New entertainment available at library or on CEU Internet site

Posted Thursday, November 15, 2007 - 12:00am

The library staff announces new audio books on CD available for check-out have been purchased. Some of the new titles include the following: World without end by Ken Follett, Bridge of sighs by Richard Russo, Dark of the moon by Jon Sandford, Playing for Pizza by John Grisham, Pontoon by Garrison Keillor, You've been warne by James Patterson, The Gift by Richard Paul Evans, Oedipus the King by Sophocles, Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows by J.K. Rowling, Sounds like Om by Dick de Ruiter, This I believe: personal stories of remarkable people, Angels fall by Nora Roberts, High noon by Nora Roberts, Choice by Nicholas Sparks, and Eragon by Christopher Paolini

Please note that the library has purchased the audio version of three popular books at CEU by Stephenie Meyers: New Moon, Twilight and Eclipse. If any of the titles are not available when visiting the library, add your name to the waiting list located at the front circulation desk.

The library also added new DVDs to the collection: The Noel Coward collection (9 DVD's with 7 full length plays, 6 dramatized short stories & 6 radio plays)/ Iraq for sale: the war profiteers / Algebra 1 (Great courses in Science & Math) / Algebra 2 (Great courses in Science & Math)/Basic Math (Great courses in Science & Math)/Best practices for your website /John Marshall, citizen, statesman, jurist /Legal survival skills for the modern manager /World of dogs basic dog training/ World of dogs breaking bad habits/ World of dogs puppy care /Ken Burn's The War /Antigone /Oedipus Rex.

Please note the library has purchased Ken Burn's documentary The War which recently aired on local PBS stations.

When you can't make it into the library for a book, the library has thousands of electronic books via two academic library services, NetLibrary and ebrary. Both of these services are available from the library homepage at http://library.ceu.edu/. E-brary is accessible only on campus, while NetLibrary is available off campus with a previously established account.

Questions on how to access several subscription databases such as EBSCOhost from off campus, can be easily answered by two new links on the library homepage. Users may move the cursor over a multi-media presentation for directed audio instructions, or if you prefer to do your own reading, there is a link on the library homepage with step by step instructions for remote access to the databases. Please note that the CEU Library closes for the Thanksgiving holiday on Thursday, Nov 22 - Monday, Nov 26. Remote access to several subscription databases and electronic books may be a great help if you plan to work on research papers over the holiday break.

For further information on these or any other questions related to library resources please drop by the CEU Library or call us at 613-5328.

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