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Faculty Library Newsletter

Its Here! The New York Times. On your phone and iPad its an App. On your computer it's a webpage.

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Just download the app, push the button, and voila, the New York Times, when and where you want it. 

  • Coming Soon! Content all the way back to volume 1.
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  • Coming Soon! A supporting website for classroom teachers and students.
  • FYI - The New York Times representative will be on campus Wed. January 25 with information about how to use NY Times in your classes. See link below for more info!

The Director of Technical Services position has been filled.

The search for a new Director of Technical Services has concluded and the position filled by - Dana Whelchel, 

Although Mrs. Whelchel was doing a wonderful job as our Instructional Services Librarian, she yearned to catalog, a highly specialized task in libraries. Her selection before the departure of retiring librarian Cheryl deHoll allowed a smooth transition.


Kara Gold Hollandsworth returns to oversee the library's Instructional Services

Kara (Gold) Hollandsworth has returned to Anderson University as the library's Instructional Services Coordinator, replacing Dana Whelchel.

Kara holds a B.A. in English and an M.A.T. in Secondary Education English.  She has served the Clemson University Library and various public libraries throughout the state. 

Mrs. Hollandsworth will assume Mrs. Whelchel's duties as the liaison for English, Education, History, and Theatre.


New liaison assignments announced - We've got you covered!

Palgrave eBook Collection purchased

With the help of a large PASCAL discount, the library was able to purchase over 2,000 Palgrave eBooks just before Christmas at the low, low price of less than $1.09 per book. 

That's a savings of almost $19,000!

And it gets better. All titles have unlimited use making them excellent candidates for use as eTextbooks, eReserves, and Canvas.

Note that Palgrave was recently purchased by Springer, and that all titles are available thorough the Springer Link platform.

Need Videos? Try Docuseek2. On trial through end of February.

 ‚ÄčDocuseek2 is a video database containing 800 videos.

 Videos can be licensed in a variety of ways.

 Load videos into Canvas by chapter.

 See something you like? Contact your liaison.

BKPedia Database. On trial through end of February.

Chronicle of Higher Education on trial through middle of February.

Greenleaf Publishing. On trial through end of February.

Mango Languages. On trial through end of February.