People tend to check in during these times:
Namesake: James Yadkin Joyner Built in: 1954 Random fact: From the beginning of East Carolina Teachers Training School, the library was located in the original Austin Building, and then moved to Whichard for the period October 1924 to March 1954.
The Teaching Resources Center on the second floor is fantastic! They have lots of resources available, and everyone I've met has been very knowledgable and helpful.
There is a Starbucks on the first floor
Word to the wise; bring a winter coat and a blanket because you are going to freeze!
Bring your fuzzy socks its always cold!
If the library doesn't have what you want, ask interlibrary loan to get it for you from another library:
I hate this place
Bathrooms are CROWDED, but usually clean.
When you're on the third floor, blaring NWA is NOT ok. Byeee
Always go where there aren't a lot of people. Many people tend to forget there is a basement to study at. Very quiet!
the secret garden of joyner
The books here are awesome, I never knew so many existed! I'd suggest a good long weekend if you wanna judge all of the covers.
If you're a teacher or like to read young adult fiction books then you should really check out the Teaching Resource Center on the second floor. There's a few study rooms located in the area too.
There is an awesome presentation practice room available for anyone who needs it on the first floor. Just ask about it at the reference desk
The government documents that are stored in the basement are fun to go through. No seriously, you have to roll out the shelves with a hand crank
Pirate Tutoring is from 6-9 M-W, if you want a room on the first floor you have to reserve it after 9.