Monthly Archives: April 2012

Database Trial: African American Historical Serials Collection (EBSCOhost)

For the next few weeks, the library is offering a trial to the EBSCOhost database African American Historical Serials Collection. This database was developed to compliment the American Theological Library Association (ATLA) database.  It offers users research relating to African American religious life and culture. From EBSCOhost’s website… Collection content includes: Over 170 unique titles […]

Try our trial book scanner!

We’ve got a guest post this week! Mark Puterbaugh, our Information Services Librarian has setup a month long trial of a Scannx scanner. It does marvelous things like scan documents and email them to yourself! Below is our guest post from Mark about the trial & scanner- Scannx Trial a Green Initiative Warner Library is […]

Announcing this year’s Orr Essay contest winners!!

On Friday, Friends of the Library had their annual dinner and recognized this year’s Orr Essay contest winners. Our speak for the evening was Dr. R.J. Snell. It was a wonderful, fun evening! Here is this year’s essay question: “In his World War II era book, Poetry as a Means of Grace (1941), Charles Osgood suggested that each […]

Our top picks for library/research related apps

Recently a faculty member emailed me and asked what library/research related apps they should get. I thought this question would make for a great blog post! So, without further ado, here our are top app picks to help you with your library & research needs: 1. EBSCOhost app (Available in iTunes & Android App […]