New guide for Book Lovers

Do you love reading?  Check out our newest libguide, For Book Lovers. This guide covers a wide range of resources for finding books to read for pleasure as well as connecting with other book lovers.  It includes information and links on: print & audio books at JSRCC Library, social networking web sites for book lovers, … Continue reading New guide for Book Lovers

Our latest research guides

Check out the library's lastest research guides: Newspapers History 101 Social Science Teaching Millennials To review our other guides, go to the main LibGuides page located at: http://libguides.reynolds.edu.  These guides serve as an excellent starting point for research assignments and will save you much time and frustration in finding appropriate and credible resources for upcoming … Continue reading Our latest research guides

Valentine’s Day, the History!

Puritan New England and "bundling"- a surprising historical look at romance in early colonial America...the history of Valentine's Day...fascinating glimpses into courtship practices in the 18th, 19th, and 20th/21st centuries of the United States...and more!  Visit BackStory Radio, by the American History Guys to learn more about this favorite American holiday in "Love Me Did: a History of Courtship."  … Continue reading Valentine’s Day, the History!

Resources for Black History Month

Check out the following resources for Black History Month: Library Resources: Library Catalog: Browse through our library catalog to find print & online books as well as popular DVDs on a wide variety of African-American and African heritage history topics and events. Oxford African American Studies Center: Database provides access to the three-volume Encyclopedia of … Continue reading Resources for Black History Month

National Health Care Debate – Web Resources

Looking to read up on the issues and policies fueling the national health care debate?  Then check out Shikha Sharma's Internet Resources guide in the September 2009 issue of ACRL's College & Research Libraries News. "This guide highlights free Web sites with data and information on issues relevant to the national health care debate, including health care … Continue reading National Health Care Debate – Web Resources