Welcome to the start of Spring Semester! To kick things off, this week we have a guest post from Heather Gorton. Heather is an Eastern alum, class of 2009 (BA in History), […]
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“Marley was dead: to begin with.” Five sites to get your Dickens’ Christmas Carol fix
The fall semester is coming to a snowy close. With only a couple of days left of final exams, you may now find yourself with a lot of free time on your […]
Monday, Dec. 9th… FREE COFFEE & DOUGHNUTS!
It’s that time of year…. FINALS! The library is brimming with activity. Walking throughout the building you can feel the high energy (or is that anxiety?) emanating from the students. I like […]
Bits & Bytes from around the library
I thought I would use this week’s post to share various bits of information, news, and upcoming events pertaining to the library. Did you know…. …that as of November, Warner Library now […]
November is National Novel Writing Month!
Did you know that November is National Novel Writing Month? It was started in 1999 by a freelance writer named Chris Baty. Starting on November 1st, you begin to write a 50,000 […]
Coming Soon! Library to circulate tablets & e-readers
Last September, our Information Services Librarian Mark Puterbaugh, successfully wrote a grant application and was awarded funds from the National Network of Libraries of Medicine Middle Atlantic Region (NNLM/MAR). These funds went toward […]
NEW! Library adds two streaming video databases
For the past two years, we’ve been trying out different streaming video databases. In the past, we’ve provided access to two Films on Demand collections- Business & Economics Collection, and Health & […]
RAPID ILL just got better!
As if RAPID ILL wasn’t already amazing, it just got better…. Before I share its latest development, let’s take a look at what exactly is RAPID ILL. RAPID Interlibrary Loan is a […]
Discarded files become archival history of Palmer Seminary
This week’s blog post comes to us from our Librarian for Public Services, Administration & Research, Joy Dlugosz. Joy wears many “hats” here in the library, including that of Assistant Archivist to […]
Four ways to find recipes on the web
I read recipes the same way I read science fiction. I get to the end and say to myself ‘well, that’s not going to happen’. ― Rita Rudner, author, humorist I thought […]