Are you ready to find out who you are?
The databases, books, eBooks, websites, and other resources in this LibGuide will help you trace your family history. and discover who you are. Use the links across the top to locate the various resources. If you need further assistance, please contact the Library Reference Staff.
Covid-19 and the Library Update The library has shortened its hours for the time being: Mon-Fri 8:00-6:00 and Weekends 1:00-5:00. However, library staff will be working remotely, answering chats and emails, most of the other hours that the library is normally open. Nearly all of our resources are available online. As always, the back-up 24/7 chat librarians are available during hours we are not available.
Local students;.Everyone who enters the library must wear a mask at all times unless they are in a study room. Food is not allowed at this time, but drinks are fine. All books must be returned to the book drops and not the desk. We have also suspended checking out jigsaw puzzles and games.
Lunch and Learn: Murder Most Foul- The Evolution of Literary Detectives From Sherlock Holmes to Kinsey Milhone will be offered both in person and via Zoom. Plan to attend this most interesting discussion by Dr. Clif Mason.on Thursday, Sept. 24 at 12:30. Details are here
Banned Books Week will be celebrated at the library September 27 - October 3. This is the week we celebrate our freedom t read without censorship. Find out more about the week's activities here,
You will be prompted for your BRUIN Connect login when you attempt to access the online library databases from off-campus. .Your password is the same one you use for Blackboard. If you experience issues logging in, try clearing your browsing history and/or change browsers Make sure your password is current; it must be changed every 90 days. Click here to change your password.