As devices like the iPhone become more ubiquitous, Boyce Centennial Library is committed to implementing better mobile search interfaces. We’re pleased to announce the availability today of a mobile search interface for five EBSCO databases: Academic Search Premier, Christian Periodical Index, E-Journals, Old Testament Abstracts, and New Testament Abstracts. From this interface one, several, or all of these databases can be searched. A link to the mobile interface has been added to our new mobile devices page and the alphabetical list of all databases. The new mobile interface features basic searching, html and pdf full text articles, emailing articles, multi-database searching, and image viewing. Next time you’re in line somewhere with your mobile device, try out the EBSCO mobile interface and use that time for research.
If you are working on a research project and not sure where to look to find resources, try out our live, online research assistance. Throughout the day, library research staff are available online to chat about your research needs and help you get the most out of our library resources.
Over the past year, the library has dramatically expanded its computing services department, adding nearly 30 new workstations, upgrading the wireless network, and implementing a new printing/copying solution. Today, we updated our website with a link to Library Computing Services (LCS) to provide more information on what computing services are available in the library and how to use them. In addition, there is now a page on our website where you can email library technical support staff if you are having computer problems or difficulty printing.« Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Next »