The Library has the following equipment available for checkout:
- In-Library use laptops for 7 hour checkout
- Overnight laptops for 3 day checkout
- iPads for 1 week checkout
- Kindles and Nooks for 2 week checkout
- Video cameras
- Audio recorders
- And MORE!
*Please note that we have a limited supply of overnight laptops and iPads, so we may not always have one available for checkout. In addition, we check them out on a first come, first served basis.
Our Research Librarian Julie loves to answer questions. Visit her at the Research Help desk for assistance with reference questions. She can help with:
- Choosing topics
- Finding resources
- Evaluating information
- Citing sources
September 25 – October 1 is Banned Books Week. Celebrate your freedom to read and check out one of the Frequently Challenged Books (books that are not banned, but where an attempt has been made to remove or restrict them).
The Library keeps hundreds of popular textbooks in our 2-Hour Textbook Collection for in-Library use. Ask about them at the Circulation Desk or check our list of textbooks and see if we have yours available!
Having trouble removing pop up blockers so you can access MindTap from BlackBoard? View these instructions for how to do this in the Mozilla Firefox browser.
If you’re still having trouble, ask a Librarian for help!
Here are some helpful ways you can save paper:
- Always print your documents double-sided (unless your instructor requires your paper to be single-sided).
- Always look at the “print preview” to make sure the document will print what you want. This is especially important when you are printing from a website.
- Change the print settings when printing a PowerPoint so multiple slides print on each page. See a Librarian if you need help.
- If you want to print in color, make sure you follow directions for how this is done so you do not accidentally print in black and white.
- Make sure to delete print jobs in your queue if you no longer need them.
- Alternatives to printing: read the material online, save documents to a USB drive, or email documents to yourself for reading or printing at home.