African American Experience

The University Library has purchased access to Greenwood Press’ African American Experience, a database of thousands of entries on African American life, drawn from encyclopedias and other reference books, monographs, collections of interviews, collections of primary source documents, audio clips, images, and Web sites.
Coverage includes history, social issues, politics, legal and constitutional issues, business, media, literature, and more.
You can get to the database here.
Links will be maintained in Annie and in several locations in our Web site, including here.

Book Nook Coffee Station

Have you found it yet?
The Book Nook Coffee Station is now open in Leyburn Library, just inside the entrance on the Main Floor.
Want a cup of coffee, tea, hot chocolate, or cappuccino while you’re studying?
Help yourself! Most drinks are $.75, cappuccino’s are $1.
The coffee machine accepts only coins, so a bill-changer has been installed next to the coffee cart.
If you would like to submit a comment about this new service, you can use this form.
As always, only drinks in lidded cups are allowed in the stacks, study rooms, and computer labs of the Library.