Friday, August 18, 2017

New Nursing Database : CINAHL Plus with Full Text


CINAHL is our new database for nursing students. If you need peer-reviewed journal articles for an assignment or want to keep up on the latest research, this is the place to look! You can also find evidence based care sheets here, too.

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Welcome Back Students!

It is always a great time to see all of the cars parked, filling every space at DeSoto Center. We know that very soon our computer lab will be filled as well as the individual study spaces inside the library.

'For the new students who have not found us, come down to the first floor.  We have plenty of books, videos, and graphic novels that can be checked out. Don't forget your student ID!

Monday, August 14, 2017

THE SHACK








    The Shack by William P. Young is a fiction book that encompasses many themes such as God, religion, faith, pain and forgiveness.  The book’s central character is Mackenzie Allen Philips, known as, Mack.  The novel details the death of Mack’s youngest daughter Missy. Mack takes his three children on a camping trip. While camping in Oregon’s wilderness, Missy is abducted and murdered.  Mack is very depressed and sad over Missy death. The unfortunately, great sadness takes control of Mack’s life.  Mysteriously, the book also describes a letter that is left in Mack’s mailbox with no return address.  Mack states that the letter contains details about God inviting Mack to spending a weekend at The Shack with Papa (God).  This riveting book has been made into a major motion film.  The movie does a great job depicting the events from the book.   As an avid reader, I would suggest this reading to others who have questions about God, faith, religion, forgiveness and pain.

Thursday, August 10, 2017

Book to Movie Alert

Do you like watching movies of your favorite books? The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls is premiering this weekend.

We do have copies of this book, with one available at the time of this posting. Please check with our library staff if you'd like to read it either before or after you watch the movie.

Thursday, August 3, 2017

Are you ready for the eclipse?




Watch this short video by Ernie Wright from the NASA Scientific Visualizations Studio that will show you the path the eclipse will take in the U. S. 

Although we are not directly in the path, we will be able to see a partial eclipse. 

Make sure that you have appropriate eclipse viewing glasses or solar filters before attempting to watch the eclipse. 

video

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Paris, France

By Tommie Hansen (Sunset in Paris, FranceUploaded by paris 17) [CC BY 2.0], via Wikimedia Commons

The next stop on our digital field trip is France! Sometimes, the most interesting things to look at are hidden from view. Take a look at this tour of 5 Parisian Rooftops. You'll get to see Paris from a completely different perspective. Click on the icon of a person on each rooftop so that you can spin the map around to see the top of Paris from every direction.

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Grand Tour of Italy

Photo Credit: CC0. Link to original.


Even if you are staying in town this summer, you can still go on adventures, both near & far! Learn about people, places, and things as we share links to digital collections and virtual field trips around the world this summer.

First stop: Go on a Grand Tour of Italy