How did Gatorade make water active for their “Active Water” ad campaign? Watch this video and learn about the technology Gatorade created to develop 3D images out of water droplets.
To Kill a Mockingbird . . . Harry Potter . . . Captain Underpants . . .
Every year, there are hundreds of attempts to remove books from schools and libraries. Celebrate YOUR freedom to read and right to choose your book during Banned Books Week, September 18 to 24.
Stop by the library to view the banned books display in the Teaching Materials Center. Looking for something to read, check out the Banned Books collection in the library catalog. https://tinyurl.com/mr3jz558
HARVESTING HEALTHY HABITS tree at the Memorial Library. Stop by the Library lobby and write down something you like to do to stay mentally or physically healthy on a paper apple or fall leaf and tape it to our tree. Then read others’ ideas to inspire you to try something new!
Planning your Fall Break get away? How about a trip to the deadliest garden in the world!?! The Poison Garden in Alnwick, Northumberland, UK is fully stocked with all plants that can kill you! Feel safer with a virtual tour? Check out this fascinating video from BBC Earth.
The Library is pleased to provide SUNY Cortland students, faculty, and staff with access to the Chronicle of Higher Education, as well as Digital Editions of the New York Times and The Wall Street Journal.
NYT and WSJ access must be renewed, usually once/year.
Directions for account creation and renewal are can be found at the following link