Eastern University Library
April 16, 2019 Spring, Issue 80
Bibliofile RE-INTRODUCING EAGLE SEARCH—NEW AND IMPROVED!
We’ve always had an Eagle Search box on our front page—but it recently got quite the update. Previously, our Eagle Search was hosted by Proquest’s Summon, and while it held a number of our resources, it was not as expansive as it could be. Now, Eagle Search is powered by Ebsco Discovery Service, or EDS. It acts as a single platform that gathers physical books, ebooks, journal articles, videos, newspaper articles and more that Warner Library has access to in one place. There is more coverage than before, and it works a great deal like Google, with the ease of a single search. In addition, research starters, encyclopedic entries created by EBSCO, may appear for certain searches, which can be accessed for general information. If applicable, our online research guides might appear in a special box within the results, for additional information related to your search. Also, save any PDF you find to Google Drive, OneDrive or Dropbox using the "Save PDF to Cloud" link. Any questions? Call us at 610-340-1777!
INSIDE THIS ISSUE De-Stress with Dogs ............. 2 From the Director’s Desk ..... 2 One-Button Studio ............... 3 Updates to RefWorks ………..3 Final Semester Reminders ... 4
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7TH ANNUAL DE-STRESS WITH DOGS: THURSDAY, MAY 2, 10AM TO 3PM Calling all dog lovers! It’s time for our 7th annual De-Stress with Dogs here in Warner Library! After the huge success of previous years, we’re bringing back our four-legged friends for the Eastern campus to enjoy. When? Thursday, May 2 from 10am-3pm. These dogs are certified from Therapy Dogs International (TDI) (https:// tdi-dog.org) and Alliance of Therapy Dogs (ATD) (https:// www.therapydogs.com). This is Arnold, one of the new pooches coming to the event!
This event is open to the entire Eastern community! So tak e some time to stop by, pet some lovable dogs and, most importantly, relieve some of that end-of-semester stress!
“When in doubt, go to the library.”
FROM THE DIRECTOR’S DESK By Jim Sauer, Director of University Library
The Love of Booklovers
Dr. Jim Sauer Director of University Library
Recently, I re-read a touching little book by Helene Hanff called 84, Charing Cross Road. It is an epistolary memoir of correspondence between herself and a bookstore worker, Frank Doel, at the address listed in the book’s title. The Philadelphia-born script writer Helene Hanff, while living in New York City, began ordering books from the stodgy London bookstore right after World War II. The letters are full of Helene’s American wit and effervescence in comparison to the British bookstore worker’s formal and professional manner. The comic interaction this creates is a joy. It is a love story not of personal romance, but of personal friendship. Books are the subtheme of the relationship. But the relationship that is generated goes beyond the individuals to Frank Doel’s fellow workers and family. Friendship, generosity, service, humor and some tragedy make this a wonderful book. You feel part of the discussions that go on about life and literature. People that love books are part of a special society that allows us to make friendships with people across all cultures, classes and denominations. To experience and appreciate a book is a great gift of God. I have listed as a sidebar on Page 4 the books ordered, mocked, appreciated and referred to in 84, Charing Cross Road. It is an eclectic reading list of books you may have read, want to read, never want to read or never heard of. But it does give you the picture of the readings of one booklover in post-War America. Continued on Page 4
ONE BUTTON STUDIO COMING THIS FALL! By Joy Dlugosz
Update to RefWorks
Through the efforts of the library, and with financial support from a fantastic Eastern University alumnus and donor, the One Button Studio will be ready for students to use this Fall semester.
Several new features and updates have been added to RefWorks over the past months:
What is a One Button Studio?
New Citation Style Languages have b een added, including foreign languages.
Publicly shared folders have en h anced spacing and indenting.
References exported from databases or discovery tools—like our new Eagle Search!— through proxy are now properly imported.
Users logged into RefWorks will not need to login during exporting.
The One Button Studio is a simplified video recording setup that can be used without any previous video production experience. The design of the studio allows you to create high-quality and polished video projects without having to know anything about lights and cameras. You only need to bring your flash drive with you and push the Enter button on a wireless keyboard. The One Button Studio solution drastically simplifies the video production workflow, eliminating several time-consuming steps. The end result is a studio experience that requires the bare minimum of time and effort while simultaneously providing a consistently highquality result packaged on a thumb drive in a standard format video file. The studio will be located on the upper level of the library in Room 333. Questions? Please contact Joy Dlugosz, Project Developer (firstname.lastname@example.org) What kinds of things can you do in a One Button Studio?
SOME FINAL REMINDERS FOR THE SEMESTER
Bibliofile Editor: Chelsea Post Contributor: James Sauer Email comments to email@example.com
Reserves and Textbooks All materials currently on Reserve will be removed on Friday, May 10. Faculty, please arrange to have your personal copies picked up by the following Friday (May 17). Also, before the semester ends, you might want to consider getting rid of any extra books in your offices, including textbooks, and donating them to the library. We’ll add what we need, and give the rest away to African mission works or Better World Books. Annual Survey Another survey has been sent out to help us gauge our services available at the library. Make sure to check your email for our survey link (sent 4/12), and we encourage you to take 5 minutes to complete it. Thank you! Questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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SIDEBAR FROM DIRECTOR’S DESK: AN ECLECTIC BOOK AND AUTHOR LIST OF HELENE HANNF Continued from Page 2 1. William Hazlitt 2. Robert Louis Stevenson 3. Leigh Hunt 4. Landor’s Imaginary Conversations 5. Aesop 6. Keats 7. Shelley 8. John Henry Newman, The Idea of a University 9. Thomas Wyatt 10. Ben Jonson 11. Quiller-Couch The Pilgrim’s Way 12. Sir Roger de Coverley Papers 13. Chesterfield’s Letter to His Son 14. Oliver Goldsmith 15. Addison and Steele 16. Ellery Queen 17. Pepy’s Diary 18. Hilare Belloc 19. Isaak Walton’s Lives 20. Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice 21. Horace
22. Sappho 23. Catullus 24. George Bernard Shaw 25. Tristam Shandy 26. Hemingway, For Whom the Bell Tolls 27. De Tocqueville, Democracy in America 28. Plato’s Dialogues 29. Kenneth Grahame’s Wind in the Willows 30. Essays of Elia—Lamb 31. Johnson on Shakespeare 32. Canterbury Tales—Chaucer 33. Beowulf 34. William Blake 35. John Donne 36. Virginia Woolf 37. Milton 38. E. M. Delafield’s Diary of a Provincial Lady
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