Monthly Archives: October 2014

Warner Library contributes books to Liberian school

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 It also means that as you add new material, you need to “weed” (remove) older books- those not circulating or superseded by newer editions.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 […]

Ebrary Database’s new Online Reader display

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 […]

Library now offers access to NYT and its archive

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 […]