Monthly Archives: November 2010

RefWorks 2.0: Brand new display!

RefWorks now has a  brand new interface! For a while now, the RefWorks’ display has needed an overhaul. The new design is much easier to use and looks a lot more current. You can begin using the new interface by visiting RefWorks. On the login screen, click on the link for RefWorks 2.0, located in […]

What are you thankful for?

With Thanksgiving week upon us, I thought I would take the liberty to ask Warner Library staff and librarians what they are thankful for this year. Family, friends, good health, and jobs were some of the most popular responses. In particular, this year we have those who are thankful for a brand new roof over […]

Hidden Treasure: the Goebel Print Collection

This past week the library was visited by a preservation specialist from the Conservation Center for the Arts & Historical Artifacts. In May of 2009, we applied for a Preservation Assistance Grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities and was awarded grant funds to use toward the assessment of our special collections housed in […]

Ever wonder…

where to go to request an article? Find our hours? Stay up-to-date with the library’s latest news? How to log into you account in the library catalog? This week’s blog is dedicated to answering a few of our most frequently asked questions. Hopefully you’ll find this useful. Next week we’ll take a look at a […]

What kind of technology user are you?

Technology continues to play an influential role in how library users access information. Part of being a librarian in the 21st century requires in the very least an awareness of the latest technologies. The Information Age ushered in uncharted approaches to library services. No longer must a librarian solely consider what books to add or […]