Thursday, April 30, 2009

Primal Pictures - Cancelled

As of 4/30/09 Primal Pictures has been removed from our database lists. This was not renewed due to high cost and low use.

Thursday, April 23, 2009

Food for Fines Results

The Food for Fines food drive results are in!

In one week, 236 pounds of food was collected and donated to Tri-City Second Harvest food bank.
And $493 in overdue charges were waived from student’s library accounts.

Many thanks to all those who donated and helped make the Library’s first ever Food for Fines drive a real success!

Desiree G.
Library Circulation Supervisor

Resources on Ref 1 Computer

Here is a list of all resources on Ref1

• 3D Globe
• ALLDATA Online
• CompuCram Promissor Real Estate
• Digital Histology
• Drug Identifier
• Exploring the French Revolution
• Gilbert's Living with Art
• Google Earth
• Handbook of Chemistry & Physics
• Mitchell On Demand
• Starry Night Pro
• The Merck Index v 14.0
• The New England Journal of Medicine Research & Review Articles on Diseases & Clinical Practice
• The New Oxford Annotated Bible
• U.S. News
• Webster's Unabridged Dictionary 3.0
• HIV Handouts
• Student Timecard

Monday, April 13, 2009

Food for Fines

In celebration of National Library Week, the first annual Food for Fines Food Drive begins today!

What: For every non-perishable food item donated during the drive, the Library will waive $2.00 in overdue charges (up to a maximum of $20.00).
When: All week, beginning today and running through Saturday (April 13-18).
Bring your donations: to the circulation desk, at the Library
Donations will go to: the Second Harvest Tri-cities Food Bank.

Library Circulation Supervisor

Press Release

Sunday, April 12, 2009

Christian Science Monitor

The Christian Science Monitor announced in October that it is changing format, effective April 2009. Articles will continue to be published daily online, but the print edition will be issued weekly instead of daily.

The CBC Library received our last daily print edition on March 27th (available at Circulation) and has just received the first weekly print edition, dated April 12 2009, available on our Magazine browsing racks.

EBSCOhost appears to have ceased coverage as of 3/27/09. ProQuest continues to offer full text, but coverage is incomplete and it is not known if the weekly will be included.