‘ebooks’ Category

Faculty Course Reserves Info.

In following the guidelines/research of REALM (Reopening Archives, Libraries, and Museums) ALL materials (including course reserves) will be held in quarantine for a minimum of 3-days after patron use. If this time frame is unacceptable for your class use, please visit with your library liaison to find an alternate resource. If you are only using […]

Ebooks through EBooks Minnesota

  We are proud to announce that Ebooks Minnesota, a new ebook collection is available for Minnesota residents. Ebooks Minnesota is a joint collaboration between the University of Minnesota, The Office of Higher Education, and the Minnesota Department of Education. The collection is accessible through this link and information about access through apps (iTunes, Kindle, […]

In praise of print

Debates about ebooks vs. print have been happening ever since…well, ever since ebooks hit the market. While we aren’t anti-ebooks at the library, we are also cautious about how ebooks might impact student research and reading behaviors. (We’ve even done research about it!) Several scientific studies have investigated these questions as well. Mic.com has summarized […]