Celebrate reading all the great things in 2018!

Durham Tech Library's Read Great Things 2018 Challenge Celebration! You're invited! Who: Anyone (faculty, staff, student, alumni) who participated in or completed the Read Great Things 2018 Challenge What: A celebration featuring tea, cookies, prizes for participation/completion, and a book swap When: Wed., Dec. 12 from 11a.m.—1p.m. Where: ERC 5-212 (upstairs faculty lounge) Stop by to pick up your participation prizes, have some tea and cookies, and (if you want) participate in a book swap. Completers should fill out the Read Great Things Completion form to reserve a tote bag prize. All participants are eligible for a reading mascot button.

Need some more details? Here you go!

  • Looking for the completion form so you can get yourself a tote bag? Here’s where you can find the Read Great Things 2018 Challenge Completion form.
  • Need more information about the Read Great Things 2018 Challenge? Here’s where you can find the Durham Tech Library blog post about the Read Great Things 2018 Challenge.
  • Looking for information about the Read Great Things 2019 Challenge? You can find out more at the celebration or posted on this blog in January. Subscribe to this blog to keep up-to-date.
  • What’s this about a book swap? In order to participate in the book swap, you should bring at least one used book that you no longer want and will trade it for a book someone else is ready to rehome. Feel free to drop off book swap books–in good used condition without significant stains, smells, or damage–before the event at either the Main Campus or Orange County Campus Library. Any books that are not swapped will be donated to the Durham Tech Little Free Libraries.

Contact Meredith Lewis (lewisma @ durhamtech . edu) if you have questions.

About Meredith Lewis

Meredith is a reference librarian at Durham Tech on both the Main and Orange County Campuses. She likes fantasy, science-fiction, and historical fiction and is trying to be a better reader of non-fiction (just after she finishes that stack of novels on her bedside table...)