This spring semester, our Information Services Librarian, Mark Puterbaugh compiled a fabulous LibGuide on freely available New Testament introduction & commentary ebooks. You’re probably thinking… “What’s a ‘LibGuide’?!” LibGuides is a product […]
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Announcing our 2012 Orr Essay Contest: or, How to win $500!
It’s time for the Jonathan Orr Essay contest presented by Eastern University’s Friends of the Library! This annual contest recognizes Eastern U. undergraduate student essays that demonstrate excellence in communicating how books […]
Our catalog has gone mobile!
We are excited to announce that you can now search Eastern University libraries’ catalog from your smartphone or tablet! Our new mobile catalog site is available in both the iTunes market and […]
Warner Celebrates Black History Month
February is Black History Month and once again we have the privilege of having the Travelin’ Black History Museum in our display cases at Warner Library. This traveling museum is the cumulative […]
Our brand new guide to library research site!
This past fall semester, our Information Services Librarian Mark Puterbaugh has been tirelessly working on the library’s very first site devoted to teaching students how to perform academic research at Warner Memorial […]
Trial: NBC LEARN streaming video
We’re excited to start this semester with a four month trial of NBC LEARN. This database contains over 10,000 videos, primary documents, and images from the NBC archives. It’s quite the collection! […]
Spring Semester 2012
Welcome back to another semester! Hopefully you are returning well-rested and ready to hit the books again. Over break, we’ve been updating our website, creating an online guide to research, and checking […]
Trialing new databases
Welcome back from Thanksgiving Break! I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving and enjoyed their time off. Now we’re in the final stretch till the end of the semester. Be on the […]
What is a BI?
You may have heard us librarians talking about BIs. No, it isn’t some kind of medical procedure librarians undergo. Rather, it stands for bibliographic instruction. A key component to the librarian profession […]
Have you tried our McNaughton collection?
A little-known collection here in the library is our McNaughton Collection of Best Sellers. We subscribe to this in two formats- books & audio CDs. The collection contains best sellers found on […]