Maker Lab hosts virtual Homecoming projects

The Maker Lab provided kits to alumni and the ACU on-campus community Oct. 17 as part of Homecoming. Two at-home project options were offered: an 18” x 9” felt ACU pennant or an ACU lightbox. The Maker Lab mailed kits to alumni and provided COVID-safe pickup for...

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Innovation Foundry to present at virtual Educause conference

Amos Gutierrez (’19), ACU Adobe ambassador, and Dr. Marisa Beard, director of educational technology and the Innovation Foundry, will present at the virtual Educause Annual Conference at the end of October. Amos and Marisa explore what creativity is, why it is...

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Maker Lab seeks director

The  Maker Lab seeks applicants for the role of director. Located in the Brown Library, the Maker Lab is open to all ACU students, faculty and staff, as well as our neighbors in Abilene and surrounding communities. It’s mission is to provide tools, training, support...

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ACU Library offers access to NYTimes.com

The library is offering current students, faculty and staff access to the digital version and content of The New York Times, including breaking news, multimedia, opinion, blogs, videos and more. To activate your access:   1) Go to http://accessnyt.com    2) Search for...

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Annual reading event set for October 29

Please join us Oct. 29 from 10 a.m. - 9 p.m. in the Nancy and Ray Hansen Reading Commons as Brown Library partners with the Department of Language and Literature for Cover2Cover – a marathon-style reading of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by J.K. Rowling....

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Wall Street Journal – WSJ.com now available

The ACU Library and College of Business Administration are offering all current students, faculty, and staff complimentary electronic access to the Wall Street Journal and WSJ.com.   This includes access to all articles and online content on the WSJ.com site and...

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Brown Library offers Virtual Yearbook Exhibit 

In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the university has made the tough decision to not host major events on campus this fall. Homecoming and Family Weekend will be moved to a virtual environment this year, which includes the Prickly Pear display at Brown...

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