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Read the Spring 2017 issue of Plough Library's The Same Page newsletter (PDF).


New EBSCO eBook Reference Titles

This month, Plough Library acquired several new EBSCO ebook reference titles on a variety of subjects. These new titles listed below and over 70,000 other ebooks are available in EBSCO eBooks . Crime and Punishment in America: An Encyclopedia of Trends and Controversies in the Justice System Science Fiction and Futurism Food, Feasts, and Faith: An Encyclopedia of Food Culture in World Religions Sports in America From Colonial Times to the Twenty-First Century: An... Read More
Posted by Deborah Babb at May 31 | 0 comments

Summer Library Hours

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Posted by Deborah Babb at May 30 | 0 comments

Extended Hours for Finals

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Posted by Deborah Babb at Apr 24 | 0 comments

Easter Break Hours

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Posted by Deborah Babb at Apr 10 | 0 comments

Sustain-a-Book Contest 2017

Plough Library's repurposed book art contest, Sustain-a-Book , is back for spring 2017. Transform an old, worn-out book into something decorative or functional, or both. If you make something spectacular, you may win one of four $50 prizes (see categories below). In addition, all entrants will be entered into a drawing for a bicycle from Revolutions Bicycle Co-op. This year's prize categories are: Theme of Sustainability : how well the work relates to sustainability. ... Read More
Posted by Deborah Babb at Apr 9 | 0 comments

New Resource - Credo Issue Briefs

For students looking for background information when writing research papers, we now have access to Issue Briefs , a collection of articles available in the Credo Reference database. Going beyond the headlines, Issue Briefs dig deeply into issues to explain their relevance in the modern world and expose both sides of the story. Providing a valuable source of current context for students performing research, articles are reviewed by an editorial board of seasoned journalism... Read More
Posted by Deborah Babb at Feb 27 | 0 comments