Back by popular demand, the Library will be open until MIDNIGHT starting Monday, April 30. The Library Cafe will start new hours also on April 30, open from 8am to 9pm, Monday-Thursday. We will have regular hours during finals week. See the calendar for complete details. And…..good luck on your finals!
The auction has ended – and it was a great success! Thanks to all who bid!!
Handmade furniture on display in Resnick Library, courtesy of our very own cabinetmaking students! Items include Benches, End Tables, Bookcases, Dressers, Clocks, a Sofa Table, Apothecary Chest, and more! Furniture will be on display and bids will be accepted 4/16-4/28. Bids will be viewed on the auction ending date, and the highest bid above the posted minimum (found on piece) will win! Please note, if the highest bid is $150 and the next closest bid is $135 (for example) the high bidder will only pay one dollar over the next closest bid or $136.
Visit the library and view the furniture on display!
Students, faculty and staff can now utilize LexisNexis as an e-resource, on a trial basis, through the Resnick Library website. This fantastic search tool offers access to content from newspapers, magazines and other print sources, including legal documents.
LexisNexis is a great resource for the business, law or medical fields. Details on court cases, news headline information, as well as company financial reports and profiles can be obtained. Additionally, a reference section is available to obtain biographical information on politicians, business executives and other notable individuals.
Let us know what you think as this trial offer is only available through the end of May. To access this new resource, click on the link under What’s New @ Resnick on the library homepage, or follow the link above by clicking on LexisNexis.
MLA International Bibliography contains 1.8 million citations to journal articles, books and dissertations. Some full text articles are available online, while other items can be obtained through interlibrary loan (use the SFX menu). Produced by the Modern Language Association, the MLA bibliography dates back to the 1920s and is international in scope.