Yesterday was the 40th anniversary of Earth Day, and to honour the occasion the MRU library has prepared a display on sustainability. We have Ecopreneuring materials, like The Green Marketing Manifesto by John Grant and 75 Green Businesses by Glenn Croston. We have awareness titles, such as A Contract with the Earth by Newt Gingrich and Terry L. Maple. We even have books with small changes anyone can make to decrease their environmental impact, like The Green Year by Jodi Helmer.
We at the library are committed to the environment and feel that everyday is “Earth Day”. Some of our green initiatives include:
- double sided printing
- paper, beverage, and battery recycling
- electronic requests and reminders
To find out about other green activities on campus visit:
For more information on how you can make a difference you can visit:
You spoke…we heard!
Exciting new changes are coming to the Library in time for the Fall 2010 semester. Come down to Main Street (just outside the library) on Wednesday, April 21 or Thursday, April 22 from 11am-2pm for the opportunity to see exactly how your library will be transformed. There will be posters and floor plans outlining what’s changing and library staff will be available to answer any questions. Take this chance to see how we’ve incorporated your feedback into a functional, positive space.
Wireless printing is now available for Students and Faculty with current MyMRU academic accounts. Printers in the Main Library (G100), three Open Student Public Labs (E151, EA2047 and EB1112) and the two main printers in Communication Labs (O-wing) have been configured. They will use the same printers that computer lab users are utilizing.
This service is only available on MRU campus. The weblink is webprint.mtroyal.ca. For complete instructions please go to http://www.mtroyal.ca/CampusServices/CampusResources/TechSupport/WirelessPrinting/index.htm.