We’re excited to announce a new collaboration with librarian Hua Sun from China!! Every week we meet via Skype to discuss what features to add to our newest LibGuide- China: History and […]
Check out our very cool guide- “E-Books- New Testament Introduction and Commentary”
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 […]
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 […]
“We, the People…”: Government Resources
With President Obama’s State of the Union address last week, I decided to post in this week’s blog our top five government resources. Whether you’re a Political Science major/minor or not, it’s […]
Stars Wars, Superman & A Christmas Carol, or: exciting ways to spend your winter break
Finals week. For students, it’s what the last three months of school lead up to; a catharsis in the form of exams, final papers, presentations, and group projects of the knowledge gained […]
Researching on the go!
In a similar vein to last week’s post on e-book readers, I wanted to highlight the library’s mobile resources. Like e-book readers, many people are accessing information through non-traditional routes. Pew Internet […]
4 web-based tools I can’t live without
One aspect of librarianship that I love is incorporating new technologies into library services and job-related tasks. The librarian profession is one of these professions that has drastically morphed since the invention […]
Our top 8 free web resources: Audio Books
Whether you listen to them on your iPod, laptop, or desktop, audio books are a fun way to explore great literature. Listed below are our top eight picks for free audio book […]