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Libraries Welcome New Coordinator!

Tamara Remhof The Library is pleased to welcome Tamara Remhof as Germanna’s new Library Coordinator. She comes to us from Texas A&M University, where she served as the head of Technical Services. She has over 15-years of librarian experience and about 10 years of library management experience. She has a Master Degree in Library Science and another in Education Technology. Welcome aboard Tamara!

Posted August 26, 2014

Materials Request Form Available

It's now easier than every to recommend an item or resource be purchased for the Library's collection! Simply submit a Materials Request Form to have your suggestion considered for purchase.

Posted August 6,2014

New Library Tutorials Available

The library is creating new tutorials to help you learn how to use our resources. Our newest tutorial, Library Database Basics, will help you learn some effective search strategies to use to find scholarly resources for your assignments.

Posted April 15,2014

Library Instruction Request Now Available Online

Requesting library instruction has never been easier. Faculty members can now request information literacy based instruction from a Librarian online using the new online request form.

Posted January 6, 2014

Updated Course Reserve Guidelines

Are you a faculty member who uses the Library's Course Reserve service to make required readings available to your students? Learn more about the Library's Course Reserve Guidelines here.

Posted January 6, 2014

ePrintIt Available

Germanna is now using ePrintIt for all of your printing needs. ePrintIt kiosks are available one the first and second floors of the FAC Library, and near the library at LGC and DTC. Learn more about ePrintIt here.

Posted January 6, 2014

New Acquisitions List Available Online

The New Acquisitions List is back by popular demand! For a list of our newest titles, check out this new and improved new acquisitions list. Stay tuned for new updates every two months.

Posted October 2013