New business & technology database – O’Reilly for Higher Education

Check out our new business & technology database, O’Reilly for Higher Education. This digital collection which replaces the Safari eBooks database, includes more than 38,000 book titles and more than 30,000 hours of video. Topics range from programming to IT networking to project management to graphic design to business strategy to career development. The O’Reilly … Continue reading New business & technology database – O’Reilly for Higher Education

APA Style Changes – Highlights from the new 7th Edition

The 7th edition of APA's Publication Manual is now available. As stated on the APA Style blog, "The transition to seventh edition APA Style will not happen overnight. Although the new Publication Manual was released in October 2019, we anticipate that most students and professionals will start using seventh edition style in the spring semester of 2020 or … Continue reading APA Style Changes – Highlights from the new 7th Edition

Chronicle of Higher Education – Access it from anywhere

Did you know Reynolds Libraries has an online subscription to The Chronicle of Higher Education? "The Chronicle is the No. 1 source of news, information, and jobs for college and university faculty members and administrators . . . the Chronicle is published every weekday and features the complete contents of the latest issue; daily news and advice … Continue reading Chronicle of Higher Education – Access it from anywhere

Films to check out for Black History Month

Check out Reynolds Libraries two streaming video databases for films on black history: Films on Demand - From the main screen, scroll down and click on Black History Month under the Featured this Month heading. Kanopy - The library strongly recommends that you setup a free Kanopy account first so that you can add & watch films from … Continue reading Films to check out for Black History Month

Enrolled, Employed or Enlisted: The Role of Libraries in Preparing Students for Life After High School

The College Readiness Committee, whose members include both Central Virginia high school and college/university librarians, presented a session at the Virginia Association of School Librarians (VAASL) annual conference in Williamsburg, VA. Committee members worked together to research issues surrounding our high school graduates - whether they enroll in college, get a job, or enlist in … Continue reading Enrolled, Employed or Enlisted: The Role of Libraries in Preparing Students for Life After High School

Free research workshops!

Need help with starting your research or citing resources for a research assignment? Then register to attend to our free library research workshops being held at both the Downtown and Parham Road campuses. The workshops we have scheduled for this summer semester include: Research the Smart Way: Getting too many results with that Google search? Need … Continue reading Free research workshops!

Happy International Fact-Checking Day!

April 2nd is International Fact-Checking Day. Check out the resources below. You can also participate in the global conversation on Twitter by following: @factchecknet, #FactcheckingDay and #FactCheckIt Today's News: Separating Fact from Fiction (Reynolds Libraries guide) Do we still care about the truth? (International Fact-Checking Network @ Poynter) The Week in Fact Checking (International Fact-Checking Network @ … Continue reading Happy International Fact-Checking Day!

Just in time for Halloween – streaming horror movies

October is that perfect time of year to grab your bag of Halloween candy and popcorn, turn off the lights, and curl up in your favorite chair and blanket to watch some scary movies. Reynolds Libraries has got you covered. Our Kanopy database collection of streaming movies offers access to a wide variety of horror films … Continue reading Just in time for Halloween – streaming horror movies