Monthly Archives: January 2012

Our brand new guide to library research site!

This past fall semester, our Information Services Librarian Mark Puterbaugh has been tirelessly working on the library’s very first site devoted to teaching students how to perform academic research at Warner Memorial Library. Using Google Sites as the host, this interactive guide offers videos and follow-up exercises to help you put into practice the topics […]

Trial: NBC LEARN streaming video

We’re excited to start this semester with a four month trial of NBC LEARN. This database contains over 10,000 videos, primary documents, and images from the NBC archives. It’s quite the collection! They have video clips dating back to the 1930s. The content in NBC LEARN can be fully integrated with Blackboard, and it can […]

Spring Semester 2012

Welcome back to another semester! Hopefully you are returning well-rested and ready to hit the books again.  Over break, we’ve been updating our website, creating an online guide to research, and checking out new resources.  One loose end to wrap up from last year is a re-cap of the Havana ’59 art exhibit.  Held on […]