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Part of being a librarian involves growing the library’s book collection. It also means that as you add new material, you need to “weed” (remove) older books- those not circulating or superseded by newer editions. What happens to weeded books? Over the summer, Warner Library donated some of our weeded books to the Olivia S. Washington School of […]

Online Reader

Ebrary users notice something very different about its interface- it’s brand new! For those Eastern students who aren’t using Ebrary, now is the time to start! Ebrary is the library’s largest ebook database. Through it, we provide access to over 100,000 fulltext ebooks. Anywhere you have internet access, you can use Ebrary and read its […]

TimesMachine

New this semester to our Eastern community is access to the New York Times. Through the newspaper’s “pass” feature, our students, staff and faculty can gain access to NYTimes.com and NYTimes app from any device that connects to the internet, whether you’re on- or off-campus. To get started you’ll first need to create an account […]

Hold Button on the item description screen

This semester we’ve rolled out a new, streamlined way of requesting books held at Warner Library, Palmer Library, and the Curriculum Lab. Previously, to request books from a different Eastern Library (Warner, Palmer, Curriculum Lab), users would complete our Intralibrary Loan form. Our new process enables you to place requests for books while searching the […]

Charter

Have you been to the library recently? Notice anything different? We painted! Come stop by and see our new blue wall featuring Eastern’s beautiful historic charter, framed thanks to Friends of the Library. Issued in March 1923, the Charter of The Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary states in beautifully calligraphic writing, In compliance with the requirements […]

Information Literacy Badge

Last November, Warner librarians began brainstorming ways to creatively engage Eastern students when teaching them about research and information retrieval. We noticed a growing trend in education to use “gamification” principles in instructional settings. Gamification is the use of game-like techniques applied in a way that motivates people into learning and goal achieving. Digital badges […]

De-stress With Dogs 2014

It’s time for our 2nd Annual De-stress with Dogs event. After the huge success of last year’s De-stress with Dogs, we decided to make this an annual event. So if you are already feeling burned out at this point in the semester, Warner Library has just the stress-relieving remedy for you- dogs! Come pet away […]

Nick Trombley and Friends President Emeritus John Crosby

The judges have decided! We are excited to announce the winners of this years Jonathan Orr Essay Contest held by Friends of the Library. Out of 28 entries, these three rose to the top of the list. Congratulations! (Click on our winners’ name to read their essay) First Place: Nicholas Trombley Second Place: Jacob Palmer […]

Timeline

With Dr. Duffett’s approaching installation as Eastern’s ninth president, Warner Library encourages you to stop by and view our display relating to the history of Eastern University. We have taken the beautiful timeline created by Eastern’s Alumni office and mounted a display of a condensed version of it (sponsored by Eastern University’s Friends of the […]

A Red Letter Evening

Have you heard? Long-time Friends of the Library supporter, Tony Campolo, will be speaking at Friends of the Library’s “Red Letter Evening”. Here are the details… When? April 10, 2014 (Thursday) Time? 6:00pm to 8:30pm Location? Warner Library’s Atrium (Directions) Food? You bet! Join us for dessert & beverages And……… it’s OPEN AND FREE TO […]

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