Reed Library

The mission of Reed Library is to provide quality services and to collect, organize, disseminate, teach, and facilitate access to information in support of the curricular needs of the State University of New York at Fredonia's students and faculty, as well as the intellectual needs of the broader Fredonia community.

Reed Library website: http://fredonia.edu/library

Reed Library hours: http://fredonia.libguides.com/library/hours

Reed Library, Fredonia, NY 14063

Place Type

On Campus, Academic

Phone

(716) 673-3184

Hours

See Library Hours: http://fredonia.libguides.com/library/hours

Website

fredonia.edu

Twitter

@SUNYFredLibrary

Upcoming Events

Break to Educate - Fall 2017 Schedule

Break to Educate is a series of workshop sessions geared toward professional development for secretarial/clerical staff. Thursday, September 28, 2017 :...

9/28 2pm
Freedonia Marxonia 2017 Opening Reception

Freedonia Marxonia was created in 1987 by a Fredonia student to celebrate the connection between Fredonia and "Freedonia," the setting of the Marx Brothers'...

9/28 3pm
Interview with Noah Diamond - part of Freedonia Marxonia 2017

Interview with Noah Diamond - performer, writer, Marx Brothers expert, and Freedonia Marxonia 2017 guest speaker from New York City. We will explore Noah's...

9/29 12pm
Screening of Duck Soup - part of Freedonia Marxonia 2017

The Marx Brothers' 1933 movie Duck Soup is set in the fictional country of "Freedonia." From this basis, a Fredonia student created Freedonia Marxonia to...

9/29 2pm
"From Cracked Ice to Duck Soup" - part of Freedonia Marxonia 2017

Before Duck Soup became Duck Soup, there was a screenplay entitled Cracked Ice. Freedonia Marxonia 2017 guest speaker and Marx Brothers expert Noah Diamond...

9/29 3:15pm

Recent Events

OER Discovery Labs

9/22/2017

Recent Activity

Terry Brown

Terry Brown left a positive review 9/17/2017

Enjoyed this very much! Thanks to the planners!

David Swift

David Swift left a positive review 9/18/2017

Very interesting topic and the discussion was lively and helpful to a better understanding of the history and meaning of our Constitution. Thank you to the six students and two professors who participated.

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Reed Library posted a photo 8/18/2017