Ana Ortiz on Textile Conservation

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The following post was written by Ana Ortiz, Circulation Services Evening Supervisor for the William H. Hannon Library. At the beginning of the year, I had the opportunity to audit … Read more

The Process of Processing

Today’s post was written by Marisa Ramirez, Archival Processing Assistant for the William H. Hannon Library’s Archives and Special Collections. If you have ever done research in the William H. … Read more

The Current State of Streaming at LMU Library

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Today’s post is written by Glenn Johnson-Grau, Head of Acquisitions and Collection Development for the William H. Hannon Library.  Netflix. Hulu. Amazon Prime. Disney+ (coming soon). Streaming video services for … Read more

A Few Minutes with Roper Center

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Let me ask you a question: How confident are you in the ability of the federal government to make progress on immigration in 2019? Regardless of your answer, understanding public … Read more

Graphic Novels @ LMU Library

Cover images of graphic novels

Fans of the comic book and graphic novel genre have long known the allure of this visual and textual medium. Once dismissed by educators and librarians for their frivolity, over … Read more

Welcome to the New LMU Digital Collections

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We are excited to announce the next step in the evolution of our digital collections. LMU Digital Collections is now hosted on Quartex, the digital collections platform created by Adam … Read more

Featured Resource: The Times of India (1838–2007)

India Times front page May 12 1952

LMU students, faculty, and staff now have online access to past issues of The Times of India from 1838-2007, including news articles, photos, advertisements, classified ads, obituaries, cartoons, and more. The Times … Read more

Robert Singleton Donates Papers to Hannon Library

Robert Singleton

This past year, the William H. Hannon Library’s Archives and Special Collections department received a donation from Robert Singleton, retired professor of economics at Loyola Marymount University. Entitled the “Robert … Read more