Library in your Pocket: Go Mobile @ Reynolds Library

Got a cool new tablet and want to know more about how to use it? Thought about what a mobile device could do for your research—as well as your recreational reading? Check out our new guide! Library in your Pocket: Go Mobile @ Reynolds Library The guide covers iPad Kindle Fire Kindle Paperwhite Nook HD … Continue reading Library in your Pocket: Go Mobile @ Reynolds Library

SWANK Digital Campus – Feature Films for Education

What do the following feature and documentary films have in common: Patch Adams? Bowling for Columbine? Wit? 42? They have all been used in the classroom to capture critical concepts and to support key learning outcomes. Unfortunately, using film can also consume classroom time - time needed to cover other essential ideas. Reynolds library seeks … Continue reading SWANK Digital Campus – Feature Films for Education

Practice Tests Available Online!

Check out LearningExpress Library, an online tool which includes more than 1000 practice tests & skills tutorials for academic career advancement & more than 200 ebooks designed to help students succeed on the academic or licensing tests they must pass. LearningExpress Library will help you prepare for: professional certification, licensing, & aptitude tests in a range of occupations: health care, civil … Continue reading Practice Tests Available Online!

Need a quick & easy way to cite your resources?

JSRCC Libraries have purchased premium access to EasyBib, a web-based tool for building and managing citations in MLA, APA and Chicago Style. EasyBib premium access allows you to: Create a bibliography quickly using the Autocite or Manual entry forms for over 50 source types. Use features such as footnotes and parenthetical formatting, adding annotations, etc. … Continue reading Need a quick & easy way to cite your resources?

New tool for literary analysis

Computational Knowledge engine Wolfram|Alpha just announced that you can now analyze Shakespeare’s plays, as well as some other famous works of literature, including Moby Dick, Great Expectations, and Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. From their blog: Entering a play into Wolfram|Alpha, like A Midsummer Night’s Dream, brings up basic information, such as number of acts, scenes, … Continue reading New tool for literary analysis

Listen to audiobooks on your iPhone or other mobile device

Visit the library's OverDrive Digital Media Collection web site to download and listen to audiobooks on your iPhone, Windows Phone, iPad, Android, Blackberry or other portable device.  This media collection includes over 1000 titles.  Fiction titles include:  drama, historical fiction, literature, mystery suspense, poetry, and science fiction & fantasy.  Nonfiction titles include: biographies, current events … Continue reading Listen to audiobooks on your iPhone or other mobile device

Use your iPhone or iPod to find articles & books

Access online articles and books from anywhere using EBSCOhost's mobile access technology. Using your iPhone, iPod, Blackberry, or other mobile device, EBSCOhost's mobile access technology allows you to: Search for articles and books. Retrieve and view full text articles and books. E-mail results to yourself. To get the free EBSCO app for you iPhone or … Continue reading Use your iPhone or iPod to find articles & books