Monthly Archives: October 2015

The Delight and Judicious Placement of Student Workers

Students working with librarians “behind-the-stacks”. by John Mokonyama Access and Research Services Librarian In 1989 when I first joined the library staff as a student worker, I was thrilled to work on different tasks to support the Librarians’ work. More than two decades later, I am a Librarian and I supervise student workers that are delighted […]

Hidden Treasures from iTunes for Your Mac or PC

Learning Tools used by a Librarian “behind-the-stacks”. by Mark D. Puterbaugh, Information Services Librarian iTunes is a software application used to purchase and organize audio and visual purchases from Apple’s iTunes Store. You don’t need Apple hardware to take advantage of the hidden academic treasures found in iTunes. The software is available for download for both […]

A Blog About Writing a Blog 2

By Marvin Smith, D.Min. M.L.S. — General Services Librarian, Palmer Theological Seminary Even though I started blogging just a few months ago, I have pushed myself to include the visual element whenever possible. Other bloggers tell me that it took them “a long time” before they felt comfortable inserting pictures or video into their blogs. […]

Halloween Goodies for the Mind!

by Joy Dlugosz – Librarian for Public Services, Administration & Research With Halloween coming and the weather telling us so, I am going to tell you about a few resources we have at Warner Library. Have you ever wondered how the pumpkin became a symbol for Halloween? Why do you drive for miles just to choose […]