There is a new look to our website! We are implementing open source software called Scriblio, created by our library’s information architect, Casey Bisson. Give us your feedback. There are places below almost every library webpage to comment on its effectiveness or to bring our attention to any concern or problem you may have with that current page. In the spirit of open-source software, please help us enhance this software for future users with your comments—specific or general—that you can also choose to keep private or public.
We added 12 new databases last year that offer a growing selection of online full-text journals and many of these databases allow you to setup email alerts and RSS feeds on your favorite subject.
We offer research assistance in our Ask a Librarian service that includes IM as well as the more traditional email, voice, and face-to-face interaction with a librarian.
And finally, look forward to many new services this Fall including:
RSS feeds for the activation of alerts for new books, DVDs, music scores and other items in our library based on your particular interests.
Best wishes in the coming academic year,
David A. Beronä