figures. But some will be new to you!

TxWes Reads? What's that?

People may recognize The Book Thief before they know what TxWes Reads is. But this year they are the same!

The West library sponsors a campus-wide read every year called TxWes Reads. It's like a year-long book club.  You are encouraged to read the book then come to one or all of the programs designed around discussing the book's ideas and themes. This year’s book is The Book Thief by Markus Zusak.