If you’re on-campus, you can still browse the New Books collection near the Library front door! It’s been refreshed with new print books purchased this Summer. Books are moved to the Circulating shelves after 6 months – so the New Books area has a bookstore feel to it!
Can’t come in right now? No problem – you can see the New Books virtually! Take a look at September’s NEW print titles – as well as this month’s NEW eBook titles. Each month, the newest titles are uploaded to the RaiderSearch Catalog Featured Lists. For Circulating print books, you can click the [Request] link in the Catalog record and follow the screen prompts to have the book placed onto the Hold Shelf for you, or, it can be mailed to your home or office. For eBooks, click the full-text link, logon with your last name and 7-digit Raider number, and start reading!
Grab a FREE cup of coffee at the Circulation Desk, and make yourself comfortable in the New Books nook at the Library & Learning Commons. It’s packed with titles purchased within the last few months.
Can’t make it to the Library? Take a look at online Featured Lists of new materials, updated monthly.
Summer is when you can pick up that book you’ve wanted to read and just didn’t have time. If your reading list isn’t full, you should stop in at the Library and check out (literally) books from our New Books Display.
Titles purchased during the previous 6 months are displayed on shelves near the front door. You can also see lists of new print and eBook titles with our Featured Lists. We hope you will visit in person or virtually!
One of the many joys of visiting a library is the “New Books” area. Grab a cup of coffee at the Circulation Desk, and make yourself comfortable in the Library & Learning Commons. Take a look at the recent acquisitions.
Can’t make it to the Library? Take a look at the online Featured Lists of new materials (including e-titles!) found on the RaiderSearch Catalog . They’re updated regularly.
Take a look at the most recent lists of newest books and streaming videos on library shelves (and virtual shelves!) I’ve already selected a few I want to read. How about you?