What is January 4th?

What is January 4th? This year it’s Hump Day, but it’s also National Trivia Day!

Want to play trivia on topics major and minor? Try out these online games:

The Library has trivia games you can play:

  • Trivial Pursuit (2008)
    • Board Game: Curriculum Collection, Teaching Tools (Call Number: GV1469.T77 T7 2008)
    • Pop Culture 2 DVD: Curriculum Collection, Teaching Tools (Call Number: GV1469.T77 T73 2005)
  • Scene It
    • Movie Scene It?: The DVD Game (2007) – Curriculum Collection, Teaching Tools (Call Number: GV1469.S34 M7 2007)
    • TV Scene It? The DVD Game (2005) – Curriculum Collection, Teaching Tools (Call Number: GV1469.S34 T8 2005)
  • You Don’t Know Jack: The Irreverent Trivia Party Game – (2010) – Browsing Collection, Video Games (Call Number: Xbox360 You 2010)

The Library also has books you can read that will be enormously helpful for finding little known, but often important, facts such as:

  • Chase’s … Calendar of Events (2017) – Reference Collection (Call Number: GT4803 .C48) (older editions in the Main Collection)
  • Famous First Facts
    • Famous First Facts about Sports – (2001) – Access eBook
    • Famous First Facts: A Record of First Happenings, Discoveries, and Inventions in American History
      • Book (2006) – Reference Collection (Call Number: AG5 .K315 2006)
      • eBook (1997) – Access eBook
  • Guinness Book of World Records (2014) – Curriculum Collection, Nonfiction (Call Number: 031.02 Gui) (older editions in the Main Collection)

About Martha

Martha is a Reference & Instruction Librarian and the liaison to the Biological Sciences, Computer Science, Languages and Literatures, Mathematics, and Physics Departments
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1 Response to What is January 4th?

  1. DJ says:

    Thanks for the information. Chase’s Calendar is fun to look through. Free Rice is a great and fun way to work on your vocabulary.

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