The Ellen Clarke Bertrand Library

FOUN 098 73: Public Trials in History: Getting Started

The Library: What's In It for You?

First and foremost, there are people here to help you!

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The library also has a wealth of non-human resources for you to use.

Library Resources

  • WorldCat: our library catalog, where you can find books, ebooks, DVDs, and other kinds of resources (library homepage, and any library guide)
  • Group Study Rooms: 10 rooms throughout the library that can be reserved for group or individual study (see the button on the library homepage)
  • Databases A-Z: an alphabetical list of subscription (and other) resources, which can be filtered by subject or type of resource
  • Library homepage: find library hours, borrow equipment, and find links to all the other resources mentioned here (and more!)

Borrowing Privileges

The Borrowing Privileges page tells you a little bit about what kinds of materials you can borrow from the library, and for how long. You will see information on the page about the following:

  • Course reserves
  • Equipment
  • Books (how many and for how long)
  • Videos/DVDs (how many and for how long)

What Questions Do You Still Have?

You can ask a question directly in the Padlet below. If you prefer, click the pop out button to go to the full-sized Padlet board to ask your question. Your question will be anonymous either way!

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Subject Librarian

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Jill Hallam-Miller
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Bertrand Library
Research Help Area Rm 109
Phone: 570.577.2055
Text the Library @ 570-487-3898
Office Hours: M-F by appointment

Did you know...?

We have games!

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And a 24-hour space!

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