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The Library Just Save You $14.2 Million!

One of the last 11 copies of the Bay Psalm Book, printed in 1640, sold at auction last Tuesday, November 26th, for $14.2 million. No other copy has been up for sale since 1947.

While it lacks a little of the tactile sensation of the real thing, the Library can offer you a digital copy of the complete Bay Psalm Book as part of Early English Books Online, which features digitized copies of every book printed in the United Kingdom from 1473-1700.






December, 2013.

 

New Popular Reading for Thanksgiving, 2013

Cover artWe've just shelved 40+ new titles for your Thanksgiving couch reading. If the football game is a bigger turkey than the one on your table you will need a back-up plan. Why not a book? And don't forget the dog show on Thanksgiving morning. Put you money on the Australian Shepherd for Best in Show!






For a list of new titles, visit our Popular Reading page.

If you give a librarian a cookie ...

They’ll try and share it with you! (As long as it is a metaphorical  cookie.  If it’s a real cookie, fat chance!). So what happens if you give a librarian a metaphorical cookie jar? They will try and share it with you for the next six months! And that’s just what we have for you!

The Gale Virtual Reference Library features 2,000 full-text reference books covering a wide range of disciplines. For this academic year the Library offers full-access to every title in the collection. And at the end of the year, we'll take a look at the ones you used to help guide us in selecting titles to add to our permanent collection.

Trial expires May, 2014.

New Databases Added Over the Summer

We've added five new great resources for your research needs!

September, 2013.

 

ScholastiCAT tee-shirts now on sale

ScholasticatIn Italy he was known as lepus ut cursa tecta, but in Ireland he was Scholasticat, the beloved feline of the Monastery of Blarney, of whom many a miraculous tale was told and set down in the lost book Vita Sancti Finnei Radii (The Life of St. Fineous the Radiant). The CSS Library now offers you the chance to pick up a Scholasticat tee-shirt and support your library at the same time. All proceeds go to the Friends of the CSS Library. For a peek at the shirt, visit: http://libguides.css.edu/content.php?pid=332510&sid=3533865

If you are on-campus, stop by the Library and pick one up. If you are at a distance, use the form in the left-hand column to order.








February, 2013.

 

Ebsco Ebook Collection Returns

Visual Dictionary of TypographyWe’ve added a new ebook collection to the Library. You now have access to over 120,000 academic titles (in addition to the couple of hundred thousand we already offer) that you can view on your computer or download to your e-reader.  The collection can be searched individually on our book catalog menu or as part of SOLAR (search by topic, then limit to ebooks). For more info on all our ebooks, visit our ebook guide.

 

 

 

Unasema Kiswahili?

MangoSwahiliUnasema Kiswahili? No? Well don’t worry. Mango just announced the addition of four new languages – Swahili, Romanian, Egyptian, and Modern Standard Arabic.

Click on over to our Mango Lib Guide to get started.

http://libguides.css.edu/Mango

 

New Popular Reading for Semester Break!

We’ve just shelved a baker’s double-dozen of new titles for your holiday break reading pleasure. Be ready for when The Cable features you in “What I Like About Me.” When it comes to your “personal style” you can sum it up in two words: “I read.” Books are a little black dress for your brain.

For a list of new titles, visit the Library’s Popular Reading Page.

Or, visit us on LibraryThing and use the tag - December 2012.

If you are in the mood to expand your horizons while lying on the couch with the snow falling outside the window, visit our Faculty Reading List Archive to see what your professors read when once upon a time they were just like you.

Happy holidays and safe travel from your Library!

 

New Popular Reading for Semester Break!

Art of the HobbitWe've just shelved over 40 new fiction & non-fiction titles to our Popular Reading Collection. From big fat novels by Ken Follett, to the latest Wm. Kent Krueger mystery, to a tribute to the always magical world of Tolkien's Hobbit, we have something for every taste.

And yeah, we just doubled our books-on-tape collection.

For a complete list of what's new in print, visit our Popular Reading Guide or vist us on LibraryThing and use the tag "October 2012."

Happy reading!

October, 2012.

 

Sign Out & Sign Up

Whose flocking the Library?Last summer we offered you the chance to know what's new in the Library by signing up for email alerts via FeedMyInBox. But that was soooo last summer.

You can drop that subscription like a hot potato because now you can sign up for email alerts directly from the Library for any of our guides you like. Sign up for this guide - "What's New?" by following the link for "email alerts" located right above the search box. Or, if you just want to know when we update our popular reading collection, visit our Popular Reading Guide [ http://libguides.css.edu/CSSPopularReading ] and sign up for an email alert there.

Never miss a new resource in the Library again! And follow our investigation as we get to the bottom of the "mad craner" who has been flocking the Library!

October, 2012.

 

Early English Books Online (EEBO)

Title page of Reynard the FoxEarly English Books Online (EEBO)
The Library would like to extend a special thanks the CSS English Department whose generous contribution allowed us to add Early English Books Online to our collection. EEBO is a digital archive of every book published in the United Kingdom from the years 1473 to 1700 - literature, history, theology, science, & even joke books. So whether you are naughty fox like Reynard, a poet like John Donne, or a person of science like Sir Isaac Newton, you will be found in Early English Books Online.


October, 2012

New Guides

CIS 6795: Research and Writing
by Julie Rustad - Last Updated Apr 5, 2014
A research guide to help you with your researching and writing for the Capstone for Information Technology Leadership and Project Management
51 views this year
Undergraduate Library Research Award
by Kevin McGrew, Brad Snelling, Todd White - Last Updated Mar 7, 2014
180 views this year
HON 4885/HIS 3305 - The Holocaust in Comparative Perspective
by Todd White - Last Updated Feb 7, 2014
Use this guide for finding CSS Library resources for HON 4885/HIS 3305 - The Holocaust in Comparative Perspective.
77 views this year
Theology and Religious Studies
by Heidi Johnson - Last Updated Feb 5, 2014
Information on resources to support research in the theology and religious studies discipline.
27 views this year
History
by Heidi Johnson - Last Updated Feb 5, 2014
Resources to support research for all aspects of history.
29 views this year
NSG 4500 - Transition Into Practice
by Todd White - Last Updated Feb 18, 2014
Click on the titles of the following articles & then log-in with your CSS Novell ID (same ID as your CSS email).
240 views this year
ATR 6511 Biopsychosocial Issues and Interventions
by Brad Snelling - Last Updated Apr 1, 2014
116 views this year
Sociology
by Heidi Johnson - Last Updated Feb 5, 2014
147 views this year
HON 4650 - The Book in the 15th Century
by Todd White - Last Updated Mar 27, 2014
Use this guide for class information or just to check on our progess as the students of The Book in the 15th Century create Sir Orpheo.
262 views this year
Dignitas Resources
by Bret Amundson - Last Updated Apr 1, 2014
404 views this year
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