Wednesday, November 15, 2017
- One-on-One Consultations Available: Need help with a final project or paper for one of your courses? We can help!
- Stonehill, King Philip’s Cave and Native American History Month: Jon Green writes: "Whenever I am asked why Native American history is important to me, I offer one anecdote in explanation." Click the link above to keep reading Jon’s story.
- Debunking Thanksgiving Myths: Are you interested in learning more about the history versus mythology behind the Thanksgiving holiday? NPR, Project Archaeology, and the Library can help!
- CWAA Mythbusters: We’re out to bust some myths and misconceptions about the services we offer. Read on to see what the CWAA can do for you!
- Hours over Thanksgiving: The Library will close for the Thanksgiving break at 4:30pm on Tuesday, November 21, 2017. We will reopen at noon on Sunday, November 26, 2017.
- Bibliography How-To Video Resources: Do you have questions about how to manage your citation and create a bibliography? Have you been getting questions about this from your students? We can help!
- Leisure Reading: Looking for light reading over the break? The Library’s Leisure Reading collection is available in the first-floor stacks near Ace’s Place.
- Security Certificate Warnings in Library Resources: The library provides off-campus access to databases via a proxy server; due to websites increasing their security protocols, we are seeing a dramatic increase in the number of security certificate warnings received when trying to access resources.
- Displaying Full-Text PDFs Within Browser Windows: We are aware that you may experience trouble with databases displaying full text PDFs within browser windows; visit this webpage for assistance.
- Off-Campus Access: Traveling over the holidays, but still need access to Library databases? Visit our off-campus access page for information on how to use Library services when you're away from campus.
- View our Faculty/Alumni Publications Board: Our Pinterest boards include a space to highlight faculty and alumni publications! Have one you don’t see there? Let us know!
- Lost-and-Found in the Library: Looking for something you may have left in the Library? Check the box located by the front door, or check with the Circulation Desk.
- For Faculty – Spring Reserves: Course reserve material requests for both print reserves and electronic reserves (via Ares/eLearn) should be brought to the Circulation Desk by Friday, December 8th. Faculty who are planning on using a course pack for the spring semester should bring all materials to the Circulation Desk by Friday, December 1st before bringing materials to the Document Center for printing.
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