on the second floor of the library! No, we’re not hunting wabbits, we have students studying! It’s usually rockin’ on the first floor with all the computers and printers so we like to have a quiet area on the second floor. We appweciate your coopewation!
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Coming to the library is not always convenient. Or your schedule conflicts with ours. The solution is our digital library, a collection of databases and eBooks for Vol State students, staff, and faculty accessible with an internet connection.
Confused? Curious? Stop by the Library’s Research Center on September 22 beginning at 2:00 p.m.and ending at 3:15 p.m. to learn more about 21st century research tools.
Learn@the Library is a series of programs to help you with your academic research. Read this blog for more Learn@the Library announcements.
“Databases and e-Books: your 24/7 library” Wed, 9/22 @ 2:15 p.m.
Need a quiet place to study?
- There are tables and individual study desks on the 2nd floor.
Want a relaxing place to read or work on your laptop computer?
- Try a lounge chair on either the 1st, 2nd floor or staircase landing.
Looking for a place to review notes with classmates?
- One of the 2nd floor study rooms may be available.
Got to work on a small group computer project?
- The 1st floor “Group Work Zone” is the place for you!
See you around the Library…
In Oz it may be Lions, and tigers, and bears. Oh my! But in the library we hear databases, articles, and MLA. Oh my! The library can help relieve your research anxiety.
The library is more than just a place to take a break between classes. Through our Learn@ the Library programs we offer you the opportunity to improve your research skills, find better articles faster, and easily create a works cited page.
All Learn@the Library sessions meet in the Research Center on the first floor of the library. Stop by — reservations not needed.
Our first session, NoodleBib: the easy way to do citations, meets on Tuesday, September 14 at 11:15 a.m. and in only 30 minutes you can learn about this free web-based citation and note-taking tool. Learn how to create a works cited page or annotated bibliography formatted in MLA, APA or Chicago style.
Don’t worry if you can’t make this session. We will offer it again on October 12 at 11:15 a.m. and October 13 at 2:30 p.m.
Watch this space for more information on our sessions Databases and e-Books: Your 24/& Library and Databases – there’s more than one way to search.