A library display is a small collection of library resources,displayed temporarily, based on a theme. These resources are usually books, but can also include videos. They are displayed:
A display does not promote a business or external organization, does not endorse any political organization or candidate (cannot include pamphlets or marketing from candidates or parties or external organizations), is not selling or promoting any product or service, and does not provide personal gain.
Library displays should be fair and balanced.
If you are selected to create your display idea in the library, here are some tips:
Please note: If your proposal is selected and you choose to do the display, you will need to select an additional 5-6 books to fill out the display (you will not need to create additional citations/descriptions for these books).
Select a topic for which the Alexandria Campus Library has a sufficient number of books, whether directly on the topic you've selected or that are related tie-in books. Here are examples of topics from previous displays.
Ideas for Picking a Topic