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New in the Library, January 2012

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New eBook Collection!- ebrary

Added after Christimas, ebrary is an eBook collection of 70,000 titles!  The collection contains books on all topics.  The platform searches every single word in every single page of every single book.  Ebrary features the ability to copy and paste text, email text, citation generators, note taking, and sharing your research.  Don’t miss out on this awesome new collection!


2 New Music Databases!!  From NAXOS.

NAXOS Music Library- Jazz The Naxos Jazz Library-Jazz offers outstanding jazz selections, without the need for CDs.  The Jazz library is available around the clock for unlimited simultaneous access.


Naxos Video Library- The NAXOS Video Library offers an extensive streaming video library of classical music performances, opera, ballet, live concerts, and documentaries.  Watch the world's greatest opera houses, ballet companies, orchestras, and perfomances on demand.  Once subscribed, stream any video in the collection from anywhere in the world with internet access.


From eBooks on EbscoHost…

Overnight Career Choice: Discover Your Ideal Job in Just a Few Hours

By Laurence Shatkin and Michael Farr

A great book to get you thinking on your career options.  Finding something you love can be a challenge, but certainly not impossible.  Thinking about your personal strengths, motivations, and preferences can get you on the right track fast.  Don’t miss this great career guide!


From our Regular Collection…

Growing with Purpose: Connecting with God Every Day

By Jon Walker

BV 4811.W325 2009

This book is a great resource for those looking for daily spiritual inspiration. Each of its 365 passages begins with a corresponding Bible verse and ends with a thought provoking challenge.  It is a wonderful choice for anyone looking for a daily devotional.


College Reading and Study Skills

By Kathleen T. McWhorter

LB 2395.3.M386 2010

This work is an extremely helpful tool for individuals desiring to develop their study skills. It breaks down how to manage your time, set goals, make the most of class time, and read effectively. This book is great for anyone looking to improve in academics this semester.


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