We are excited to announce that popular ebooks are now easily available on any device with Overdrive and the reading app Libby. With just your MyReynolds login, you can borrow from the digital collection for free by downloading Libby, the reading app from Overdrive, or visiting https://reynoldslibraries.overdrive.com/ Libby seamlessly connects first-time users and experienced readers … Continue reading Popular eBooks now available with Overdrive!
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
Beginning 12/18/2019, the Kanopy video streaming resource now only allows unlimited streaming for the titles that the library has paid an annual license for. The previous model of unlimited streaming for all titles was not financially sustainable. We are hopeful that the new model still allows easy access to the most highly demanded and requested … Continue reading Changes to Kanopy Video Streaming
We are excited to officially launch our updated website! After receiving feedback from students, faculty, and staff, the library site was updated to create a better user experience. The new site makes navigating easier by having a persistent menu bar with all library links available no matter where you are on the site: We've also … Continue reading Updated Library Website is live!
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
We are excited to now offer digital magazines through Flipster! You can access, browse, and read digital magazines on your computer, tablet, or phone. It's easy to get started: just visit the Flipster page and click a magazine title to immediately start reading in your browser from on campus. If you're off campus, you will … Continue reading Introducing Flipster Digital Magazines!
We are happy to introduce Kanopy video streaming to the Reynolds community! Kanopy provides access to one of the most unique collections of films in the world – including award-winning documentaries, training films and theatrical releases – on every topic imaginable. They also have a significant number of art-house and indie films. Total, there are over 26,000 films … Continue reading Introducing Kanopy video streaming!
Did you miss the New York Comic Con this year? Are you going to the Virginia Comic Con in Richmond at the end of October? Get help choosing your Fandom at the Library. We have DVDs of The Avengers, X-men, The Hobbit, Star Trek, Star Wars, etc. along with many Anime DVDs. We also have … Continue reading Find your Fandom at the Library
Denise Woetzel, Reference/Information Literacy Librarian at Reynolds Community College and Helen McKann, Librarian at John Tyler Community College attended the joint VCCS World Languages Peer Group / FLAVA (Foreign Language Association of Virginia) Conference in Williamsburg on September 26 to promote the VCCS Libraries many world language resources. Over 700 foreign language instructors from across the … Continue reading Los bibliotecarios participan de la conferencia lenguas extranjeras
Think art can only be found in museums? Think again! The Google Street Art Project showcases and preserves dynamic outdoor art from around the world. See the outsider art—much of it illegal—before it disappears. The Google Street Art Project allows users to: Locate outdoor art in the wild with Google map integration Search by map, … Continue reading Google Street Art Project: More than Graffiti