Posted onFebruary 21, 2013This page was generated by the Oviatt Library|Comments Off on Research Therapy: You Don’t Have to Come to the Library to Get a Library Book
You know you don’t have to come into the library to get your hands on some books, right? And if you’ve ever checked out a book from the library, only to find it doesn’t have any information you need, you should try looking at Google Books first.
The Oviatt has hundreds of e-books available, straight off of the website. Even if the book you want isn’t available electronically, you can still use Google Books to take a peek at the content. You might save yourself a trip! Watch this video to learn more:
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Posted onFebruary 15, 2013This page was generated by the Oviatt Library|Comments Off on Need Help Using OneSearch?
Just in case you’re confused about our new search tool on the library’s homepage, we’ve created a short video showing you how it works and how you can narrow your results in order to get exactly what you need. We also have a OneSearch FAQ.
When you do a search your results are broken down into two different tabs, one is labeled Articles and one labeled Books & Media. The Articles tab are items that you would normally find in our online databases and the Books & Media tab are what you would find in our library catalog. The image below describes the types of resources found in both.
OneSearch is a powerful tool and we’re pretty excited about it. However, if you’re looking for specific types of resources you might want to check out our other discovery tools.
September 29, 2016, 4:00pm - September 29, 2016, 8:00pm
Delmar T. Oviatt Library Dean Mark Stover cordially invites you to a celebratory reception for the naming of the Dr. Karin J. Duran Teacher Curriculum Center Collection established by Rick Nupoll and ...