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New Leisure Books @ Hagerty

Submitted on February 8, 2011 - 3:22PM

Hagerty's leisure book collection has just gotten a big injection of new stuff. We ordered lots of books on the 'best of 2010' lists, and they're starting to arrive in droves. Miss a buzz worthy book during the year? Find it in Hagerty's leisure collection. All our new books are displayed on the first two shelves, so come on down and take a look at what's new. Don't have time to browse? Get a quick online glance at what's new, and then stop by to pick up just what you need. And if you don't see what you want, just wait, because there's more coming soon.

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Vote for New DVDs

Submitted on February 4, 2011 - 10:44PM

There are a lot of new DVDs on their way into Hagerty's leisure collection, but we're still planning on adding more. Take a look at our latest ballot of new DVD releases for the month of February. Make it known which ones you want to see added to the collection. DVDs with the most votes will be added to the next order. Vote here. Polling ends Thursday, February 17th. Want to see what we've got right now? Take a look! Still not sure what you want to see? Come on down to Hagerty and look at our new display area. We're showing off our new DVDs along with this month's theme: romance. Our new DVD display area is right by the doors to the Bookmark Cafe. Check it out whenever you're in the library. We'll be updating the display every few weeks.

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Q: What's New? A: ProQuest

Submitted on January 10, 2011 - 9:35PM

ProQuest Logo If you love ProQuest Research Library as much as we do, you are probably familiar with the trusty yellow and white interface we've all come to know and love. Well, get ready for a big change, because Proquest just got a big facelift. But it's not just it's looks that have changed. Now you can search across more databases at once, and you can more easily narrow your search with the tools at the right of your search results. Try some of the cool features in advanced search, like the Figures & Tables search when you need a graph. Get started by finding ProQuest Research Library under the Quick Links on the library homepage, or wherever you're used to finding it. If you're familiar with Summon, you'll be good to go on the new ProQuest platform, but if need the rundown, give us a shout and we'll help you get started. It only takes a couple of minutes to get the hang of it--and you'll be glad you did.

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