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Free Practice Tests

Wed, 03/19/2014 - 2:47pm

If you are preparing for graduate school the library can help. We offer a variety of free practice tests.

Click here to learn more.

OverDrive eBooks Now Available

Mon, 02/17/2014 - 12:06pm

The library has added the popular OverDrive service to our collection of eBook providers. OverDrive lets you quickly load books onto your phone, tablet, computer or dedicated reader. You can access OverDrive by visiting


Initially we are providing a selection of popular reading titles, but we invite you to request new titles.

If you want to see the full selection of eBook systems provided by the library, featuring ebrary, EBSCO Electronic Books, Project Gutenberg and more, simply click on the eBooks link on the library’s homepage.


Love Your Library Week 2014

Wed, 02/05/2014 - 5:14pm

Love Your Library Week Returns to the Harold B. Lee Library

The Harold B. Lee Library’s annual Love Your Library Week starts on Feburary 11. Tuesday through Friday on level 3, the main floor, the library will offer a wheel of prizes. Spin the wheel, answer a question and you can win a limited edition Love Your Library t-shirt, a “Love Magnet Pen,” … or at least a bite of chocolate.

The libary is also bringing back the popular library hearts. Stop by the booth and write a love note to the library and we will post it on the wall!

Last year’s favorite feature, the blind date with a book, returns. This year we will also offer videos, for those of you who are not ready to commit to an entire book.

On Valentine’s Day the library is hosting a photobooth from 10:00 am until 2:00 pm. Stop by to have you picture taken with your favorite book, a friend, spouse, or a charming stranger you meet in line.

All activities are free.


Try The Great New Resource For Student Research & Writing Help

Fri, 12/20/2013 - 3:39pm


Students looking for help with research papers have a great new resource available. The Research & Writing Center is a quick, comfortable place to start work on new papers. The center offers guidance on selecting a topic, narrowing a topic, finding the best sources, as well as help with citing sources. The center also offers help with the mechanics of writing. This is a great place to go to find tips to improve your work.

Students are welcome to drop in, no reservations are required and the help is free.

You can learn more here http://ask.lib.byu.edu/a.php?qid=109003

The center is located in the center of the library on level 3 (the main level).



Top 100 Film Reviews

Fri, 12/20/2013 - 3:27pm

The Media Center on level 4 has a new series of films reviews online.

Read them here


New Video: Ask a Librarian

Fri, 12/20/2013 - 3:05pm

Enjoy the new video “Ask a Librarian”