Check your departmental budget allocations, spending, and balance.
Review databases charged to your department.
Check the status of all your book, eBook and media orders - date ordered, date received, list, cost, call number assigned, etc.
Contact your liaison to order new materials.
Contact Head of Acquisitions to inquire about unfilled orders.
This summer every academic library in SC will switch to a new shared library system and our old one will go away.
Don't Miss the Boat
Ethelred the Unready embarking for Normandy, 1013, illustration from 'Hutchinson's Story of the British Nation', c.1920 (litho) . [lithograph]. Retrieved from Encyclopædia Britannica ImageQuest.
The Chronicle of Higher Education is arguably the most important publication covering higher education today. Here are some ways you can read if for free.
The good news is that the 7th edition of APA is here. In many ways, it is easier to use. BUT - most citation generators, including our databases and Zotero, have not caught up. Even OWL is not yet ready to provide advice.So who do you call for help?
The Thrift Library.
Not only do we provide handouts, we created our own nifty online tutorial. Try it!
The high costs of textbooks lead to
The Thrift Library offers two ways of helping you lower or even eliminate the high cost of textbooks.
1) Match your assigned textbook to an eBook available for unlimited users. Currently we can find one in ten.
2) Help you find an alternative eTextbook.
Congratulations to Thrift Librarian Fred Guyette for authoring the following journal article, "The Apostle Paul: A Transformed Heart, a Transformational Leader" in the Asbury Journal (Fall 2019). DOI: 10.7252/Journal.02.2019F.07