Monday, February 15, 2021

Winter Snowstorm - Ask-A-Librarian , Course Reserves and Other Library Services

Photo: Campus Housing, Winter 2021 snowstorm
Dearly beloved LPTS community,

Ask a Librarian – chat online with a librarian – is available Mon – Fri – 8:30 am – 5 pm.

The Course Etextbooks Excel workbook has been updated to reflect the new course, PW 3203 African American Prophetic Teaching by Prof. McCormack. It was sent by email and if you lost the email/Excel sheet be aware that the etextbooks links are also in 1) CAMS, 2) on the public Google Sheet, and 3) Course Etextbooks/ Reserves (via Morgan/catalog).

A Course Reserves Video by Jill shows the easiest way to access course etextbooks:

The library building and its collections remain closed. With Much Love, the library portal-blog is our virtual door, providing 24/7 remote access to research databases. Additionally, Book Hub, i.e. print book borrowing from the library’s circulating collections and the student lending library, scanning, Laptop/MacBook borrowing, Library instruction sessions for classes - faculty and students as well - by Zoom, may all be requested and scheduled using the forms on the portal.

Looking out this morning, I saw our thin-place campus even more beautiful covered in snow, and I remembered Kahlil Gibran’s Kindness is like snow. It beautifies everything it covers. 

May the rest of our winter days and beyond be full of kindnesses. Blessings!