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 be able to check it out for 2 hours. Articles and book chapters will be on ereserve (electronic reserve). Your instructor will give you a password to access the ereserve readings for your course. To find your ereserves, go to Course Reserves and click on Ereserves.

Copy cards: If you’d like to buy a copy card for our photocopiers, you may purchase one for a $1 deposit at the front desk. When you put the card in one of the copiers and then put money in the machine, that money will go on your copy card. You can keep adding money to your card as you need to.

If you need any help with our copiers and printers, please let us know. We are happy to help if you have paper jams or any other problems.

If you’d like to know more about the library, stop by on Tuesday or Thursday at 3PM for a 45 minute general tour.

If you’d like to know which databases and ejournals will be useful for your research, sign up for a databases workshop. Here are the workshop schedules for the month of September:

IPS Databases Workshop Schedule

Business Databases Workshop Schedule

TESOL/TFL Databases Workshop Schedule

If you’d like to sign up for a workshop, stop by the reference desk or email Ann Flower.

Let us know if we can help!


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