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- Printing and making copies
- Checking out books
- Checking out study room keys
- Accessing Course Reserves
Make sure to have it with you!
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|Approaches to Teaching The Song of Roland edited by William W. Kibler and Leslie Zarker Morgan
|Cult of the Mother of God in Byzantium: Texts and Images edited by Leslie Brubaker and Mary B. Cunningham
BT652.B99 C85 2011
|Hard Work: A Life On and Off the Court by Roy Williams with Tim Crothers
GV884.W58 A3 2011
|Human Body in Health and Disease by Gary A. Thibodeau and Kevin T. Patton
QP34.5 .T495 2010
|Patterns of Democracy: Government Forms and Performance in Thirty-six Countries by Arend Lijphart
|A Rumor of War by Philip Caputo
|Workplace Flexibility: Realigning 20th-century Jobs for a 21st-century Workforce edited by Kathleen Christensen and Barbara Schneider
HD5109.2.U5 W67 2010
Due to essential site maintenance, access will be interrupted between 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, August 25th.
Did you know that the EKS Library has a Facebook page, a Google+ site, and a Twitter Presence? Check us Out!
The Fall Semester is almost here. Classes start up again on August 28th. Just to start out, here are the library hours.
- Monday-Thursday: 7:30 a.m. – 11:00 p.m.
- Friday: 7:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
- Saturday: 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
- Sunday: 3:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.
Hours vary according to various breaks, holiday’s and exam periods. These are always listed on the library homepage.
Those of you who are returning might find yourselves just a bit lost. Over the summer some of us have moved around a bit. Now, librarians enjoy helping students, not confusing them, so the moves are actually the first steps in some bigger doings that are designed to make the library more accessible to students and provide more services. The first thing you will notice is that the Director’s Office–which use to be up in Haskins Room–and Access Services area (InterLibrary Loan and Friends of the Library, which were tucked in back behind Reference) are now in one suite. You can find both across from the Circulation Desk by the Elevator in Room 117. So, if you are looking for Mrs. Odom, the Library Director, or need help with an InterLibrary Loan from Mrs. Inge, the are both conveniently located.
As you may know, Room 117 had been the office for the Network and Library Systems Administrator (Mr. Wetherbee) What you may not have known is that for the past year Mr. David Thompson, the University’s Network Engineer had no office at all. Until recently, Mr. Thompson occupied on corner of a desk in Stegall. Now Mr. Wetherbee and Mr. Thompson are both in Room 221 next to the Children’s Room off of the Haskings Room.
Ms Shealy, the Library’s Reference and Bibliographic Instruction Librarian, has revamped the Reference Office. There is a new computer that Ms Shealy can use with students during reference consolations to assist in walking through various databases and search strategies. Also new is a cork/whiteboard. Take special note of the board. Each week Ms Shealy will post a new research tip, designed to make academic life more productive and rewarding (if not just a little bit easier), and each month a new database will be featured.
So again, welcome back, and stay tuned, add EKS Libris to your RSS feeds, find us on Facebook or Google+, or come to the library just to see what is going on; there is more to come.
|Jugendstilschmuck: Der Bestand im Hessischen Landesmuseum Darmstadt: mit einem Anhang: Schmuck nach 1950 editied by Wolfgang Glèuber; with a contribution by Angelika Wassak; photographs by Wolfgang Fuhrmannek
NK7309.85.A7 G58 2011
|Usain Bolt: My Story: 9.58: Being the World’s Fastest Man by Usain Bolt with Shaun Custis
GV1061.15.B66 A3 2010
Elsevier has announced that its ScienceDirect database will be offline for maintenance between 7:30 a.m., August 25th and 2:30 a.m. Sunday, August 26th. Read the rest of this entry »
The Library will be closed between 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, August 21st for Faculty Workshop. For a complete overview please visit the Academic Affairs site.
ProQuest will be performing infrastructure maintenance on Saturday, August 18th. A twelve hour maintenance window will be required for this maintenance. Read the rest of this entry »
Looking for a quiet place to study? Ask about our Quiet Study Options.
See any Library Staff member or ask at the Circulation Desk.
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