Did you know...that in the Advanced Search of several databases you can select a research Methodology (like Case Study, or Double Blind Trial)?
Did you know...that the Literature Resource Center is the best source for bio-bibliographic work and author criticism?
Did you know...that you can search more than one EBSCO database at once? (Choose from the EBSCO Databases list or click Choose Databases from within any EBSCO database.)
Did you know...we have a great new tool to help you make better searches?
Did you know...that the Library has two scanners on the main floor and one on the lower level that can scan to email or USB (both free) or the printers (regular B/W printing costs)? And a microfilm scanner on the ground floor that can scan to USB?
Did you know...the 2nd floor is the Quiet Study area? Shush!
Did you know...we have current local newspapers in the ground floor reading area?
Did you know...you can sign up for a study room at the Circulation Desk?
Did you know...there is a printable map of the library floorplans?
Did you know...the Library has accounts on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus? Click the icons on the homepage!
Did you know...the library posts lists of all our new books (and videos, CDs, etc.) online?
Did you know...that Google Scholar searches ScienceDirect, JSTOR, BioOne, and several other library databases and subscriptions? And that you can set GS to link to library full text?
Did you know...there is a librarian for every subject, and you can meet with them to work on individual assignments?
Did you know...you can enter journal title abbreviations into our Journals by Title/journal finder search?
Did you know...that many databases will format citations in MLA and APA styles?
Did you know...the subject librarians are working nights and weekends this semester? Ask your librarian when they will be available!
Did you know...you can request books, articles, etc. that we don't have via Interlibrary Loan?
Faculty: our InfoLit quiz can now be imported into Learn9! See the quiz & contact Winnie via the Tier II guide:
Did you know...that you can search for teachers' books (not kids' fiction) by searching in the Curriculum Collections in the Library Catalog?