Fall 2014 Semester
Mon - Thu | 8am - 9pm
Fri | 8am - 4pm
Sat | 9am - 1pm
Sun | CLOSED
(Closed on Holidays)
Veterans' Day 11/11
Esta página en español
(Esta traducción puede ser imperfecta
ya que la traducción es hecha automáticamente
Welcome to Fall Semester 2014!
Our Library's mission is to support learning through providing
services and resources that help users find, evaluate and use
information accurately and ethically.
As you begin the semester remember the Library has
some textbooks available on
Reserve. Most can be
used in the library for 2 hours at a time, but a few may be
checked out overnight or longer. Search our library's catalog to
discover if a textbook is on Reserve. View
this short video for help with searching Reserve items in
WorldCat, our new
Need credible video sources? Search our new streaming
media titles from the Ambrose Digital Collection!
Dashboard - Lessons on Avoiding Plagiarism, Citing Sources and More! !
Dashboard consists of interactive, online lessons designed to help students develop their information literacy skills. The lessons address plagiarism, incorporating outside sources into one’s own work, and the concepts and mechanics of citing sources using MLA and APA documentation styles.
Some instructors will be using the tool within their
classes but students are free to independently work with the 3
modules currnetly available to enhance their skills
Not your old encyclopedia! Try our new database World
We now subscribe to the database World Book Academic. This tool
is more than a traditional encyclopedia digitized for online
use. World Book Academic is a comprehensive reference tool that includes encyclopedia, multimedia, e-book,
and primary source databases.
You can search alphabetically by keywords, select from subject
lists or use their collections (biographies, primary source
documents, etc.). For ideas on researching you can access their
Research 101 tool for help structuring how you'll find the
evidence your instructors request to support your academic work.
The most exciting thing about
the catalog is that it allows you to
search our physical and virtual collections
at the same time. From
the Everything tab on the searchbox at the top of the
type keywords, click Go and your list of results will include everything from books or DVDs we own to articles from library subscribed databases. Stop by the Reference Desk if you need help or want to learn more about using WCL.
Some catalog options especially helpful for researchers are:
the ability to link to the catalog record for a resource (Permalink),
a save search button and export of bibliographic information to EasyBib for citation use. You can
even use the My library account tool to view a
list of library items you've checked out, titles you've
requested and any payments made/owed. Click
here to learn how to sign in
to My library account.
For research help or with any other kind of
information question, you can also: