Tuesday, October 13th

The USF Pleasanton campus library will be open and unstaffed on Tuesday, October 13th.

If you need help with your research when the library is not staffed, please phone the Reference Desk at Gleeson Library at 415-422-2039 or use our 24/7 Ask a Librarian service at www.usfca.edu/library

You can access the library by swiping your ID card in the library door.

Writing Tutor at Pleasanton Campus – Fall 2015

Writing help is available at the Pleasanton Campus for all students in all programs. Roxann Schmidt is here on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 3:00 to 5:00 pm to help you with brainstorming, outlining, organizing, using APA or MLA format, and other writing concerns.

She will be in the Faculty Office, Room 115B. You can make an appointment by email at rgschmidt@usfca.edu or you can drop in.


New Titles Arrive Today!

Looking for books to read? We have new books just arrived for you. If you have book suggestions for the Pleasanton Branch Library, we would love to hear from you. Feel free to drop by our Pleasanton Branch library or give our branch librarians, Connie and Nancy, a call or send them an email about your suggestions.

  1. Whistling Vivaldi : and other clues to how stereotypes affect us – by Claude M. Steele  (HM1096.S736 2010)
  2. How learning works : seven research-based principles for smart teaching – by Susan A. Ambrose [and others]  (LB1025.3 .H68 2010)
  3. Teach like a champion 2.0 : 62 techniques that put students on the path to college – by Doug Lemov (LB1025.3 .L484 2015)
  4. Teaching naked : how moving technology out of your college classroom will improve student learning – by José Antonio Bowen  (LB1028.3 .B69 2012)
  5. The heart of higher education : a call to renewal – by Parker J. Palmer and Arthur Zajonc with Megan Scribner (LB2322.2 .P35 2010)
  6. What the best college teachers do – by Ken Bain (LB2331 .B34 2004)
  7. The Classroom management book – by Harry K. Wong (LB3013 .W675 2014)
  8. Psychopharmacology for mental health professionals : an integrative approach – by Elliot Ingersoll and Carl Rak (RM315 .I518 2016)
  9. Not just where to click : teaching students how to think about information – by Troy A. Swanson and Heather Jagman ( ZA3075 .N68 2015)
  10. Teaching information literacy threshold concepts : lesson plans for librarians – by Patricia Bravender, Hazel McClure, Gayle Schaub ( ZA3075 .T434 2015)

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