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C.O.D. Library Blog
Archive for June, 2010
Every so often, I get asked about the location of the closest fax machine on campus. You may be surprised to know that the Library does not have a public fax machine. However, no need to panic. There are options.
- Head downstairs to Follett’s bookstore. They offer this service for a fee.
- Consider scanning your document in the Library and sending it online for FREE. Note that you will need to have an email address in order to do this.
- Only have the phone number? Try using an online faxing service. Options are reviewed here.
As always, don’t hesitate to ask us for help.
–Christine “an occasional faxer” Kickels
You must be traveling to far places this week due to the number of questions about audiobooks.
Here is what we have been telling people. One, the Library is home to thousands of titles, but for our audiobook fans, we have pulled together a collection of approximately 900 titles just for you. Find that collection on the upper floor of the library. Two, an online list, including titles found throughout the Library, can be found here. Three, checkout period is three weeks just like most of our books.
Happy hunting for your perfect title. If you find a great “listen”, let us know.
Currently listening to Eat, Pray, Love: One Women’s Search for Everything across Italy, India and Indonesia
In these first weeks of class, you may wonder if the Library has your textbook. You can always search by title, but an easier way and more accurate way is to use the ISBN (International Standard Book Number).
ISBN’s are usually a 13 digit number found on the back of the book. Some faculty include them on the syllabus as well.
Want to see if the Library has your book? Try our ISBN search . No spaces or dashes needed.
Have a great summer term!