The library is celebrating the Day of the Dead/Día De Los Muertos with a display.
We welcome anyone in the Palomar community to honor a loved one who has passed by
contributing a photo or ofrenda to add to the display.
We will copy your photo so you do not have to leave the original.
Need a Textbook?
Visit the library or use the
Textbooks Search to see if we have a copy of your course
textbook on Reserve. Students may borrow and
use textbooks for up to two hours in the library. View
this short video for help with searching reserve items in
WorldCat, our new
Library Display For all the students hunched over their textbooks furiously solving problems for
that next math class, this display attempts to answer the question, "What is this leading to?"
From at least the time of Pythagoras, mathematicians have attempted to explain our world and
our place in the cosmos through measurements and formulas. Eventually the science of physics
was born, which relies heavily on mathematics.
There were many, many brilliant participants in this endeavor between Pythagoras and the
21st Century, and narrowing down the contributors to a mere five was difficult. Without
their work we would not have automobiles, space travel, refrigeration, GPS or a myriad
other things we take for granted today.
The display was created by Mary Kira.
WorldCat,the library's new catalog has many new features, such as the
ability to search either the Palomar Library collection or libraries worldwide. WorldCat also lets you
search for articles and DVDs, in addition to books. The new
catalog is more interactive -- you can create and share lists,
and request items from other libraries. Ask a librarian for help using these
and other new features,
For research help or with any other kind of
information question, you can also: