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Archive for September, 2014


TIME IS RUNNING OUT TO TRY STATISTA! Comments Off

Currently, we have access to Statista, a statistics database that contains over 1,000,000 statistics from over 18,000 sources. Data and statistics can be exported in the following formats: JPEG, PDF, and XLS. Most statistics can also be downloaded as a PowerPoint presentation and include links to the original source. Read the rest of this entry »

PRIZE DRAGONS Comments Off

Week 1 winners

You might have heard that there are dragons hiding in the library. Some have useful bits of knowledge. Others will share a piece of their horde with you…if you can find them. Read the rest of this entry »

BANNED BOOK WEEK Comments Off

What is Banned Book Week, anyway?

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Thar’ be books about dragons! Comments Off

Want to read up on dragons and knights, but can’t get to the library to check out our featured titles? No problem! You can find them listed below.

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POW #3 WHERE’S THE P.I.E. ? Comments Off

PoW #3

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DRAGONS IN THE LIBRARY! Comments Off

Ku Long Ancient 300 x 300There are dragons hiding in the library!

 

They came seeking knowledge and got lost. Now we need your help to find them.

Some have helpful tips or bits of knowledge they have collected. Others might even reward you for finding them… Read the rest of this entry »

BLOCK BREAK HOURS Comments Off

Ku Long sleepy

During Block Break, the Greeneville library location will have the following hours:

Sunday – Closed

Monday – 8:00 am – 8:00 pm

Tuesday - 8:00 am – 8:00 pm

We will resume our regular semester hours on Wednesday, September 17th. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us!

This does not affect the Knoxville location.

Have a great break!!!

POW #2 GO PIONEERS! Comments Off

PoW #2

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UPDATE TO EBRARY Comments Off

Ebrary Logo

Ebrary is updating their online Reader the week of September 8th.

For those who use the e-books found in the Library Catalog, you might be familiar with Ebrary. Ebrary is one of our e-book vendors, providing over 30,000 full text e-books.

If you have used the reader in the past, the new Reader will look a little different. The update should make the Reader easier to navigate, with better display options. For more information on the changes, check out their guide or ask a librarian.