Storage, fast access, electronic books present some advantages the Library has been offering students and faculty for a few years. We’ve now surpassed the 500,000 e-book landmark. Thanks to our policy of emphasizing e-book purchasing, to the big efforts made by AUP and to the great advantages of belonging to consortia like AMICAL and Couperin, we have all that at our finger tips.
E-books can also be a valuable, educational tool for classes. But do we know how to use and manage the e-book collections to our advantage? Getting used to a new way of reading, as well as navigating different resources platforms, might appear tricky.
But not for long! The team of Reference Librarians is inviting you to two open house sessions this semester during which we will showcase our most popular collections and dedicate time to show the collection(s) of your interest.
Please register using the following link: http://doodle.com/f2u8c97mvms8azxp
Add your name and times you are available – we will choose the two time slots according to the greatest number of registered people. Official times will be announced at a later date. You may also add a comment for any specific e-book collection you’d like to learn about.
These sessions are for Faculty, but if you are a student and wish to familiarize yourself with our e-books collections – or any other resources – please feel free to ask for help by filling in the following form: Ask for help form.