First off, welcome back! A new year and a new semester. We hope you enjoyed your break and are returning relaxed and rejuvenated. Today our country remembers the great civil rights leader […]
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 […]
RefWorks 2.0: Brand new display!
RefWorks now has a brand new interface! For a while now, the RefWorks’ display has needed an overhaul. The new design is much easier to use and looks a lot more current. […]
What are you thankful for?
With Thanksgiving week upon us, I thought I would take the liberty to ask Warner Library staff and librarians what they are thankful for this year. Family, friends, good health, and jobs […]
Hidden Treasure: the Goebel Print Collection
This past week the library was visited by a preservation specialist from the Conservation Center for the Arts & Historical Artifacts. In May of 2009, we applied for a Preservation Assistance Grant […]
where to go to request an article? Find our hours? Stay up-to-date with the library’s latest news? How to log into you account in the library catalog? This week’s blog is dedicated […]
What kind of technology user are you?
Technology continues to play an influential role in how library users access information. Part of being a librarian in the 21st century requires in the very least an awareness of the latest […]
Happy Halloween & Reformation Day!
In honor of October 31st, this week’s blog post highlights a few items from Warner Library to help you celebrate Halloween and Reformation Day. First a brief history of the day…. Halloween […]
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 […]
E-book readers & higher education: the wave of the future?
It seems like every month a new e-book reader (or a newer version of one already available) is unleashed into the market. You have your iPads, Kindles, Sony Readers, Nooks, Bebooks, and […]