If you need help recalling some of the points covered in your library research session, don’t forget that you have online access to the research guide created specifically for you and your class. As always, if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to stop by the reference desk or contact us via email or phone (610-861-1543).
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Hope everyone had a restful holiday and is recharged for the new semester! If your resolutions for the new year include studying harder and keeping up with classes, the library is here for you. We support you in pursuing these goals with quiet study places, lots of technological resources, and people ready to assist you in completing your research. We look forward to seeing you.
Good news – walk-up access to MOSYS computer terminals has returned! We currently have one computer on the main level dedicated to MOSYS (no log-in required), with three more to follow soon – another on the main level, one on the upper level, and one on the lower level in the Groenfeldt Moravian Collection. If you need to look up a book or find something on reserve real quick, we’ve got you covered!
If you’re accustomed to using the walk-up catalog computer terminals scattered throughout the library, you may have noticed that they’ve gone missing. (We noticed, too!) MOSYS is being installed on them, which explains their temporary absence. In the meantime, if you need to find materials on reserve or want to search for a book without logging on to a computer, just come to the Reference Desk, and a librarian will help you find what you need. We’ll let you know when the MOSYS terminals return.
No, not that kind of mobile!
Searching EBSCO databases (such as ATLA, Academic Search Elite, ERIC, Business Source Elite, and PsycInfo) is now accessible on your favorite internet-enabled mobile device. Use this link to give it a try on your BlackBerry, iPhone, or iPod Touch. You’ll need to first log in with your CIT-issued username and password.
Check it out, and let us know what you think.