The writing is on the wall at the James E. Walker Library, and it pays tribute to a devoted supporter. Michael Humnicky, a former engineer..
Walker Library remains committed to supporting MTSU faculty, staff, and students during the Winter Break and Winter Session online classes. Below is some information about library services from now..
One of MTSU’s most hands-on services has continued to serve students while readjusting to COVID-19 protocols. Makerspace, the James E. Walker Library’s technological toolbox, has..
When it comes to coping with transitioning to a more virtual environment, the James E. Walker Library already was ahead of the game. However, interim..
The usually quiet James E. Walker Library is making plenty of noise with its new podcast. “Open Stacks” went live on Oct. 21 with Erica..
The coronavirus pandemic has not stifled the creativity of MTSU students whose talents lie in creative writing. Three first-place winners of the inaugural creative writing..
The James E. Walker Library at MTSU will waive all overdue fees for materials during the COVID-19 pandemic. Because of Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee’s “stay-at-home” directive, MTSU’s..
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