Now that we are 4 weeks into the semester, paper deadlines, midterms and presentations are on the horizon. Lots of students are coming to the library to try to find a quiet table or carrel to study. Several students have expressed frustration to the library staff that they can’t find any quiet places to work. […]

Finding AV Materials

September 11, 2008 | Leave a Comment

Have you searched our library catalog recently and discovered listings for videorecordings? The Audiovisual Collection is housed at the AV Center across from the Student Affairs office, but all of the AV materials are being added to the library catalog. Over 2,000 videocassettes have already been added. These materials may be checked out from the […]

Are you anxious to keep up with world news? Here are a few tips: Visit the library’s print newspaper collection. We have subscriptions to 32 newspapers in French, German, Spanish, Arabic, Russian, Chinese, Japanese and Korean. We also have The Monterey County Herald, San Francisco Chronicle, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Financial Times and […]

Thanks and kudos to the Library for making electronic copies of all articles from Nonproliferation Review available to MIIS students. Founded and edited at our own Center for Nonproliferation Studies, NPR is the pioneering journal in its field and is an invaluable source for theoretical, historical, and policy studies on nonproliferation. For years, however, the […]

Fall is officially here and the library is here to help you with you new classes. Here are a few tips that might be helpful in this first week of classes: Finding your reserve readings: If your instructor has put a book on reserve for your class, you’ll find it at our front desk. You’ll […]

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